Sustainable Fashion/ Textiles 

This course is designed using the Backward Design Method that uses three steps to develop curriculum. The first identifies the desired results that can be state standards or the learning goals, second is to determine acceptable evidence, and third is to plan the learning experiences/ daily instruction (Understanding by Design, Wiggins, Grant &. McTighe, Jay, 1998).  

The course materials are all provided below and is broken into 3 documents. The first is a general outline of the course for a given 15 week semester, the second is the daily lesson plans, and lastly all the worksheets that are needed for the lessons. Additional materials/ pdf of readings can be found in the Sustainable Fashion/ Textiles folder. These are readings that I found useful as I dove into creating this content. 

 
 

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