From the website of Archdiocese of Newark:
“The schools of the Archdiocese of Newark have begun a curriculum mapping project which will result in the development of subject area curriculum maps that clearly articulate the content and skills students will be learning in each subject in each grade level. Curriculum mapping is a process that helps schools and districts/ dioceses to determine the “agreed-upon” learning for all students. This process is being undertaken to ensure that a consistent, clearly articulated curriculum infused with Gospel values is being provided to all students in our schools.
“We have begun the process with Mathematics( See completed maps below). Math teachers, throughout the Archdiocese, are involved in a multi-stage Math curriculum mapping exercise. The process involves individual teacher contributions, small group sessions and larger group meetings, under the guidance of the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment. At the end of the process, an Archdiocesan K-12 Mathematics Curriculum Map which identifies the content to be taught and student skills to be mastered at each grade level will be published and distributed. Once Math is completed, the process will continue for other subjects…“
The Archdiocese of Newark has posted the complete MATH Curriculum Mapping for each grade level starting from Kindergarten. Please visit their website to read each document by clicking the link below: