Hand-in-Hand: Curriculum and Instruction

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With a goal of assisting educators across the nation, this series will examine not only the issues around the Common Core Standards but also the daily issues of their implementation. Where appropriate, issues unique to distance education will be called out as well as those affecting traditional face-to-face education.


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Common Core Part 4 - Implementing the Standards

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With a goal of assisting educators across the nation, this series will examine not only the issues around the Common Core Standards but also the daily issues of their implementation. Where appropriate, issues unique to distance education will be called out as well as those affecting traditional face-to-face education.


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With a goal of assisting educators across the nation, this series will examine not only the issues around the Common Core Standards but also the daily issues of their implementation. Where appropriate, issues unique to distance education will be called out as well as those affecting traditional face-to-face education.


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With a goal of assisting educators across the nation, this series will examine not only the issues around the Common Core Standards but also the daily issues of their implementation. Where appropriate, issues unique to distance education will be called out as well as those affecting traditional face-to-face education.


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With a goal of assisting educators across the nation, this series will examine not only the issues around the Common Core Standards but also the daily issues of their implementation. Where appropriate, issues unique to distance education will be called out as well as those affecting traditional face-to-face education.


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Centralized Curriculum and Academic Freedom

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Are academic freedom and centralized curriculum diametrically opposed?


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Technology skills are necessary for student success. So, where do they fit in a bulging and overloaded curriculum?


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Are Rigor and Quantity Synonymous?

By Timothy Gehle – 6 Comments

Some interpret rigor to mean quantity: the longer the papers, the more rigorous the course. Is this really the right definition of academic rigor?


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