Share your schools curriculum?

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  1. Kak2016

    Kak2016 New Member

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    I'm not sure if this is against any school policies, so if I am asking someone to break a law, it is not intentional and please don't! :)

    I'm a current college student and my professors are always talking about district curriculum. I know we look at it for lesson plans and instruction. Would someone mind posting a picture or some details about their curriculum? I want to see how detailed it is. I have looked at state standards but i dont feel like they are very specific as far as content taught (where i live, oklahoma, we use PASS standards. So, i would greatly appreciate it!
     
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    czacza Multitudinous

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    NJ uses common core standards.
     
  4. gr3teacher

    gr3teacher Phenom

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    Curriculum is very different from standards. The standards are the benchmarks you're expected to meet. The curriculum is how you are going to get there. Two teachers can teach the same standards using very different curriculum.

    With that said... my district doesn't allow for posting of curricula. Sorry.
     
  5. K-5_teacherguy

    K-5_teacherguy Companion

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    In Ohio we also use the common core.
     
  6. Go Blue!

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    Curriculum: English teachers use Springboard, which is made by the College Board; Math use Carnegie Learning; MS Science use SEPUP; and MS SS use TCI's Alive! series.

    This is not standard across my district, but SEPUP and TCI's Alive! series are pretty common here. Springboard is becoming more popular in grades 6-12.
     
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    ku_alum Aficionado

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    Our standards are Common Core

    Our curriculum is up to the teacher as long as standards are being addressed.

    Google: NY Engage Curriculum - you will find a Common Core-based curriculum there.
     

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