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Why Mapping - Session 2

Session 2: Legacy 

Session 2 Objectives: 
Define the legacy of a faith-based school and explain how that legacy is measured.
List ways Curriculum Trak is designed to support the mission of a faith-based school.

Session 2 Introduction:
For educators, outcomes are important! In this session, Michael will focus on the ultimate outcomes of your school and how Curriculum Trak can support your efforts to reach those outcomes. 

Session 2 Video:

Session 2: Questions to Consider

  1. Review your school’s mission statement. How does it point to your students as your school’s legacy? 
  2. Consider your school’s legacy: 
    • What has happened in the past year that is worth celebrating?
    • What specifically do you hope will happen in the next year? 
  3. As you think about Paul’s prayer in Colossians 2:2-3, what students come to mind for you? How do you see yourself promoting this prayer in the lives of those students? 
  4. Is there someone you could join with to thank God for what He has done and ask for His blessing as you seek to fulfill your mission into the future? 

Recommended Resources: 

  • Matthew 28:19-20
  • Proverbs 27:17
  • Romans 12:5
  • Colossians 2:2-3
  • 1 Thessalonians 5:11
  • 2 Timothy 2:15
  • Hebrews 10:24

CT Connection:
Curriculum Trak seeks to promote the legacy of a school in a variety of ways. Some of the specific tools we provide to help schools infuse their faith into their instruction are the following: 

  • Faith Learning Integration - this content can be searched, selected, and modified as teachers are planning for instruction.  
  • School-Wide Outcomes - this feature allows each school to define specific concepts they want to promote in their instruction and generate reports over how it is used. 
  • Course Information - Some schools decide to include philosophy statements or detailed course descriptions for each course to indicate how each one feeds into their ultimate mission.
  • Other Curriculum Area - This feature allows any users to explore the mapping efforts of other Curriculum Trak schools to see how they have chosen to approach instruction.