E32 | Supplemental Curriculum with Daniel Silver
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Maybe you have bought materials from Teachers Pay Teachers to use in your classroom. Or maybe you borrowed curriculum from another teacher that you used to supplement your instruction in the classroom. This is supplemental curriculum at work and my guest today has some interesting findings about this phenomenon.
His name is Daniel Silver and he is a 4th year PhD student at USC. In this episode we talk about how things like the Common Core, social media, and COVID have all influenced the use of supplemental curriculum.
This is a great episode with plenty of takeaways for thinking about how to supplement curriculum in the classroom. If you are interested in reading the paper or getting in contact with Daniel Silver he leaves his contact information near the end of our interview.
Silver, D. (2021). A Theoretical Framework for Studying Teachers’ Curriculum Supplementation. Review of Educational Research, 00346543211063930. https://doi.org/10.3102/00346543211063930