Lincoln-Way 210 Core Curriculum Gap Assessment and Remediation PlanThursday, June 18, 2020
At the June 18 meeting, the Lincoln-Way 210 Board of Education was presented with a Core Curriculum Gap Assessment and Remediation Plans.
With Remote Learning ending on May 22, Lincoln-Way 210 teachers and department chairs all met in core course groups, either in person (per guidelines) or remotely, on May 26, 27, and 28. The overarching goal for these meetings was to determine and address any course or departmental gaps for Fall 2020.
Overall, most course groups were able to determine where curricular gaps will occur and were able to create “bridge,” “gap,” “Unit 0,” or “Unit 4.1” type units to address what content and/or skills were not adequately learned by our students due to Remote Learning and the guidelines that were in place per the Illinois State Board of Education.
“These plans are the direct result of our teachers’ collaboration and commitment to student learning,” said Dr. Aimee Feehery, Director of Curriculum and Instruction. “By addressing the possible gaps in our curriculum, we will be able to take corrective actions to realign our curriculum and assure that our students are reaching the goals of their next course.”
Remediation plans will take effect at the appropriate place and time in the 2020-21 school year per course group/department determination.