What is Curriculum Design? - Quiz & Worksheet


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What does it mean to see the big picture in curriculum design?

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1. Why is scheduling, such as creating a planning grid, relevant to curriculum design?

2. What should a teacher do when students' behavior disrupts her or his carefully designed curriculum?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Curriculum design is used in schools all over the world, so figure out what you understand about its characteristics by taking the quiz and using the worksheet. The practice questions ask you to correctly identify the purpose and tactics that can be implemented to successfully design curriculum.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The assessment will test you on the answer identification for these concepts:

  • Addressing student behavior that interferes with the design of the curriculum
  • Backward design
  • Resources to aid in curriculum design
  • The relationship between curriculum design and scheduling

Skills Practiced

See if you can perfect these skills while you use the worksheet and quiz materials:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you can draw the most important information about the characteristics for curriculum design from the related lesson
  • Making connections - access your knowledge about curriculum design to understand the concept of keeping your eye on the big picture
  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge of curriculum design to solve a classroom behavior problem
  • Defining key concepts - verify that you can accurately define backward design

Additional Learning

Interested in diving deeper into this topic? Augment your learning by reviewing the accompanying lesson called What is Curriculum Design? The following objectives will be met in the lesson:

  • Differentiate between lesson planning and curriculum design
  • Define the purpose of a planning grid
  • Understand the importance of educational collaboration