Published April 21, 2005
by Corwin Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
The Parallel Curriculum in the Classroom, Book 2: Units for Application Across the Content Areas, K by Carol Ann Tomlinson (Editor), Sandra N. Kaplan (Editor), Jeanne H. Purcell (Editor), Jann H. Leppien (Editor), Deborah E. Burns (Editor), Cindy A. Strickland (Editor) & 3 more5/5(3). This book presents a model of curriculum development for gifted students and offers four parallel approaches that focus on ascending intellectual demand as students develop expertise in learning. The parallel curriculum's four approaches include: (1) the core or basic curriculum; (2) the curriculum of connections, which expands on the core curriculum's key concepts and principles; (3) the. Based on the Parallel Curriculum Model, this book provides curriculum units in social studies, science, art, and language arts for use in primary, elementary, middle, and high school : $ Introducing the Parallel Curriculum Model in the Classroom by Carol Ann Tomlinson and Sandra Kaplan About the Book Using the Model and Units for Professional Development Acknowledgments 1. In Praise of Protocols: Navigating the Design Process Within the Parallel Curriculum Model by Deborah E. Burns Curriculum as a Road MapPrice: $
Using actual classroom footage, this video companion to The Parallel Curriculum is an excellent resource that shows examples of how the model might look in a range of classrooms and subjects. Carol Ann Tomlinson expertly guides staff developers and teachers by discussing characteristics of the model, and its potential to benefit a broad range of students - including advanced learners. The Parallel Curriculum in the Classroom, Book 1 book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Further developing key ideas from t /5. The Parallel Curriculum Model (PCM) was developed by Dr. Carol Ann Tomlinson in an attempt to take lessons to a more inclusive level. The biggest advantage of this curriculum model is that it "can be adapted for any learner, subject domain, or grade level.". The Parallel Curriculum Model (PCM) offers four curriculum parallels that incorporate the element of Ascending Intellectual Demand to help teachers determine current student performance levels and develop intellectual challenges to move learners along a continuum toward expertise.
The Parallel Curriculum in the Classroom, Book 1 delves more deeply into the classroom application of the Parallel Curriculum Model, providing in-depth examinations of how to: Design appropriate curriculum using the Parallel Curriculum Model; Effectively apply focusing questions when planning for each of the parallels. hen The Parallel Curriculum: A Design to Develop High Potential and Challenge High-Ability Learnerswas published (Tomlinson et al., ), the six of us who wrote the work knew we had found ideas in the model to be interest- ing, challenging, and worthy of more thought and articulation. The Parallel Curriculum by Carol Ann Tomlinson, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(29). The Parallel Curriculum in the Classroom, Book 1: Essays for Application Across the Content Areas, K - Ebook written by Carol Ann Tomlinson, Sandra N. Kaplan, Jeanne H. Purcell, Jann H. Leppien, Deborah E. Burns, Cindy A. Strickland. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Author: Carol Ann Tomlinson.