MODULE 1 CURRICULUM: CONCEPTS,NATURE AND PURPOSES
Curriculum from Different Points of View
1. Traditional Points of View of Curriculum*
“It is a body of subjects or subject matter prepared by the teachers for the students to learn”, and is synonymous to course of study and syllabus.
A Definition of Collaborative vs Cooperative Learning
Ted Panitz (1996)
I have been searching for many years for the Holy Grail of interactive learning, a distinction between collaborative and cooperative learning definitions. I am getting closer to my elusive goal all the time but I am still...
Curriculum Planning History
GCU EDA 561
March 11, 2015
Curriculum Planning History has several historical or political occurrences that have mostly influenced current curriculum design through various teaching styles and patterns...
Home School VS Public School
University of Phoenix Student
Home school and public school is a debated subject. Parents are disputing whether home school education or a public school education is more beneficial for their child. An education that fits the needs of a child is important; that’s...
PROFICIENCY IN GEOMETRY OF SELECTED THIRD YEAR STUDENTS IN MUNTINLUPA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
A Research Proposal
Presented to the
Faculty of Liberal Arts and Education
San Pedro College of Business Administration
Km 30 Old National Highway Barangay Nueva, San Pedro Laguna
S.Y. 2012 - 2013
Explain how the hidden curriculum and processes within schools help to produce inequalities between children of different social classes
The hidden curriculum is the norms, values and social expectations indirectly conveyed to students by the styles of teaching, unarticulated assumptions in teaching...
The students will search the different
Broad Fields Design
Types and Patterns of Curriculum Design
A. Subject- Centered
The Traditional Curriculum Patterns consist of the Subject curriculum, Correlated curriculum and Broad-Fields...
NARROWING OF CURRICULUM TO SUIT STANDARDIZED TESTS
Standardized tests have slowly become the primary focus in the world’s educational systems. They are mainly designed to give a look at how well a student performs in a given subject area. With a large number of students graduating high...
Curriculum design and development
Judy McKimm MBA, MA (Ed), BA (Hons), Cert Ed, ILTM
Head of Curriculum Development, School of Medicine
Imperial College Centre for Educational Development
This paper was first written in 2003 as part of a project led by the London Deanery to provide...
Humanist/Behaviorist Learning Theory Curriculum on Social Psychology B Ann Laughlin Walden University Abstract This paper focuses on humanist and behaviorist theories related to instructional design, defining terms, historical perspective, rationale for social psychology curriculum written from a humanistic/behaviorist...
High School vs. College
High school, as well as college is just another part in everyone’s lives. Almost everyone goes through a transition between two very diverse and different worlds. These diverse worlds can be compared and contrasted by everyone that attended both high school...
Subject-Centered Curriculum Design
Curriculum- Planned and guided learning experiences and intended learning outcomes formulated through the systemic reconstruction of knowledge and experiences, under the auspices of the school for the learner’s continuous and willful growth in personal...
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE ATTITUDE OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE STUDENTS TOWARDS LEARNING-BY-DOING.
ONANUGA, Peter Abayomi
Department of Curriculum Studies and Instructional Technology
Faculty of Education,
Olabisi Onabanjo University...
What is Curriculum?
1. A plan for learning which contains;
Statement of aims and objectives
Selection and organization of content
Patterns of teaching
Evaluation of outcomes
2. A program of studies which includes sequences of
3. A planned action for instruction
4. A plan of all the...
substantial extent, the most effective strategies for learning depend on
what kind of learning is desired and toward what ends.
Plato and one of his students, Aristotle, were early entrants into the debate about
how people learn. They asked, “Is truth and knowledge to be found within us
A REFLECTION ON THE REPORTS
RITZCEN A. DURANGO, PH. D
APIPA U. MASNAR
Supervision of Instruction and Curriculum Development
1. THE NATURE OF LEARNING(the learner/multiple intelligence)
The theory of multiple intelligences is a theory of intelligence that differentiates...
Curriculum Models, Types and Design
Curriculum Design Models
Curriculum design is a process of thinking through how you want to organize what you want your students to learn. Whereas, lesson plans are what the teacher plans to do for the day and unit plans are what the teacher wants to do over the...
Shae A. Anderson
Georgia State University
Follow this and additional works at: http://scholarworks.gsu.edu/english_diss
Anderson, Shae A., "From the 'Hood to the Classroom: A Rhetorical Perspective on Teaching Secondary English to the Urban
Throughout the learning process, children encounter different concepts that they begin to validate. Concept-based instruction lays out a foundation for students to organize their thought process, integrate new information...
The author wanted to explore how children see and relate to their learning experiences. She found out that for students, it's not merely if they are interested in a subject or not, or whether the content they are studying is relevant, something that all previous and even ongoing educational reform...
April 22, 2002
Curriculum, in my opinion, is the whole picture of education. It includes the teaching philosophy of a school and a teacher, the way the subject is taught in the classroom, the supplements used in assistance of teaching, the attitudes...
Sode, Elaine P.
A. BASIC CONCEPTS
A curriculum is a set of courses or a plan for a particular area of study. Curriculum
Curriculum is an organized program of learning, usually segregated by subject area, composed of four main categories: content, instruction...
The common approaches to curriculum design include child or learner-centered, subject-centered and problem-centered approaches.
Child or Learner-Centered Approach
Child or Learner-centered approach places the child at the center of education. It begins with understanding the educational contexts...
Types of Curriculum Design: Subject Centered
June 19, 2014 Dr. Darrin Leave a comment
Curriculum design is about how a person envision what a curriculum should be. There are several standard models of curriculum design. One of the most prominent is the subject-centered design.
The subject-centered designer...
correlates with higher earnings. What role will NCU’s Christ centered approach to holistic education play in this equation?
At Northern Caribbean University education involves more than an academic development. The Christ-centered education facilitates growth intellectually, physically, socially...
the Social Studies. In his 2009 paper, Silence on Gays and Lesbians is Social Studies Curriculum, Thornton highlights the exclusion of Gay, Lesbian, Bi-Sexual and Transgendered perspectives in social studies curriculums in the United States. Thornton (2009) argues this exclusion is a result of heteronormativity...
The Qualitative Report Volume 11 Number 1 March 2006 1-19 http://www.nova.edu/ssss/QR/QR11-1/richardsshea.pdf
Moving from Separate Subject to Interdisciplinary 1 Teaching: The Complexity of Change in a Preservice Teacher K-1 Early Field Experience
Janet C. Richards and Kim T. Shea
Module II – Lesson 2 (Answer)
The impact of curriculum design in teaching and learning is that the students is giving a chance to make they own decision. And also considering their needs and interests.
It depends on the person you are going to teach.
AN OVERVIEW OF CURRICULUM
Ever since the term curriculum was added to educators' vocabularies, it has seemed to convey many things to many people. To some, curriculum has denoted a specific course, while to others it has meant the entire educational environment. Whereas perceptions...
Structuralism vs. Functionalism
When Wilhelm Wundt’s work helped psychology finally break away and became a separate science, the argument over how to describe and explain the human mind and behavior erupted. Structuralism surfaced followed closely by other theories ready to take over psychology.