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Curriculum is a course of study offered by an educational institution.
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I am developing a training framework for cyber security. I proposed curriculum based on my observations and discussions. Now, I would like to verify its effectiveness using a scientific method. Your comments and recommendations would be much appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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Thank you so much for your interest. Your recommendations are appreciated.
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we might have heard some state universities programs and or private ones being said to be non Accredited. And some are Accredited.
What is Accreditation? What is the most significant influence of being non accredited in academic environments such as colleges or universities?
Many thanks!
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What is accreditation?
Accreditation is a process of quality assurance and improvement, whereby a programme in an approved Institution is critically appraised to verify that the Institution or the programme continues to meet and/or exceed the Norms and Standards prescribed by regulator from time to time. It is a kind of recognition which indicates that a programme or Institution fulfills certain standards.
In India we have NBA ( National Board of Accreditation)
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I wish to get suggestions on how to use it for lower grade students learning assessment and few examples will help me a lot.
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Hi Deki, Curriculum mapping allows educators to collect and record curriculum-related data that identifies core skills and content taught, processes employed, and assessments used for each subject area and grade level.Best regards
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There are many similarities. Teaching and pedagogy have products: curricula. They have audience /niches: mixed capability classes. They have marketing research inputs: difficulties, misconceptions.
Job9dy denies that one fan design a kesson based on these marketing analysis alone. But no one had suggested to merge the two fields for education's benefit.
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Yes, it can be marketable, if you have discovered new doable strategies which are applicable for today's learners.
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... or whether art and design is of central importance in the nationwide curricula (especially with regard to general competences)?
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Thank you Abdulla Aldarayseh!
Does the answer mean that in the United Arab Emirates art education is particularly important in the school curriculum?
I really hope so...
Maybe you can specify it a little more. Special thanks!!
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With the transition to blended learning and full adoption of e-learning necessitated by the Covid-19 pandemic, many institutions have adopted blended learning to achieve flexibility in learning. Most authors agree that technology can aid in achieving flexibility in a blended learning curriculum but the flexibility lies more on pedagogy than on technology as many authors have shown. How technology contributes to flexibility has not been substantiated yet. In the paper I am currently working on, I used the concept of technological affordances to investigate how a technological tool used in learning can contribute to curriculum flexibility. I am proposing a model to predict curriculum flexibility, so I want to know if there are existing validated measures for curriculum flexibility and technological affordance
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Technology affordance(s) can measure flexibility in a blended learning curriculum in situations whereby the audience to capability to afford the available mobile devices, laptops, desktop computers gadgets, purchase of internet data, and all other necessary facilities to be used for Blended learning purposes.
Therefore, the flexibility of the blended learning curriculum can be measured in different levels;
1- according to the 3 levels of social stratification of its audience....Low income parents, Middle class, High class
2- 2 levels of Environmental Location- Rural and Urban
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Dear Nima A. Hussein . You can always do assessment to your students by your continuous questions during the lecture . I think this is the best way of assessment .
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I am not satisfied with the level of teaching and teaching methods at my university. My university's classroom facilities are insufficient and poorly equipped to provide modern teaching aids. It is not possible for teachers to use innovative teaching techniques and new approaches to effectively engage and involve students in academic activities.
Appropriate performance assessment procedures are absent there. Here, the major portions of marks are for summative assessments and a very little portion is for formative assessments. So students' involvement in learning throughout the academic session by effective participation and cooperation is not possible. Earning scores and grades are more important to the students than achieving the learning outcomes of the courses. Though we are struggling hard for an outcome-based curriculum there remain traditional and outdated courses, which are not relevant to the need-assessment of the present job market.
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If a new curriculum is introduced in education system,for instance the new Competency-Based curriculum recently introduced in Kenya, what initiatives caan the government need to undertake to ensure existing ICT tools remain relevant?
Please share your ideas
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Which field you are focusing that the existing ICT equipments relevant to the new curriculum.
Either medical or social sciences or engineering because all the disciplines have been using the ICT forever whether it outdated or updated curriculum in developing countries mostly.
Kenyan Government actually is helping their citizens to buy tax free computer items in order to promote the computer knowledge and skills among the stakeholders.
Whatever it may be situation but the ICT of old and modern has great impact in transforming the academic educational system where the stakeholders are looking for the maximum benefit from the Government.
Government policies are conducive to promote the education with the help of the ICT equipments by technical know-how of the specific field.
It is macro level idea of the Government to make their citizens are to be more efficient in the field of technical fields because the adoption of the new technologies need further inculcate process to lift them.
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I will be working on my dissertation for my Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction.
Can somebody please help me in choosing a topic? I appreciate any help you can provide.
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Where is the supervisor? He/she is the most suitable person to answer you.
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Hello Nima - In the Australian context 'postgraduate' study would tend to relate to Honours and Masters level study and be distinguished from higher degree research or doctoral study - so between undergraduate and Ph.D. study!
I am not sure if your question relates to the assessment of students' READINESS to undertake Honiours/Masters study or assessment of the OUTCOMES of their work at Honours or Masters Level. There are clear published criteria for the latter incorporating AQF (Australian Qualifications Framework) expectations.
I expect that you probably are thinking in terms of 'readiness'. There will be variability around whether postgraduate students have undertaken original research in their undergraduate degrees. As Medhat implies, most Honours and Masters programs will incorporate a form of 'research methods' preparation. This will include 'how to' work on things like undertaking literature reviews, methodology options, ethical issues and data analysis. Quality, organization and coherence of written communication is also clearly crucial. Assessments of students' capacity to undertake Honiurs and Masters work will look at students' prior academic track record and will always benefit from a face-to-face conversation with the student to assess their initial thinking and motivation.
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My research is about the evaluation of curriculum (one subject of social sciences) at higher secondary level by using the CIPP model. I developed Research questions based on CIPP model.
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Mainly it depends on the objectives of your evaluation, but if you use JAP test, in my opinion it will very beneficial for you.
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Why not medical humanities are not considered in curricula of medical schools in the Middle East?
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The deteriorating ethics of medical professionals clearly indicate that the medical education is not well embedded in humanities that transcends technical boundaries of professional competence. Since the medical curricula is developed by these professionals they are not able to see and then make up this deficiency.
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Curriculum models
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Dear Nonjabulo Mndaba . The syllabus of any course should consistent with the teaching philosophy and learning content.
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I am a Professor of a university which is having its campuses in different parts of the globe and there are many professors in different fields. We are all taking various faculty development programmes across different domains of Engineering, science. Most of this technical certifications are of very high order. However with research and teaching being part of our curriculum I would like to ask you to suggest a few online course which can be done for ABET and other accreditation and useful for the education industry point of work since I have to continue my work as a professor and it will involve gradation also.
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From what I understand you need suggestions on short training courses, I think if what matters is building a global academic view, you should aim at training in public policies and delve into educational ones.
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Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which students acquire the knowledge by using his perception.
It is of high importance now that the attitudes,skills and emotions are taught at the same level across the academia by making SEL a mandatory component of curriculum.
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SEL is helpful to both children and adults, increasing self-awareness, academic achievement, and positive behaviors both in and out of the classroom. From an academic standpoint, students who participated in SEL programs saw an 11 percentile increase in their overall grades and better attendance.
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I'm in seach of a reseachable topic in the area of curriculum innovation and transformation, then the sub areas i can review literature in the study of the topic.can i get help please?
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A move from sequential and thematic curiculums to more brain-science informed structural design is a concept that has never been pursued fully. Another idea is to use topical units based on informal titles
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Like I want to prepare a senior secondary Biology Subject curriculum block for instruction.
I need the block format, the contents examples etc
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I'm a maths teacher by profession - but here's a few bullet points:
* allow time to pre-assess find out what learners know already
* allow time to cycle through the curriculum twice,
* once at the level the pre assess indicates and to set the ground work of the big picture,
* cycle through the curriculum a 2nd time to either review what wasn't learned or teach to greater depth what was learned
* use retrieval practice questions to follow on from teaching (in maths about 30% of learners forget what they learned in less than a week, but if reviewed by questions within e.g. 5 days and depending on response 2 further weeks or fewer, the retention for learners will be much higher).
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Do teachers in schools engage in curriculum planning and decision making? How?
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في كل الدول العالم نعم فقط العراق من خلال للجان في وزارة التربية
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The situation in underdeveloped economies (or as termed by the United Nations "Least Developed Countries") is that education barely provides the corporate sector with a qualified workforce.
In developed economies, Entrepreneurship is oriented as a course or degree targeting individuals aiming to acquire the skills required for undertaking entrepreneurial activities. However, in underdeveloped economies, individuals join universities for education for the purpose of securing a job opportunity.
Now, what could the best course of action be?
Could orienting Entrepreneurship as a degree pay off in creating future entrepreneurs in such economies? is it benefitable and contributary?
Or is it better to orient Entrepreneurship through subjects in the curricula rather than establish a track dedicated for entrepreneurship ending with a Batchelor's Degree in Entreprneeurship?
Thank you in advance for your input.
Mugaahed
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Very good question Mugaahed Abdu Kaid Saleh , I wonder what happens if one looks at it from the perspective of Observation vs Necessity.
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I want people to share the ideas regarding local curriculum.
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I will be happy to help you out on this topic if you send me the details you are looking for.
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I have published a paper (in French) regarding curriculum analysis and fiction. This paper was inspired by a paper form Eric Margolis concerning Harry Potter's school. I have found other references concerning Potter's school and I am now interested by other papers concerning curriculum analysis and fictions. It is a good way for me to increase my students' interest to curriculum analysis. Could you help me? What is your opinion about it?<br />
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نعم سمعت عن القصة التاريجية وهي احدى اساليب طريقة الالقاء
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In reading papers in scientific journals, I am sometimes concerned about reports of coincidences between one phenomenon and another, without any apparent testing by prediction or, more generally, without sufficient scrutinizing of the seeming results. This causes me to I wonder if the standard college curriculum for science majors should include a philosophy course on the scientific method and hypothesis testing. I'm not suggesting that every scientific project neatly fits into those rigorous forms, but I do think scientists should at least be mindful of what they are doing relative to classical scientific philosophy. People's thoughts?
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Thank you. Philosophy of science informing research questions and hypotheses should be taught before research methodology and technology.
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Electronics seems to be one of the critical fields of the 21st century with more and more electronic gadgets being developed and existing ones evolving every time. I am wondering whether African curricula should include it more at both primary and secondary level.
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For secondary school students, its okay
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I am searching for a free example of a Peri-operative curriculum
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It is very important subject
Could you please help me and send papers or references about it
Thanks
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I am looking for Phd. topic's and my area of study is Curriculum studies so have read few R.papers but unable to decide need to go with that or need any modification?
if there is a need of change in topic then please help me
1.Analysis on the comparison between National Curriculum 2006 and Single National Curriculum 2020 for Educational Sustainable Development (ESD) in Pakistan.
2.Comparative Study on Single National Curriculum for Understanding Education: Focusing on Curriculums of Pakistan
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-In topic 1, the "comparison between" can be defined and determined based on the same types of data available in both time points: 2006 and 2020. In such a case it should be also reasonable to provide data and interpret them in between the period 2006-2020, revealing the evolutionary characteristics of the criteria of comparison decided.
-In topic 2, the research objective of "focusing on Curriculums of Pakistan" sounds too general, thus, preliminary definition and determination of the:
a) level of education: primary, secondary, b) courses compared: environmental, agricultural, vocational-technical, c) chronological development of curricula within a period in which data are available,
they can be considered. It is important the comparisons to be structured on one or more common (data)bases of analysis, accordingly. Besides, conclusions of generalized applicability should be challenged and drawn, beyond the Pakistani educational system.
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I have experienced and also heard others talk about how the K-12 curriculum is not rigorous enough to prepare students for the rigor of college studies. I am interested in discovering how these claims can be tested. What tools or strategies can be used to meaasure the impact of the K-12 curriculum on students' readiness for college?
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هذا يحتاج إلى الاخذ بنظر الاعتبار اعداد الطلبة ونوعية الدورات المعطاة والكلفة التي سيتم تحميلها من أجل الاعداد لاستيعابهم وجاهزين الكلية وأمور أخرى يمكن من خلالها قياس أداء الكلية
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Can anyone point me to resources on how to evaluate the computing curriculum at both the K-12 and college levels? Thank you.
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Dear Dr Mercy Oluwadara Jaiyeola See the following useful RG link:
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How can we make education today an education for life, not just for achievement?
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تختلف استراتيجيات العمل بحسب الاهتمام الحكومي من جهة وبوجود متخصصين اكفاء قادرين على مواكبة حركة التطور العلمي المعاصر
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Theoretical framework on subject integration in a secondary school curriculum.
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Hi Helen,
I think a variety of factors need to be taken into account, including subject specific factors, degree of integration, curriculum boundaries, context, curriculum aims, your stance on knowledge, the relationship between curriculum and assessment, etc. And really to determine what kind of integrated curriculum you are aiming for in the end.
Have a look at this:
And for more on powerful knowledge, look at Michael Young though he is very much into separate subjects but this can be used as contrast.
For an aims based, more integrated curriculum, look at this:
For a revisit of the curriculum:
For a view of integration:
Hope this helps.
Dima
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After following a recommendation to read: "Your First Year Teaching Computer Science" by Chris Gregg, I wondered what other resources teachers have made us when teaching? Definitely interested the focused area of Chemical Engineering and closely related interdisciplinary fields that are part of Chemical Engineering curriculum. Even more specifically, resources that early teachers found to be effective in the long run. Look forward to deeper discussion!
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I have talked with several prestigious professors in Chemical Engineering field about this question as well. Based on what I have been told, the best texts or resources you can start with are the ones that are tightly related to your research area. Take myself for example, most of my research over the years has been focusing on the biomass energy and waste management. If I devote myself to the academic area, I would start getting more familiar with the teaching resources/texts/articles in this similar areas too, since I have a deeper understanding in the theoretical principles and industrial applications. The core courses such as the big three etc. are definitely attractive, but also challenging. I would gain some teaching experience (volunteer experience also counts) first in some basic courses, such as bioenergy reviews, engineering programming, engineering math and so on, which are widely taught among colleges and not difficult to get down to.
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Also, what specific statistical test would you use to determine if the new curriculum was "better" than the old one?
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Agree with Steve Schneider you need to clearly define the research questions so the right methodology; qualitative, quantitative or mixed could be applied.
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I would like to work on Environmental Education as a general topic for my thesis, specifically how it is integrated into the language curriculum.
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You can start by reading generally about the environment. Then, you move on to read Brian Tomlinson's. Tomlinson's work is centered on materials development. For example, you can consult:
Tomlinson, B. (2011). Materials Development for Language Teachers. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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In terms of the training of trainers
Curricula
Material and human resources
Cooperation
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Emotional student support and innovative technologies
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My research question is about the impact of pedagogy and Curriculum on students' participation. I have read many references but coyld not find themes related to Curriculum in particular. Is there anyone who has Curriculum themes that May inspire me. Because participants did not say a lot about Curriculum???
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Hi! I think we can understand ”curriculum” as the ”What to learn?” and that it is i portant to keep apart from the ”How to learn?” and the ”Why to learn?” questions. The critical reflection training and the application is often part of the How question, but could/perhaps should, be a clear part of the curriculum itself instead.
A problem is that the What? is often formulated by tradition or by the educational providers own needs and resources, instead of being an evidence-based part of what the student obviously needs in the future for what he/she is educated for.
i have the feeling that a lot of curricula must be updated in the education society in whichwe live. It cannot any longer be reasonable to hard-code as much as possible of existing knowledge of everything relevant into students heads - we must think of education differently because it changes constantly, step by step. It is not a really valid argument either that a student will understand new things easier if she/he knows the old.
An interesting discussion of the What/How/Why of learning is made by prof Luciano Floridi in the paper ”E-ducation and the languages of information”. He considers the often discussed ”How” of information as a workable problem, the challenge is the ”What” to learn in the future, and also the tricky question of Why. I find his discussion fresh and interesting. See the attached article.
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My research question is about the impact of pedagogy and Curriculum on students' participation. I have read many references but coyld not find themes related to Curriculum in particular. Is there anyone who has Curriculum themes that May inspire me. Because participants did not say a lot about Curriculum???
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In this condition you have high creative and new ideas. But i try to help you if i could.
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Fellow teachers.
If you would be so kind as to take a 10 question (plus demographic info) questionnaire to help me complete my Master's Thesis I would greatly appreciate it. The survey has to do with K-12 teacher opinions regarding race and education, a hot topic given the news of school board meetings, curriculum changes etc. . Many thanks!
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Done. All the best in the research and I kindly request you share the outcome.
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curriculum statement: With China's support for western education work, the urban-rural education gap has narrowed to a certain extent, but volunteers to rural primary school students to teach knowledge still face a lot of embarrassment. Take the knowledge of teaching area as an example, let students calculate the use of square bricks to lay conference rooms, let students use square bricks to lay a swimming pool, ask how many square bricks are needed. Students don't know what square bricks are, they haven't seen a conference room made of square bricks, and they don't know what the swimming pool looks like. The carrier of curriculum knowledge is completely unfamiliar, which seriously restricts the students' interest in learning and the improvement of learning effect, how to solve it? Qualitative research methods: I will use the research methods of surveys and interviews as the key research methods, and then use the form of questionnaires to list key issues as an auxiliary study, and finally combine the relevant data in recent years to make a final summary. Data survey population: in the village primary school students, rural primary school teachers, graduated students, parents of students. Interview the rural primary school students, to understand what is the most lack of knowledge? Is there a scenario practice course, the future teaching age stage and content and training steps and methods are clear, want the school to give the greatest help? Do you want to change the carrier of curriculum knowledge from strange to familiar, so that education and teaching and students' life combined? Interviewing serving teachers, the main purpose is to understand what their biggest teaching difficulties are now, what is the most lack of ability, full of dissatisfaction with their own teaching results, in order to allow students to better grasp the area of knowledge, in the teaching process do not consider the teaching materials of the case into the students' daily life common? From the graduates and parents this side is mainly to understand, the rural school teaching effect is not satisfied. Do you want village schools to often organize students to go into nature, breathe the breath of nature, feel the washing of nature on the human body and mind? Through the above research methods, we can analyze the necessity and urgency of adding local resource (localization) curriculum to the rural primary school curriculum!
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I also agree with you opinion....
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The temptation in all the remodeling of the study plans to train teachers that I have experienced, faced with a new strong point of interest, has been to introduce a subject that caters for it. Thus, environmental education, for example, has been the curriculum of Spain for more than 25 years.
Now the SDGs are the focus of attention, and the university is committed to developing them. the challenge is to do it from the established curricular subjects
Educational mathematics is developed in three or four subjects of each training curriculum, and has to embrace achieving the teacher's competence development to teach school mathematics and also, the purpose of working on the SDG, how can we do it?
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Sorry Ariful, it is not about technology to assume the question, it is about how in the knowledge that you must work on the subject you teach, you are able to integrate the SDG-2030 with meaning for the subject, for the students and for the degree or degree they study !!
Thanks for your interest
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Historically, the official curriculum does not belong to the teachers, leading to a series of implications for the quality of education and curriculum theory.
"The Curriculum has been one more field of decisions for politicians and administrators, often mixing in the same figure, who need little technical and theoretical discourse for their management in a first stage. Decisions about the curriculum, its own design and reform, took place outside the school system and outside teachers." (Sacristán, p. 33, 2000)
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The official curriculum should not be too prescriptive. It should not go beyond providing broad guidelines so that there is enough room for for individual teacher creativity and initiative. Unfortunately the official curriculum in many countries is presented as a one-size-fits-all and downplays local conditions and needs.
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Does anyone have videos of the QIP Short Term Course on Advanced Ceramics and Composites for Multifunctional Applications (1-6 March 2021)? If anyone has the course videos of IIT Kanpur, please let me know. I need that lecture videos.
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yes I think
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Classic literature drawn from the canonical collections which are the mainstay of the English literature curriculum often incorporate the discussion of ethical issues. The examples of Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, Samuel Butler and Jane Austen are typically utilised in moral education programmes. Since such works reflect ethical principles which belong to pre-modern society and culture, how legitimate is it to use them as vehicles for moral learning and teaching?
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I agree with you about universal values and would offer the following from C.S. Lewis’s Introduction to On The Incarnation by Athanasius:
"Every age has its own outlook. It is specially good at seeing certain truths and specially liable to make certain mistakes. We all, therefore, need the books that will correct the characteristic mistakes of our own period. And that means the old books. All contemporary writers share to some extent the contemporary outlook - even those, like myself, who seem most opposed to it. Nothing strikes me more when I read the controversies of past ages than the fact that both sides were usually assuming without question a good deal which we should now absolutely deny. They thought that they were as completely opposed as two sides could be, but in fact they were all the time secretly united - united with each other and against earlier and later ages - by a great mass of common assumptions. We may be sure that the characteristic blindness of the twentieth century – the blindness about which posterity will ask, "But how could they have thought that?" - lies where we have never suspected it, and concerns something about which there is untroubled agreement between Hitler and President Roosevelt or between Mr. H. G. Wells and Karl Barth. None of us can fully escape this blindness, but we shall certainly increase it, and weaken our guard against it, if we read only modern books. Where they are true, they will give us truths which we half knew already. Where they are false, they will aggravate the error with which we are already dangerously ill. The only palliative is to keep the clean sea breeze of the centuries blowing through our minds, and this can be done only by reading old books. Not, of course, that there is any magic about the past. People were no cleverer then than they are now; they made as many mistakes as we. But not the same mistakes. They will not flatter us in the errors we are already committing; and their own errors, being now open and palpable, will not endanger us. Two heads are better than one, not because either is infallible, but because they are unlikely to go wrong in the same direction. To be sure, the books of the future would be just as good a corrective as the books of the past, but unfortunately, we cannot get at them."
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I want to know some research projects that I can work for in my academic curriculum in materials engineering
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You can work with aquatic quantum materials discovered by me. At a concentration near the critical concentration of the formation of spherical micelles of ionic surfactants and in the region of the conformational transition of polyelectrolytes in water, quantum fluctuations of stretching and torsional modes of water appear, which create pulsating cavities for micelles and coils. It is necessary to study these phase transitions and investigate the energy of thermal and quantum fluctuations. For full details read my articles and patents.
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We are calling for a paradigm shift in engineering education. In times of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (“4IR”), a myriad of potential changes is affecting all industrial sectors leading to increased ambiguity that makes it impossible to predict what lies ahead of us. Thus, incremental culture change in education is not an option anymore. The vast majority of engineering education and training systems, having remained mostly static and underinvested in for decades, are largely inadequate for the new 4IR labor markets. Some positive developments in changing the direction of the engineering education sector can be observed. Novel approaches of engineering education already deliver distinctive, student-centered curricular experiences within an integrated and unified educational approach. We must educate engineering students for a future whose main characteristics are volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity. Talent and skills gaps across all industries are poised to grow in the years to come. Therefore, promote an engineering curriculum that combines timeless didactic tradition, such as Socratic inquiry, project-based learning, and first-principles thinking with novel elements (e.g. student-centered active and e-learning by focusing on the case study and apprenticeship pedagogical methods) as well as a refocused engineering skillset and knowledge. These capabilities reinforce engineering students’ perceptions of the world and the subsequent decisions they make. This 4IR engineering curriculum will prepare engineering students to become curious engineers and excellent communicators better navigating increasingly complex multistakeholder ecosystems.
What are your opinions?
What are your insights?
Do you know great articles or books which cover this topic well?
Many thanks for your perspective!
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Also, Dr M.M. Bühler : The Industrial Revolution brought several important changes to the field of education by making education accessible for children of all socioeconomic backgrounds and setting laws making education a requirement. The government, for the first time in history, allocated funds to promote education in schools. See the link: https://www.mvorganizing.org/how-did-the-industrial-revolution-impact-education-in-the-united-states/
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The online teaching-learning during the Covid pandemic worldwide has made many universities and colleges shift their focus from 'quality in education' to the mere survivor mode. There are instances of merging of programs and curriculum as a cost-cutting measure. What is your opinion on this Casualization process? How will it affect the employability of the current students?
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I fully agree and support the opinion of my colleague Nibedita Nath. Thanks!
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School curriculum change and improvement 
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Technology
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I need literature on this topic
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you can save or download this article from your ResearchGate
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As we move forward to dismantle racism within education, it is important to identify and share effective strategies to elevate the curriculum to a higher standard that recognizes and celebrates global diversity.
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Teacher should plan to connect Students with literature to learn new things they have to Look for resources beyond the textbook and involve them in the self learning, imagination based activities, and allow them to learn from their own experiences by engaging day-to-day activities means give them chance to present their skills by time to time. This may create enjoyment in the classroom to increase their capacity.
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An intent to understand, evaluate and assess the academic curriculum module of Building Services in relation to the Architecture Profession. We have witnessed to be following a Course Curriculum that has seen minimal revisions and upgradations. The Academic Curriculum is approx. 25-30 Years. It is in subsequent demand of revisions with Updates Trends and Techniques to have an efficient Building Metabolism. And, these questionnaires will help in bringing us an inch closer to integrate the curriculum with trending practices.
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Building functions can not be executed properly without building services. Day by day the mode of building services are changing. According to the digitalization, some services are extremely energy oriented, some of them are depended on context, even climate. To understand one of the core aspects for building design , evaluation and assessment, the academic curriculum module of Building Services , I think a mandatory subject to study.
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Answers must be related to the current period of educational development, which is reflected in the concept, nature, and system of teaching in various specialized fields.
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A good starting point would be to try to determine what is curriculum and what is didactics. The curriculum is a public policy when it is determined by the decision-making bodies that have the power, so one should limit very well what one wants to investigate, since the subject is extremely broad.
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I have noted that, there are various models for analysing the curriculum. However, I havent seen a model that specifically analyses the extent to which gender is mainstreamed into a particular curriculum.
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You can look for research that discusses, for example, the influence of gender on curriculum design, equality policies in higher education, or gender ratios. From there you can propose a model of curriculum analysis and it would surely be a great contribution on your part.
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Curriculum Reform
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Am in support of Daniela Sorea
Health education should be a general priority, with respect to the early childhood curriculum, but this should also include naturopathy and a more human-species-appropriate life-style, e.g. walking barefoot.
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brief explanation.
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Outcome Based Education (OBE) is a set of indicators where the Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) and Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) are specified. Here objectives of all courses under a program are aligned to PEOs and Courses' Learning Outcomes (CLOs) are aligned to PLOs. Learning Outcomes of all courses (CLOs) and Program (PLOs) must be measurable to observe the achievements of the students. After completion of the program, the Graduate Profile or Employability skills also have to be specified in OBE.
Overall, looking at all sorts of program outcomes is Outcome Based Curriculum which is totally different from only content based syllabus.
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show the good practice that happened
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Study the language, and understand how and why local people place a value on words that represent what is significant to life in the community. Let the curriculum integrate how the young can learn from their elders' livelihoods to build on those achievement. Yes, allow the children to experience those practices that have been found valuable, and use education to improve the students' world.
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I might reword it in the following way,
'Validation of Pedagogy in Early Child Care Curriculum in Singapore'
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Dear Academicians,
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The word curriculum has its roots in the Latin word for track or race course. From there it came to mean course of study or syllabus. ... In contemporary medical education it is argued that the curriculum should achieve a “symbiosis” with the health services and communities in which the students will serve.
The first two years of medical school are a mixture of classroom and lab time. Students take classes in basic sciences, such as anatomy, biochemistry, microbiology, pathology and pharmacology. They also learn the basics of interviewing and examining a patient.
Need you suggestions for curriculum development for the medical school graduates.
Thank you.....!!!
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Dear Dr, Christian Jost - Unpleasent truth !!
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Although the interests that exist around health and PE have a good sense and meaning, they may not be as benign as, ironically, they think they are. So, what are the risks of Medicine dictating the aims of Physical Education?
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I Follow.
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I am interested in the approaches of the new PE curricula. Any information in this regard will be welcome.
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Sorry but I really don't know.............My greetings
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I want to study the impact of communication skills syllabus , a mandatory subject for the professional courses. How to measure whether the student has achieved the specific learning goals or not?
Academic performance is one method to check the impact .
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Measure the impact of curriculum on student, the teacher can see the student assessment is an important aspect of curriculum evaluation which helps to facilitate the understanding of the impact and outcome of education program. A fundamental measure of the success of any curriculum is the quality of student learning. Knowing the extent to which students have achieved the outcomes specified in the curriculum is fundamental to both improving teaching and evaluating the curriculum
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Most schools use ICT tools to ease the load on teachers overburdened teachers, enable full coverage of the school curriculum and make learning fun. Do you agree?
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ICT permits teachers to generate and adjust resources rapidly and effortlessly. ICT tools permit access to an extensive scope of data in numerous set-ups, and interactive whiteboards (IWBs) have become indispensable tools in the teaching space.
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Thank you for all the research provided and your time to reply
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Hi! Maybe you could think of other university subject areas than physical education programs, where scuba diving could be an important skill. Tourism programs of course, but also underwater archeology, zoology and botany (guess these have a better name), etc. Environmental science? Just an idea. You could try approach representatives of such disciplines. A problem will be the costs I guess, but a course package in, as example, archeology including intro in scuba diving could be very attractive for international fee-paying students, and also provide cooperation possibilities with diving schools, etc.
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I am searching for an instrument to measure stakeholders’ perception (students, teachers, parents, Curriculum Officers) on students’ participation in extracurricular sporting activities. Your contribution will be appreciated.
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Thanks all for you valuable contribution.
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I am currently carrying out a study to identify difficult teaching/learning topics in chemistry curriculum. The study will also verify the influence of gender on students and teachers perception of difficult topics in the curriculum.
Which theory(ies) should I adopt for discussion in my literature review?
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I agree that positive thinking can be immediately substituted within the concept of difficult topics, if we consider that the single word is always an “active instrument” in circulation.
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Dear researchers.... I have been working on the integration of art and EEE (Ecological Environmental Education) as a more efficient approach in environmental education,but have not been very much successful in finding an appropriate curriculum for " children" in this regard. I would be glad if you have further information that can guide me through the procedure.
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What is the role of libraries in "decolonization" and "africanization" of the university curriculum?
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The role of libraries is even more than ever before since students are studying online these days. Nonetheless, the libraries must be modernize e.g. digitization and easy to access.
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Faculty are the gatekeepers to admissions and must represent a high diversity level that characterizes students’ needs. Statistics previously shared depict white-faced admission committees tasked with selecting students who personify an institution’s dogma. Logically, to increase diversity, faculty training must support the transformation of their weltanschauung.
So, What factors need to be included in preparing a curriculum in Diversity Training?
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Very interesting topic.
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I want to develop a curriculum that includes a consortium of subjects like AI, Data Analytics, Machine Learning, Evolutionary Optimization techniques and the like. Data Science is one among them.
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Thank you for the information.
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As far as I can gather, CIPP from Stufflebeam is the most suitable one, yet I would like to know if there are other suggestions. Thanks.
#curriculum #english #method #evaluation
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Curriculum evaluation approaches can be objectives-oriented, management-oriented, consumer-oriented, expertise-oriented, adversary-oriented or participant-oriented. I discuss these in more detail in https://www.researchgate.net/publication/295847262_The_quality_of_citizenship_education_in_Harare_primary_schools_An_evaluation_of_curriculum_implementation
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When I was doing research on measuring integrated curriculum and extracurricular activity participation of Chinese students, mixed methods really inspired me and gave me great help.Now as a postgraduate freshman, I have to think deeply about pragmatic paradigm and other research paradigms.Welcome to discuss more recent studies together.Thank you.
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Interesting. Pragmatism is Dewey's concept in education.
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1. How would you describe your overall experience in teaching action research?
2. What are the challenges that you have encountered in teaching the course?
3. Do you have suggestions on how the course could be better taught or delivered. Please describe.
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Dear Sylvester Tan Cortes,
I would be glad to participate and share my personal experience, as well to discuss about the possibilities of development the AR concept and/ or further collaboration.
Regards, Loreta
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In the academic career, many scientific papers or articles are written, but time goes by and the speed of knowledge often makes great works to be considered obsolete. What do you do? Do you continue to publish your scientific articles regardless of the time elapsed?
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Yes,Sure
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In your town or your country, how schools are trying to overcome their education and curriculum gaps during the pandemic process. What should be done for our kids as parents or educator? How can we help our students with program gaps in practice during long closed school days and classrooms.
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most of them interesting in distance education which is useful for this hard situtation
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In 2020 I had completed My M.Phil. and due to corona lockdown, I can not get a visa from the embassy so I worked on different research projects and apply for reviewing the research papers. I have reviewed a paper in Polymer and received a certificate of reviewing. I am also looking for P.hD scholarship so please guide me can I add the information of all research projects and Reviewing certificate in my Curriculum Vitae as an experience? Is it beneficial for the Selection process?
Thanks, A lot for your Comment and precious time in advance.
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Definitely add it......this is a plus. I agree with Medhat Elsahookie
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  • The context of the practical problem: with colleagues at National Agency of Education and Co-creators of renewed National Curriculum (2019-2022) we discuss, how to empower curriculum for General education and to investigate suggestions practical advices/recommendations for teachers?
  • The main challenge to understand educational practice: to investigate, what challenges appears for student and teacher at every lesson? how to make clear examples the integration of P-C-A domains and P-C-A skills, abilities and attitudes development for teachers (pre-primary, primary, basic and secondary education)?
  • The development scientific discussion: how to balance the psychomotor, cognitive and affective skills and attitudes development for different subject areas, curriculum.
  • The need to collect the material for background: to find and share related scientific issues for STEM, Arts, Mathematics, Literature, Technologies, Science, Social sciences curriculum development.
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Dear Joseph Crant , thank you!
I am so glad, that my "dry" question gave you so fruitful and emotional memories :) I will share with my Dad, will check what will be his answer... :)
...at the same time, you developed great idea of the hypothesis, that long-lasting memory has possibility to catch SOME important? memorable? unique? or may be enough spacious or flexible for misunderstanding? so far...
Thank you
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Based on the interruption of the educational process in many universities and schools around the world due to the Corona pandemic, do you think that educational curricula should be developed to be a mixture of traditional and electronic education? To prepare for any emergency that prevents students from going to their universities and schools.
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From my point of view, e-learning alone ( i.e. distance learning) will not succeed without traditional face-to-face learning. Because e-learning hasn't achieved the desired aims or results, traditional learning is better. At least, the hybrid learning (i.e. blended learning) of both of them is better than the traditional one. This is especially true for the developing countries. But there are many stumbling blocks that limit the implementation of online-learning; let me address some of them:
  • Many countries haven't pre-infrastructure to implement this trend of learning.
  • No enough money to buy enough food and, in turn, to buy computers or good mobiles.
  • There aren't enough trained personnel to conduct online teaching which is a core prerequisite.
  • The cultural view of knowledge and learning hasn't reached an adequate level in these poor countries.
According to the aforementioned discussion, e-learning cannot be a substitute for face-to-face learning, it is complementary to classroom teaching.
In conclusion, it grieves me to say the following about this critical issue: there is still a long way to go for resource-deficient countries.
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Everyone in academia is well aware of the fact that in the undeveloped countries dropout ratio is already high as compared to industrialized world. Even now due to COVID-19, majority of the students have not availed online teaching-learning opportunity for approximately one year.
Now main concern is that how they will cover /understand curricula of this odd span of time. Especially, if they are promoted to next grade.
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This is indeed one of the major challenges education faces during COVD-19 times. From my experience of higher education, much is really lost. Many factors are to blame. Mainly, it is the poor infrastructure for the basic needs of lucid e-learning. The consequence is what is lost within curricula. Although strenuous efforts are made by educational institutions and sincere professors, but, still, the loss cannot be denied.
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Social accountability means holding public officials and service providers to account for their actions and performance. Social responsibility is linked to personal accountability and refers to the attitudes of responsible citizens and organizations that consider the impacts of their actions on the wider community. How to embed social accountability into OBE medical curriculum formally?
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Yes, include in
Corporate Governance
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I need to know the reliability of the evaluation results and the rate of achievement of the course objectives, Thank you (*-*).
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In one of my articles "The need for a values-based university curriculum" https://www.universityworldnews.com/post.php?story=2019092415204357 I propose that higher education should adopt a ‘values-based’ curriculum. A values-based curriculum engages the learner on multiple levels (e.g., an understanding and acceptance of their obligations to all humanity, multicultural respect, civic commitment and global consciousness). In your opinion, what are the most important values we should teach to our students? Your opinion matters.
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Ethical values must be taught