CALL FOR SUGGESTIONS: What resources do you use to organize concepts for courses, curricula, or lesson plans?

In the comments below, will you share a resource (or multiple) that you use to organize concepts in these topics areas:

  • Health literacy 
  • Financial literacy 
  • Civics education 
  • Workforce preparation 

Examples might include syllabi, a table of contents, curriculum scope and sequence, standards, or frameworks. 

Background Information

Your responses will contribute to important research, funded by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES).  The EdTech Center @ World Education will compile, analyze, and use the resources you share with us to create a structure with which we can organize the Teaching Skills that Matter resources within the SkillBlox platform. The TSTM/Skillblox research team is launching an important study to examine the impact of the TSTM approach in technology-supported learning, using Skillblox

The key to success will be organizing the content in a functional way which is why we’re turning to you to let us know what organizational structure you have found most useful in your own design. 

Thank you! 

(If you're interested in Teaching Skills that Matter, you might want to join this Coffee Break on January 31st!) 

This has been cross-posted in English Language Acquisition, Integrating Technology, Reading and Writing, Career Pathways, and Teaching and Learning.

Rachel Riggs | Digital Learning Specialist