Developed for district leaders, curriculum directors, principals, and teacher leaders, this book shows how to lead a collaborative and sustainable curriculum mapping initiative.
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About the Author
Janet Hale is an educational consultant and trainer who is passionate about supporting educators in making curriculum decisions that ensure, enhance, and enrich learning and teaching experiences. She works with schools, districts, and higher-ed programs in the areas of curriculum, instruction, and assessment. She specializes in curriculum mapping; standards literacy and alignment; and documenting learning.
Her Masters in educational leadership and curriculum development; elementary, secondary, and special education classroom experiences; and working alongside teachers and administrators for over 20 years enable Janet to provide unique insights that aid the learning organizations she has the pleasure of assisting.
She has written an assortment of educational resources, including three titles for Corwin, and enjoys presenting at national and international conferences.
Janet resides in Tucson, Arizona, with her husband, Johnny, and their four-legged Schnauzer children. Visit Janet’s consulting website: CurriculumDecisions.com and documenting learning website: documenting4learning.com. You can follow her on Twitter @janet_hale, as well as @doc4learning. She can be contacted via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 520.241.8797.
Table of ContentsList of FiguresForeword by Heidi Hayes JacobsPrefaceAcknowledgmentsAbout the Authors1. What Shifts in Thinking Are Imperative for Collaborative Curriculum Mapping? Collaborative Curriculum Design Conclusion Review Questions2. What Are Critical Considerations for Curriculum Mapping Leadership? Defining Leadership Administrative Leadership Considerations Establishing Vision, Mission, and Action Plans Conclusion Review Questions3. What Should District Administrators Consider to Support Teacher Leadership? District Administrator Positions Districtwide Administrative Support Conclusion Review Questions4. What Should Curriculum Directors Consider to Support Teacher Leadership? Curriculum Positions Curriculum Considerations Teachers as Learners Conclusion Review Questions5. What Should Principals Consider to Support Teacher Leadership? Building Trust and Teacher Leadership Curriculum Responsibilities Not Just Making Maps - Using Maps Conclusion Review Questions6. What Do Professional Development Administrative Maps Look Like? Professional Development Maps: Quality Map Writing Professional Development Map Month Samples Conclusion Review Questions7. What Do Professional Roles Administrative Maps Look Like? Writing Professional Roles Administrative Maps Conclusion Review QuestionsAppendix A: What Are Considerations for Developing Systemic Unit Names?Appendix B: Officer Foundations of the United States Marine Corps: Leadership Traits and Leadership PrinciplesReferencesIndex