This curriculum project was created to support remote teacher lesson planning with the focus of high school geometry. This project was constructed by a student teacher during the international pandemic of 2020, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The viral outbreak changed the classroom, academics, and humanity. Teachers, students, and administration had to adapt to an online format instantaneously. This project focuses on an actual unit plan from a local geometry class that had to convert its entire curricular structure to support modern technology, Common Core State Standards (CCSS), students, administration, supervising teacher, and Brockport College.
This curriculum project is modified with video commentary (VC). This project is designed for the universal audience. Anywhere there is a (VC), it is a link to a video commentary pertaining to specific content. Further, anything that is blue, is a link to a website, a specific page, a video, an image, or documentary to inspire the future structuring of curricular documentation.
Champlin, Michael, "Geometry A does not Stop for COVID-19; Resources for Remote Instruction" (2020). Lesson Plans. 7.
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