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60 Free Essays on Student Centered Vs Subject Centered Curriculum

  1. Teacher

    tool to find students’ weak points in that subject. It will help teacher to understand student’s problems and to encourage better learning in students (Mayflor, 2011). After that, the third difference is students’ learning process. In teacher-centered approach, teacher will do presentations in front...

  2. The Andragogical and Pedagogical Approach to Education

    process of acquiring subject matter content to be used in the future (Knowles, 1980). Course curriculums should be organized into subject matter units, (and adult learners) are subject-centered in their orientation to learning (Knowles, 1980). When teaching adults, Knowles would suggest that the...

  3. Curriculum Development- Let Review

    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...

  4. Research

    * Instruction Mathematics instruction must provide many opportunities for concept building, relevant challenging questions, problem solving, reasoning, and connections within the curriculum and real-world situations. Students who are taught in a way that relies too heavily on rote memorization isolated from...

  5. An Exploration of Christian Education: An Administrative Perspective

    , realizing that we are a partner with the home and the church. Our curriculum content should prepare students to know the Lord and to imitate Him in character and works. Our methodology should be a means to an end and not an end in itself. The methods should be chosen for their power, accuracy and...

  6. Laptops in the Classroom

    promote active engagement, participation in groups, frequent interaction and feedback, and connection to real-world situations. The use of laptops is essentially effective when it is merged into the curriculum and accepted across the board. Students are intellectually challenged when involved with...

  7. Training and Development

    development of any curriculum. This article aims to share the process involved for the development of a curriculum whilst designing a training programme. Objectives and outcome provide greater focus for the training programme. Therefore unlike in the educational settings where definite subjects are...

  8. Silence on Gays and Lesbians Is Social Studies Curriculum

    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...

  9. models

    and activities that are identified as priorities for each student provide a natural context for integrating related services.  26. Subject/Teacher Centered Design • The subject centered curriculum is based on subject. All knowledge is transferred to student through the subjects. • Subject matter...

  10. title

    his Basic Principles of Curriculum and Instruction (1949), Tyler stated that “if we are to study an educational program systematically and intelligently we must first be sure as to the educational objectives aimed at.” The pioneer in the application of objectives to curriculum, Tyler defined four basic...

  11. Ideal Classroom

    between a student's real developmental level and his or her potential is the zone of proximal development (ZPD). Excellent instruction matches each child's ZPD. Also teachers who hold to curriculum-centered classrooms are predisposed greatly by the standards-based movement. Every student is taught the...

  12. Weekly Journal Module 5

    population of Whites will slow and eventually decrease. If school curriculum and teaching methods aren’t restructured to help the students getting left behind (minority, at risk, low income, etc) it will eventually lead to a surplus of unskilled laborers unmarketable to potential employers. “Scientific...

  13. Kitty33

    purposes, such as whole-group instruction, small-group activities, or individual students-centered learning” (Shelly, Gunter & Gunter 2010). Students often become engaged learners when technology is fully integrated as part of their curriculum. Technology integration starts when teachers have their...

  14. Education Through the Years

    public schools. John Dewey was an advocate for a child- centered curriculum that involved experimental learning, which was a lot like the Marie Montessori way. These ways have come all the way through to the twenty first century and still see these ways acted on and demonstrated in a lot of classroom...

  15. The Pros and Cons of Same Sex Classrooms

    between the two groups or are our counterparts compliments to us that will in reality benefit us? For long there has been a heated debate about this subject because some people simply belief that the key to a successful education is sexual segregation. An argument in which I can play devils advocate...

  16. M Odule on Crafting the Curriculum

    content, and it assumes that certain contents should be taught to all students. The subject-centered curriculum usually consists of a study of specific facts and ideas. It regards learning primarily as cognitive development and the acquisition of knowledge and information. With this approach, all...

  17. Lecture

    ending point. Managing is the teacher’s way of managing time and events. Decision making allows the teacher to make decisions about the how’s and what’s of teaching based on 3 primary considerations:1) the students prior learning experiences;2) the content derived from the curriculum; 3)the context...

  18. The Qualitative Report

    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 University of...

  19. From the 'Hood to the Classroom: A Rhetorical Perspective on Teaching Secondary English to the Urban Student

    ?” (Asante 91). It is known that one of the primary goals of an Afrocentric or African-centered education is to boost 21 the mo-rale and self-esteem of African American students. While this is extremely important, an African-centered curriculum must also produce more tangible results. In...

  20. Interviewing an Educator

    in has treated her very well and so she has been teaching at PS/M.S. 15 for nine years now. The subjects she teaches are math, social studies, and English. I was curious into what was her favorite subject to lecture in and she said math. Ms. H has two masters and she holds the Common Branch teaching...

  21. How to Help

    who work in Amman Students will be asked to recall any ideas they have about Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X. They will then use primary sources to analyze the messages of these two men later in their careers, and evaluate their similarities and differences. Finally, students will reconsider their...

  22. Pedagogies

    National Curriculum was initiated under the direction of the Melbourne Declaration on Educational Goals for Young Australians (MCEETYA, 2008). The introduction of the National Curriculum has enhanced the focus on learning for the 21st century student across the curriculum. Cross-curriculum Priorities...

  23. Literature Review on Odl

    agencies in relation to the rapidly developing programs of distance education in various institutional settings. Any review of literature on this subject is quickly dated. Literature on the topic is increasing exponentially, web sites appear and disappear seemingly overnight, and what was once considered...

  24. Introduction to Learning Theories

    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 (rationalism)...

  25. Home School vs Public School

    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...

  26. Proficiency in Geometry of Selected Third Year Students in Muntinlupa National High School

    estimated the causal impact of a technology-based geometry curriculum on students' geometry achievement, as well as their attitudes toward mathematics and technology. The curriculum combines learner-centered classroom pedagogy with individualized, computer-based student instruction. Conducted over a 3-year...

  27. Teaching, Philosophy, Psychology and Sociology

    learner? What is the nature of subject matter? How should one use the subject matter to guide students towards meaningful learning activities? What behavior trend should one exhibit in order to carry out one‘s philosophical position? The answers to these questions only will help the teacher...

  28. Moral Leadership

    Moreno vs. Ector County Independent School District Board of Trustees Article Reference Moreno vs. Ector County Independent School District Board of Trustees. (2007, May16). American Civil Liberties Union. Retrieved April 12, 2008 from http://www.aclu.org/religion/schools...

  29. Christ Centered Education

    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...

  30. A Definition of Collaborative vs Cooperative Learning

    . It is more directive than a collaboratve system of governance and closely controlled by the teacher. While there are many mechanisms for group analysis and introspection the fundamental approach is teacher centered whereas collaborative learning is more student centered. Spencer Kagan in an...