Skip to content

What’s Next? Part 2: Curriculum

In this video, Victory’s editorial directors for STEM and ELA/Social Studies discuss what’s new and what’s next in curriculum development. Below are links to resources alluded to in the discussion.

It has always been true that technological advances change education. Here we examine more deeply why these changes take place and discuss (in historical context) how new technologies have changed how we develop curriculum. We also share specific exemplars of quality curriculum development and pedagogical practice.

What’s Next?

This is the second in a series of posts about the changing landscape in education.

For an overview, take a look at Victory’s What’s Next position paper.

We’d love to hear your thoughts. Please join in the conversation by using the comments.

Further Reading

See the Awesome Projects at the Olin College of Engineering

The K–12 OER Collaborative: List of organizations developing curriculum, including Victory

Examples of formative assessments

Paper on curriculum-embedded performance assessments by Emily R. Lai, American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, B.C.

Pasi Sahlberg, Finnish educator and scholar, Visiting Professor of Practice in Education, Harvard University

Leave a Comment

Scroll To Top