LDC modules wrap around LDC tasks. That is, they show the plan for skills students will learn and instruction that will develop those skills, and finalized modules share results in the form of student work scored with LDC-provided rubrics. Modules are built on a common “chassis” so instruction can be shared across a wide variety of grades, content areas, and instructional approaches.
Jurying: To identify good-to-go tasks and modules and then a smaller set of tasks and modules that are truly exemplary. The LDC Jurying Rubric for LDC Tasks and Modules establishes descriptors for tasks and modules that will be considered work in progress, good-to-go, and exemplary. This is the LDC Official 2013-2014 Jurying Rubric.
|Anatomy of a Module||Sample Modules||Module Development Tools|
|Anatomy of a Module is a print-ready handout that gives an overview of the LDC module. Versions in color and black and white are available.
Black & White Version
|LDC partners across the country are now offering samples of how teachers are building out the design. Click below to see sample modules in:
English Language Arts
Science & Technical Subjects
|These resources give you the tools to try out the LDC approach hands on. Our tools page includes a wider variety of module templates, including the new elementary editions, and along with several other items helpful for active LDC work.
Questions? Contact LDC here.