The focus will be to familiarize teachers with essential components of the new curriculum, including Big Ideas, Essential Questions, Learning Objectives, Enduring Understandings, and Essential Knowledge. Course pacing, required components of a course syllabus, and approaches to guiding student-based research will be covered.
We will review the new image set and examine how these will be used in the exam, as well as how teachers may include images beyond the image set. Participants will research artworks from the Image Set. Electronic versions will be shared with all participants. We will look at tailoring teaching practices to generate specified student achievement goals, textbook assessment, and adapting existing teaching materials to fit the new curriculum.
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