Curriculum Writing Skills
Teachers will join your school or district with a variety of knowledge and skills in curriculum writing. Consider what knowledge these teachers will need in order to maintain the school’s curriculum progress, as well as areas of future professional development that will build capacity as a group. Popular beginning of the year topics include:
- Benefits of documenting a school’s curriculum
- Understanding your unit template (Style Guide)
- Using standards to unpack content and student objectives
- Unit vs lesson level writing and supporting processes within the school
For a complete list of virtual topics, check out our website. Looking for an onsite day? Let us know and we can build an agenda that meets your school’s specific needs.
By including technical Atlas training and curriculum writing skills to your new teacher orientation activities, you can ensure your new-to-Atlas users are ready to step into your school’s existing curriculum processes and continue the work forward!
Once your teachers that are new to Atlas are using the platform as an effective tool, the focus turns to building and strengthening a more robust, interconnected curriculum, supported by continuous review cycles. We are ready to work alongside you as a partner and curriculum consultant, thinking through processes and larger scale curriculum initiatives. Have a great year everyone!