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Discussion Assignment Two During this course, you will participate in six graded Discussions. Discussions give you an opportunity to reflect

Discussion Assignment Two

During this course, you will participate in six graded Discussions. Discussions give you an
opportunity to reflect upon, process, and elaborate on the Learn section material. A thread
addressing the discussion prompt (at least 400 words).

Each thread must contain at least two peer-reviewed references, one Scripture reference, and
must be at least 400 words. Current APA format is required for citations, and a reference list in
current APA format is required at the conclusion of each thread. You must also use proper
grammar as outlined in the APA manual.

When writing your thread, consider and address each of the following questions:

• How do you define curriculum?
• How does curriculum differ from instruction?
• Who is responsible for curriculum development?
• What are the responsibilities of a curriculum designer?
• What challenges do designers face in a school and/or from external groups?
• How should a Christian approach curriculum design?

Required Resources

Brown, P. C., Roediger III, H. L., & McDaniel, M. A. (2014). Make it stick. Cambridge, MA:
Harvard University Press. ISBN: 9780674729018

Lalor, A. D. M. (2016). Ensuring high-quality curriculum: How to design, revise, or adopt
curriculum aligned to student success. ASCD. ISBN: 9781416622796

McTighe, J. & Willis, J. (2019). Upgrade your teaching: Understanding by design meets
neuroscience. ASCD. ISBN: 9781416627340

Stern, J.H., Ferraro, K.F., & Mohnkern, J. (2017). Tools for teaching conceptual understanding,
secondary: Designing lessons and assessments for deep learning. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage
Publishers. ISBN: 9781506355702

Wiggins, G.P. & McTighe, J. (2005). Understanding by design. Alexandria, VA: ASCD. ISBN:
9781416600350

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