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Tools

There’s quite a bit to be done when working through curriculum, instruction, and assessment. Please feel free to use our tools for district-wide goal-setting or our pre-made checklists to keep yourself and your staff on track.

 

Tools for Setting District-Wide Goals

Evaluation of Curriculum Management Processes

If you could use some help assessing your districtwide curriculum management process use this evaluation, set up as a rubric,  as a guide to see where your needs may be the most pressing.

District Assessment Placemat

This “placemat” serves as a worksheet to begin the process of identifying which assessments are essential and should be included in your district assessment system. We also offer a workshop dedicated to this topic and welcome the opportunity to talk about how we can help you meet this state requirement.

Long-Range Plan Template

A major challenge educators face when beginning a new process is to show their staff that it will not be an endeavor that will be replaced in the next year or two. Our long-range plan allows your team to set curriculum, instruction, and assessment goals for the next ten years. Be sure to weigh factors such as data, fiscal plans, and historical allocations of funding and effort.

 

Checklists

Beginning the Year Checklist

Includes regular curriculum, instruction, and assessments tasks for the Curriculum Coordinating Council (CCC), Subject Area Committees (SAC), all teachers, and district office and building principals.

Checklist for Administrators

Sometimes administrators are unable to serve as members of the Curriculum Coordinating Council (CCC) or on a Subject Area  Committee (SAC). In these cases, it is important to remember that their assistance in the curriculum development process is essential. The following checklist details what all administrators should be doing within each year of the CLI Model.

End of the Year Checklist

Includes end-of-year tasks for the Curriculum Coordinating Council (CCC), Subject Area Committees (SAC), teachers, and district office and building principals. It may be used to ensure the wrap-up of all curriculum, instruction, and assessment tasks, but may also be used as an opportunity to celebrate the great work that has been accomplished throughout the year!