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How School Leaders Approach Curriculum Mapping

May 7, 2021

Learn how school leaders work through curriculum mapping in their own schools ranging from public to private institutions.

We are joined by proactive leaders who take the pedagogy of curriculum and apply them within their schools. Learn what practical and actionable steps you should be considering when starting a curriculum project.

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Mike Hummel
Mike HummelPrincipal, Mount Union Area School District
Lisa DiGaudio
Lisa DiGaudioDirector of Curriculum & Instruction, New Dawn Charter Schools
Jennifer Mitchell
Jennifer MitchellAssistant Superintendent, Hollidaysburg Area School District
Kathleen Gavin
Kathleen GavinAssistant Superintendent, Oak Lawn-Howntown SD 123
Tiffany Ferreira
Tiffany FerreiraCurriculum Liaison, The Regis School

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