Planning Principles The curriculum is planned through units developmental skills, content areas, and performance tasks producing developmentally appropriate products and activities. –Answer the question for Curriculum Content: What teaching and learning objectives are needed.
Planning Principles The curriculum unit selected lessons plans around centers around a theme producing procedures for activities. –Answer the question for Curriculum Implementations: How teaching and learning implementations are accomplished? (lesson plans, unit plans, schedules, and projects)
Planning Principles The curriculum provides time frames around periods of learning, group management and a teacher role. –Answer the question for Curriculum Management: When does the lesson, experience or activity occur? Who performs the lesson, experience or activity?
Planning Principles The curriculum yields performance outcomes from long term goals and short term objectives. (Bloom and Gardner) Answer the question for Curriculum Assessment and Appraisal: What skills did the children learn? Why teach a new or old skill?
Planning Principles The curriculum constructs room arrangement as a teaching strategies. Answer the question for Curriculum Environment: What tools are need for teaching and learning? What are the best behavioral patterns for teaching and learning?