Curriculum Mapping Timeline
Summer 2002 State DOE initiates TechPath process, 8 staff attend Sioux Falls
Summer 2003 Part II TechPath Workshop given by State Department of Education;
5 staff attend workshop
Spring 2004 Curriculum Mapping Committee Established, Timeline of
Implementation, and Creation of Excel Template
Fall 2004 Diary Maps were created by specific core areas
1/23/2005 TechPaths Training with Mark Heilman with SD Dept. of Education
Location – STM Computer Lab, Staff Training (K-12)
Fall 2005 Staff Cut/Paste Diary entries into new TechPath format
6/7/2006 Two ½ day summer workshop on TechPaths
12/5/2006 Two day SD Curriculum Mapping Conference in Chamberlain
1/24/2007 Core Mapping Curriculum Committee Established
Ann Trucano, Barb Sachs, Ann Walther, Carol Cooper, Sheryl
Romig, Colleen Lecy, Donna Schuck, Jesus Garcia, Kathy Roddis,
Mary Daniel, Sean Mullin, Seth Keene, Stacy Nelson, Steve Miller,
Steve Slough, Wayne Sullivan, Lloyd Potter
2/15/2007 Two Day Core Mapping In-Service
5/9/2007 Mapping Curriculum Revisited work done on Mapping, Discussed
Timeline for Read Throughs
9/28/2007 Vertical Read-Throughs for Individual Subjects
*Grades 6-12 Language Arts could not agree on content area system-
Wide to map the curriculum.
Spring 2008 In-service for Vertivcal Read Follow-Up and Standards Addressed
2008-2009 K-12 System Analysis on Mapping Progress, Elementary Mapping
Moved to next core subject, Building Level Administrators in charge
Of individual mapping.
Summer 2009 K-5 core maps still needed for Language Arts, Social Studies/ Art,
Religion. K-12 Physical Science/Health, 6-12 Language Arts, K-5
October 2009 K-5 Religion core maps were worked on.
1. Elementary will need to finish core maps. K-12 teachers need to be importing
district curriculum maps into individualized TechPath maps, and they need to
update general core map to specific lesson plans and instruction.