Each school is unique, each school has its own administrators and teachers, and each has its own set of needs and barriers to curriculum…

Each school is unique, each school has its own administrators and teachers, and each has its own set of needs and barriers to curriculum implementation. The approach that works with one school should not simply be applied to the other. The following questions will inform you of the context in which the teachers and the school will adopt your plan and give you the information necessary to account for goals and objectives of each school in your curriculum development plan. What barriers would you face in implementing a new watershed curriculum? What would you need in order to overcome those barriers? What materials, support, or local resources would you need to effectively implement this curriculum? What needs or barriers would you perceive to integrating other PIE programs within your classes or within the school at large? Who in your school/district needs to be committed for this curriculum implementation to succeed? What do you need from them? Outcomes In order for a curricu