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Applying curriculum theory to classroom reality of K-12 classrooms

Practical and engaging, this book contains 21 case studies that help students apply curriculum theory to classroom reality. Each case is authored by an in-service teacher, reflecting on ways to improve instruction by making changes to various aspects of the curriculum. These real-life examples investigate up-to-date curricular issues ranging from accountability in education to curriculum design, implementation, and evaluation, school reform, pedagogy, and decision making in diverse educational settings.

Key Features

Consistent formatting- Each case follows the same structure and includes proposed/actual solutions and expected/observed outcomes, allowing readers to compare their solutions to those in the text- leading to reflective, data-driven decision making; Points to Ponder- Open-ended questions invite readers to further elaborate on how the solution proposed by the practitioner may impact additional curricular levels; Text Boxes-Brief background information related to each cases provides a context for analysis

Using Assessment and Student Interest Data to Inform Differentiated Instruction in an Inclusive Classroom
Using assessment and student interest data to inform differentiated instruction in an inclusive classroom
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