Curriculum and Leadership Alignment

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Curriculum and Leadership Alignment 

The process of curriculum development, revision, design, and implementation is the foundation of schools; it is the “what” for teachers and students. To be a competent leader, it is essential to understand the process for curriculum development. Chapter 1 in your Mooney and Mausbach text (2008) provides a scaffolding for understanding of developing curriculum leadership and design. Chapters 2, 3, and 4 from Lopez’ No Excuses Leadership: Nine Bold Choices Exceptional Leaders Make (2015) discuss the first three qualities of a servant leader; being present, communicating with candor, and cracking the code of the naysayer.

Initial Post:

  • Discuss one or two challenges and benefits for teaching and learning associated with the curriculum design and alignment process.
  • Discuss any of the three qualities from Lopez’ Chapters 2, 3, or 4 that you have practiced or have experienced from a leader and how it paid off or otherwise proved beneficial to yourself or others.
  • Evaluate a servant leadership principle you would particularly like to develop more in yourself. Describe how strengthening a particular trait from the principle might impact your own professional practice as well as impact others, especially learners.


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