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Learning Goals-Driven Design Model

A learning-goals-driven design model for developing science curriculum is described in detail in this 32 page paper.   

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The Investigating and Questioning Our World through Science and Technology project (IQOWST) is the basis for describing the Learning-Goals-Driven design model for developing science curriculum.  A team of researchers developed a science curriculum for the middle grades with a focus on (a) unpacking national science standards (b) developing a learning performances approach to specifying learning goals, and (c) aligning learning goals, instructional activities, and assessments.

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Authors/Creators: 
Joseph Krajcik
Katherine L. McNeill
Brian J. Reiser

Organization/Publishers: 
Wiley Interscience

Grade/Age Level:

Middle (Age 11-14)

UDL Guidelines:

Recruiting Interest
Sustaining Effort & Persistence
Executive Functions

Problem Area:

Design of Learning Environment for All
Engagement
Goal Attainment

PreK-12 Subject Area:

Science
STEM

Resource File Type:

Document

Teaching Practices:

Goal Setting

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Posted date:

October 29, 2018
Document Title: 
Learning Goals-Driven Design Model: Developing Curriculum Materials That Align With National Standards and Incorporate Project-Based Pedagogy
Document Summary: 

This research article illustrates what is meant by designing a curriculum based on established learning goals. This team developed a science curriculum for the middle grades with a focus on (a) unpacking national science standards (b) developing a learning performances approach to specifying learning goals, and (c) aligning learning goals, instructional activities, and assessments.

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