Curriculum Gets Personal: An Interview with LearnZillion's Eric Westendorf
MARCH 27, 2017
He saw teachers meet as a group to plan lessons that addressed students’ needs, watch each other in the classroom and then provide feedback and suggestions. Japan's Ministry of Education had a standard curriculum, but individual teachers could adapt or innovate lessons—and then send their ideas back to the Ministry of Education to be vetted and added to the national curriculum. “So All of those adaptations, all of that expertise was in her head.