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Lee, Sarah M.; Wechsler, Howell – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2006
The Physical Education Curriculum Analysis Tool (PECAT) will help school districts conduct a clear, complete, and consistent analysis of written physical education curricula, based upon national physical education standards. The PECAT is customizable to include local standards. The results from the analysis can help school districts enhance…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, School Districts, National Standards, Physical Education
Cheney, Lynne V. – 1989
Information for colleges engaged in curricular reform about how other schools are managing the task is presented with the central device for organizing details being an imagined core of studies, 50 semester hours, that would encourage coherent and substantive learning in essential areas of knowledge. Rather than acting as a single prototype this…
Descriptors: College Curriculum, Core Curriculum, Course Content, Curriculum Development
American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. – 1985
Issues for teachers and administrators to consider when introducing a new course in psychology at the high school level are listed in this checklist. The checklist is organized into the following sections: rationale for introducing a psychology course, target population, course content, teaching strategies, concerns for physical safety, ethical…
Descriptors: Books, Check Lists, Community Resources, Course Content
Stanislaus County Office of Education, Modesto, CA. California Instructional Video Clearinghouse. – 1994
Significant improvements in instructional design and in the development of classroom support materials, as well as the blurring of lines separating computer software, computer-interactive videodisc, CD-ROM, and other new technologies, are cited as the rationale for combining three topics covered by separate guidelines published in…
Descriptors: Check Lists, Computer Software, Course Content, Courseware