Relational Curriculum Making in the Secondary Classroom (ECUR 325.3)

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ECUR 325 12 January 2017 Jay Wilson (primary instructor)
ECUR 325 14 January 2017 Jay Wilson (primary instructor)
ECUR 325 16 January 2017 Jay Wilson (primary instructor)
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ECUR 325 12 January 2016 Jay Wilson (primary instructor)
ECUR 325 14 January 2016 Jay Wilson (primary instructor)
ECUR 325 16 January 2016 Jay Wilson (primary instructor)
ECUR 325 88 January 2016 Gail MacKay (primary instructor)
ECUR 325 S1 January 2016 Leora James (primary instructor)
ECUR 325 S2 January 2016 Brennan Dunbar (primary instructor)
ECUR 325 S3 January 2016 Bonita Janzen (primary instructor)
ECUR 325 S4 January 2016 Bradley Schoenfeld (primary instructor)
ECUR 325 S5 January 2016 Jay Wilson (primary instructor)
ECUR 325 S6 January 2016 Gail MacKay (primary instructor)

Description

Curriculum-making is an intentional act of organizing, designing, developing, and assessing outcomes of learning experiences in subject areas. Curriculum is made through the interaction of educators, learners, contexts and subject matters, including ELA, Social Studies, Mathematics, Technology, PAA, Sciences, Fine Arts and Physical Education. Considerations for planning, intellectual practice, assessment, and building learning experiences will be aspects of this course, including a focus on lesson and unit planning for literacy across the curriculum (with specific attention to the classroom actualization of resources by Aboriginal authors).

Prerequisite(s)

EDUC 311 or ECUR 320.

Note

Students with credit for EDUC 314 will not receive credit for this course.

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