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Leveraging Curriculum Storyboards to be an Equitable and Inclusive Experience of Belonging

Once the curriculum storyboard is designed, it can now be a powerful message to intentionally show students that although we, as teachers, have defined the focus of the story and learning targets of our units, we are now inviting them to partner with us to consider a variety of ways they may take action to learn and show us how they are giving meaning to the work.

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Curriculum Storyboards are Designed to Engage Our Learners

How do the core components of curriculum storyboard connect with UDL principles? How do those connections influence our designs? This is the first post of a 3-part series exploring the relationship between curriculum storyboards and Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

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Greshma Momaya’s Streamlining the Curriculum Takeaways

It makes an author’s heart beam when engaging in conversation with someone who really was moved by something you wrote. Greshma Momaya shared her takeaways from Streamlining the Curriculum, describing our book to be “essential reading for all educators in India.”

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Awakening the Innate Storyteller

What does a great story teller have in common with a great teacher? The ability to explain, entice, provoke curiosity and mystery to invite you

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ChatGPT and Curriculum Writing: Letting AI Be Your Thought Partner

When it comes to curriculum writing, AI can be a useful tool and thought partner. Kristina Fulton, a Curriculum and Instruction Specialist at Lancaster-Lebanon IU13 in Pennsylvania, leveraged ChatGPT when drafting a Curriculum Storyboard for Grade 7 Mathematics.

When Students Become the Heroes of the Curriculum Story

Our hope is that engagement with the curriculum is an opportunity for learners to discover more about who they are as learners, what talents and strengths are being developed, and what they continue to wonder about.

Leveraging Curriculum Storyboards to be an Equitable and Inclusive Experience of Belonging

Once the curriculum storyboard is designed, it can now be a powerful message to intentionally show students that although we, as teachers, have defined the focus of the story and learning targets of our units, we are now inviting them to partner with us to consider a variety of ways they may take action to learn and show us how they are giving meaning to the work.

Curriculum Storyboards are Designed to Engage Our Learners

How do the core components of curriculum storyboard connect with UDL principles? How do those connections influence our designs? This is the first post of a 3-part series exploring the relationship between curriculum storyboards and Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

Greshma Momaya’s Streamlining the Curriculum Takeaways

It makes an author’s heart beam when engaging in conversation with someone who really was moved by something you wrote. Greshma Momaya shared her takeaways from Streamlining the Curriculum, describing our book to be “essential reading for all educators in India.”

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