AVON-BY-THE-SEA — Teachers from the Avon-By-The-Sea Public School presented updated curriculums for world language, STEM, and science on Wednesday night to the board of education during their meeting.
The teachers develop the curriculums themselves, according to Eileen MacDonald, the school’s director of curriculum, instruction and special services.
Mrs. MacDonald went first, explaining to the board the “Connected Action Roadmap,” which lays out the framework that informs the teachers in their instruction, and introducing the three other teacher presenters along with the topics they would be discussing.
She described the curriculum as a “living curriculum” because of how the teachers revisit it each year for improvements.
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