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How to Design Virtual and In-Person Instructional Plans that Engage Your Students

April 29, 2021

It’s time to start thinking about curriculum mapping for the next school year. In this series of webinars, where Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs & Dr. Marie Alcock will help you unpack standards, craft learning targets that engage students, and personalize your curriculum and instruction for the upcoming school year.

As we start planning for a new school year, how might we think differently about what students need? Will “learning loss” drive us to place our students on the same old treadmill, adjusted for their starting points and speeds? Or can we be more deliberate in planning a streamlined curriculum and hybrid lesson planning, that encourages students to dive deep into the things that are most important? What do we cut? Keep? Create? Watch all three webinars with Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs and Dr. Marie Alcock to learn about these topics.

Whether you’re part of a seasoned curriculum team, a team with limited experience, or even a district superintendent, this webinar series is for you.

In this webinar, we’ll cover:
  • Learn how to design lessons for virtual and on-site learning

  • Understand how to group learners and curate engaging activities

  • Support students with different kinds of instructional plans

Speaker Details

Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs
Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs
Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs is the founder and president of Curriculum Designers. Dr. Jacobs provides professional services to schools, organizations, and agencies to create modern learning environments, upgrade curriculum, and support teaching strategies to meet the needs of contemporary learners for over 30 years. Her models on curriculum mapping and curriculum design have been featured in 13+ books and software solutions throughout the world.
Dr. Marie Alcock
Dr. Marie Alcock
Dr. Marie Alcock is the founder and president of Learning Systems Associates (LSA). Dr. Alcock has spent the last 25 years working in public and private education as a teacher, administrator, and public advocate. She has written 10+ books on the areas of curriculum, instruction, and assessment design. Her focus has been working with schools to improve student motivation, student achievement, multi-purpose mapping, instructional practices, utilization of digital tools in schools, and building summative and formative assessments.
Kynan Gallagher
Kynan Gallagher
Kynan Gallagher is Product Manager at Chalk, where he works with teachers and education leaders to create solutions focused on planning, organizing and analyzing curriculum. He has several years experience supporting hundreds of schools across the world in getting their curriculum mapping projects underway.

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