1. To what extent do you believe a written curriculum for the various disciplines plays a role in a school with curriculum disarray?
2. To what extent do you believe the supported, tested, and learned curricula for the various disciplines play a role in improving the intentional curriculum?
3. Do you think there is any hope of changing attitudes? If so, how would you attempt to do this? If not, why?
4. Do you feel that the intentional curriculum is prescriptive or descriptive, or a combination of both? Why?
5. What roles do the recommended curriculum and hidden curriculum play in developing the intentional curriculum?
6. In planning curricula, mastery curriculum should require from 60% to 75% of the time available. Do you agree that in a school with curriculum disarray should place an emphasis on mastery curriculum? Why?
If you were hired to be the curriculum director in a school district in curriculum disarray and low student achievement; teachers being happy because the curriculum met their standards, what would you do to bridge the gap between curriculum theory and practice?