Episode 038: 10 Ways to Fill a Hole in Your Curriculum



Sometimes you need a new unit idea, fast. Maybe you are stretched trying to come up with a brand new curriculum for yet another prep. Or your students sped through a novel in two weeks that you thought was going to take four. Or you just discovered your poetry unit is not the right fit for your students. 

This episode is all about finding fun ways to fill those holes in your curriculum that come up. Whether you have one, three, or twelve weeks in need of a new plan, I think you'll find it here! 

I hope this episode is going to make your curriculum planning easier and more fun. You can listen below, or on iTunesBlubrry, or Stitcher.



To find the full written post, click here. 

Resources Mentioned in the Show:
This I Believe Full Curriculum
John Spencer's "Getting Started with Design Thinking" blog post
Poetry Slam Post
Ted Talk: Inside the Mind of a Master Procrastinator
Ted Talk: Brene Brown's The Power of Vulnerability



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