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Curriculum Lesson Plans - Timing?

Tim_CollierTim_Collier Member Posts: 1
edited June 5 in Community Support
The College Curriculum has 12 'weekly' lessons. Can anyone suggest what a reasonable time allocation for each week might be? For senior high school, does 3 hours a week sound right? 

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  • brian_bradybrian_brady Member, Developers Posts: 245 EDU
    @noa,

    Is the curriculum being updated this summer? We are being pushed to make all PDF and other documents used in classes accessible. I tested a couple of the Onshape College documents for accessibility back in March and they failed miserably.

    I use your curriculum in my class, but not rigidly nor in its entirety. It is just one source of assignments I use.

    Brian
  • Tim_CollierTim_Collier Member Posts: 1
    Thanks Noa,  that is a big help. It gives me a starting point to work from. 
    Brian, can you expand on the problem you mentioned - re "accessibility" and "failed" ?
  • noanoa Onshape Employees, Developers Posts: 132
    edited June 8
    Hi @brian_brady , we do not have plans at this time to make significant updates to the curriculum this summer, but welcome the submission of feedback tickets so that we can measure the interest.
    Noa Flaherty / Customer Success / Onshape Inc.
  • brian_bradybrian_brady Member, Developers Posts: 245 EDU
    Thanks Noa,  that is a big help. It gives me a starting point to work from. 
    Brian, can you expand on the problem you mentioned - re "accessibility" and "failed" ?
    We use Blackboard and all of our PDF and other documents need to be accessible for persons with disabilities, i.e. blind and visually impaired students need to be able to use a screen reader with the files. All images need to have alternate text and the reading flow needs to be correct. These two issues accounted for most of the failures.
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