Curriculum and Lesson Planning – Hybrid

Curriculum and Lesson Planning – Hybrid

Lesson planning can seem overwhelming for a new teacher and for a more experienced teacher, it can be hard to keep it fresh. This course will deliver step by step instructions on taking either boxed curriculum or your own ideas and turning them into a written lesson plan. The process is broken down into easy to follow steps and a multitude of ideas are given for themes and categories. This hybrid course is finished by completing two lesson plans on your own. The course provides a simple means for you to submit your lesson plans for assessment. Course length  – 4.0 hours.
The course answers the following questions:
  • What is quality curriculum?
  • Are lesson plans necessary?
  • What does developmentally appropriate mean?
  • What is a theme and how is one used in the development of curriculum and lesson plans?
  • Is boxed curriculum necessary? Is it useful?
  • What categories should I use on my lesson plans?
  • How can I break down lesson planning into manageable steps?

 

Participants who successfully complete this course will be able to:
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the term “developmentally appropriate practice”.
  • Demonstrate the ability to choose developmentally appropriate themes and activities for their age group.
  • Demonstrate the ability to prepare developmentally appropriate lesson plans for their age group.

 

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