Curriculum Mapping

Curriculum and Instruction is the cornerstone of any successful educational program. Research indicates that student access to aligned curriculum, appropriate instructional materials, and grade level standards-based instruction taught by highly-qualified, effective teachers leads to increased student academic achievement.  “Curriculum Mapping” serves as the foundation for providing the evidence for the written, taught, reinforced and tested model of curriculum management.

 A Two Part Curriculum Mapping Process & Format

 Part 1- TPS Curriculum Map & Syllabus Approach

  • A “Teacher/Parent/Student-Friendly” (TPS) mapping and syllabus approach
  • The syllabus to be posted on webpage (as well as sent home) for all parties to refer to regarding scope and sequence of the course or grade-level instruction

Part 2 – Unit Curriculum Map

  • A detail document of each “Unit of Study” found in the TPS Map/syllabus
  • This unit map incorporates information regarding:
    • Chapter/Resources Utilized
    • Content/Concepts
    • Skills or Learning Objectives
    • Student Assessments or Tests
    • Projected Week or Timeline (Subjected to Changes & Optional)

Workshops & Sessions

One-Day Session

  • Introduction of the objectives of curriculum mapping along with utilizing the template formatting process.

Three-Day Sessions

  • Introduction of the function and objectives of curriculum mapping along with utilizing the template formatting process.
  • Implementing the Part 1 – TPS/Syllabus Curriculum Mapping
  • Implementing the Part 2 – Unit Curriculum Mapping

Five-Day Sessions

  • Introduction of the function and objectives of curriculum mapping along with utilizing the template formatting process.
  • Implementing the Part 1 – TPS/Syllabus Curriculum Mapping
  • Implementing the Part 2 – Unit Curriculum Mapping
  • Follow-up training and review sessions of curriculum Maps
  • Final report on degree of completion and implementation of the curriculum mapping

Curriculum Mapping Template Guidebook