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Updating Your Unit Template to Support QSAC

Tuesday, September 14, 2021  | 2:00-3:00 PM GMT -4 (New York)

New Jersey schools and districts are experiencing many changes with the release of the 2020 NJ Student Learning Standards and the various initiatives and mandates set forth by the NJ Department of Education. A major focus in this school year will be updating and revising your curriculum to align to these updates.

Join us as we walk through ways to update your unit template to drive student learning and to meet QSAC requirements. Through conversation and examples, we will discuss topics such as:

  • Updating unit categories
  • Reviewing your standards through the lens of Atlas standards management features
  • Capturing new curriculum ideas that focus on topics such as climate change and other NJ initiatives


***Have a scheduling conflict? We have you covered. Register for the live event and we will send you the recording 24 hours after the event.

Elizabeth Clarkson

Dr. Elizabeth Clarkson is a Professional Development Facilitator at Faria Education Group. She guides diverse groups of educators through processes related to curriculum development, instructional strategies, leadership, and data analysis. Elizabeth has been involved in US public and private education, community non profit, and international education work for 20 years as a teacher, literacy coach, and senior administrator. Her driving passion focuses on building capacity in strong curriculum processes that will ultimately lead to positive and successful cognitive and emotional student outcomes. She strongly believes healthy and student-centered relationships are the foundation for successful schools and communities. Elizabeth completed her BS and MA degrees in Early Childhood Education and Educational Psychology and received her Ed.D in Educational Leadership.

Kari Reynolds

Kari Reynolds is a Senior Account Manager at Faria Education Group working with the Atlas, AtlasNext, and ManageBac products. She partners with school leaders throughout the country to support their curriculum process and goals. As a previous classroom teacher, she understands the needs of educators and works to ensure they are utilizing our products to their fullest potential. Her passion is working with children and educators alike to foster a love of learning and personal growth. Kari received her degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from East Tennessee State University.