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Chapter 1- The Field of Curriculum Dewey Tyler Counts
A curriculum approach reflects a person’s view of the world
Curriculum Approaches Behavioral Managerial Systems Academic Humanistic
Definitions of Curriculum A plan for achieving desired goals or ends The experiences of the learner A system for dealing with people and processes A field of study Subject matter
Asking the right questions is crucial for addressing basic concerns in curriculum and for determining the basic concepts, principles, and research methods of the field.
Foundations of Curriculum Philosophy History Psychology Sociology
Domains of Curriculum Philosophy Theory Research History Development Design Evaluation Policy As a Field of Study
Theory and Practice Theory: the most advanced and valid knowledge available that can be generalized and applied to many situations
The test of a good theory is whether it can guide practice. In reverse, good practice is based on theory.
Curriculum Workers Curriculum Worker Curriculum Supervisor Curriculum Leader Curriculum Coordinator Curriculum Specialist
The Teacher and the Curriculum The teacher should play a major role in planning, implementing, and evaluating the curriculum
Curriculum: Foundations, Principles and Issues Chapter One 1. Behavioral approach - what can the learner do that we can see? Bobbitt’s 800 elementary objectives.
Second Language Acquisition Education 286. Today: Introduction What is the nature of the interdisciplinary field of research (linguistics, psychology,
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Chapter 9- Aims, Goals, Objectives. Aims of Education General statements that provide shape and direction Starting points that suggest an ideal or inspirational.
Curriculum and Instruction Defined Chapter 1. Curriculum and instruction are viewed as separate but dependent concepts. Curriculum the program Instruction.
Overall Layout of Curriculum Development System in Organization of Educational Research and Programming.
Educational Psychology Foundation of Teaching What makes a good teacher? Knowing the subject matter Mastering the teaching skills Can good teaching be.
Psychological Bases for Curriculum Decisions Individual Differences Accommodations Principles of Learning Behaviorism Humanism Learning Styles Highlighting.
Goals: Students will 1. Take a pretest to determine threshold knowledge (this will go into the gradebook but will not count as part of your grade). 2.
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Delaware Professional Teaching Standards 3.0 Content Knowledge 4.0 Human Development and Learning 5.0 Diverse Learners 6.0 Communication 7.0 Learning Environment.
1 Educational Philosophy: The Intellectual Foundations of American Education.
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Theory and Practice of Curriculum Development EDU705 CMU2014.
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NCATE Unit Standards…Revised Antoinette Mitchell Vice President, Unit Accreditation.
Adapted from Online Forums in the Classroom Debbie K. Locklear Curriculum Specialist.
John Dewey John Dewey “Education is life itself.” - John Dewey.
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Dr. Leslie David Burns, Associate Professor Department of Curriculum and Instruction UK College of Education
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What Do Students Need? Each student needs to be like all others and at the same time, different from all others. Students need unconditional acceptance.
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Curriculum. What is Curriculum? Merriam Webster Dictionary describes curriculum as the the courses offered by an educational institution and a set of.
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Welcome Opening Prayer “The purpose of schooling is to provide a safe learning environment that holds high standards for learning, self-esteem, and knowledge.
Slide 1 of 15Chapter 1: Foundations of Army JROTC and Getting Involved Lesson 3: Leadership from the Inside Out 2 Unit Leadership from the Inside Out Leadership.
Educational Psychology, 11 th Edition ISBN © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Learning, Teaching, and Educational Psychology.
DIAGNOSIS OF NEEDS IN CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT REPORTERS: Alegarbes, Janvie A. Ruaya, Fritzie G. Cordero, Jean E.
Foundations of Educating Healthcare Providers. ObjectivesObjectives Describe the guiding principles of educating healthcare providers Define core competencies.
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+ Literature Review: Domain B Authors: Nancy Safer & Steve Fleischman Title: How Schools Improve, “Research Matters / How Student Progress Monitoring Improves.
Copyright ©2007 by Pearson Education, Inc. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey All rights reserved. Gary D. Borich Effective Teaching Methods, 6e Gary.
Introduction to Body Dressing:. Interdisaplinary: adjective. 1. combining or involving two or more academic disciplines or fields of study.
Putting Research to Work in K-8 Science Classrooms Ready, Set, SCIENCE.
ASCA National Model: School Counselors Using Data John Carey, Carey Dimmit, Reese House School Counseling Leadership Institute 2003.
© 2007 Thomson Delmar Learning. All Rights Reserved. Chapter 1 Defining Developmentally Appropriate Practice: What It Is.
A Curriculum Model based on the work of Ralph Tyler Source: Madeus, G.F., & Stufflebeam, D.L. (1989). Educational evaluation: The works of Ralph Tyler.Boston,
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