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Deciding what to teach given limited time and resources can be a daunting challenge. Thankfully, a number of excellent resources for developing a high-quality SMT curriculum are already available from respected bodies of experts. Remember, though, that a change in curriculum can be jarring, especially for teachers. As you contemplate trying something different, make sure you include them in the process, using sound methods of community engagement. Be sure that teacher training and assessment align with any changes made to the curriculum.

  • How do students best learn science, mathematics, and technology?
  • What is the current debate about math curricula about?
  • What is a good approach to improving technology education?
  • What is the school board’s role in designing and assessing SMT curricula?
  • What questions should we ask to ensure that our current or proposed SMT curricula are good enough?
  • How are other districts approaching curricula questions?

How do students best learn science, mathematics, and technology?

What is a good approach to improving technology education?

What is the school board’s role in designing and assessing SMT curricula?

What questions should we ask to ensure that our current or proposed SMT curricula are good enough?

How are other districts addressing curricula questions?




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