The Written Curriculum, The Taught Curriculum, The Learned Curriculum
Cindy Fisher (Adjunct professor at Wittenberg University and former Curriculum Coordinator Tecumseh Local Schools) describes the Written Curriculum that schools and districts create, the Taught Curriculum that teachers deliver, and the Learned Curriculum that students actually master. She notes the importance of ensuring that the Taught Curriculum gets as close to the Taught Curriculum and eventually the Written Curriculum as possible.
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