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According to Kelting-Gibson (2005), six components of teaching design are listed which are required of seasoned and beginning teachers. How does backward design out perform traditional curriculum design in planning and preparing curriculum to meet these six components?


Kelting-Gibson, L. M., (2005). Comparison of curriculum development practices. Educational Research Quarterly: Vol. 29 (1). pp. 26-36

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Kelting-Gibson's (2005) six components of teaching design call for the teacher to demonstrate knowledge of content and pedagogy, demonstrate knowledge of students, select suitable instructional goals, demonstrate knowledge of resources, design coherent instruction, and assess ...

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