Questions related to Curriculum
Although high school education effectively covers the topic of trigonometric equations, there is a notable lack of emphasis on trigonometric inequalities, with only a limited number of straightforward examples being addressed. This prompts the inquiry of whether the deficiency lies in the curriculum or if there is an insufficient amount of research on linear trigonometric inequalities. What are your valuable thoughts on this matter?
This can be development holistically or in a specific area for children of any age.
From working in early years, I can identify music isn't very present in the curriculum and I think it should be! Just looking to gather some opinions from others :)
A few years ago I published an article on teaching Metrology and the journal is no longer available nor are its archives. If so, should I remove it from my CV?
In curriculum theory, learning, teaching, and assessment are fundamental concepts that shape the educational process. Here are their definitions in relation to curriculum theory:
- Learning: Learning refers to the acquisition, development, and integration of knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values by individuals. It involves the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor processes through which learners construct meaning, make connections, and develop understanding. Learning is an active and dynamic process that occurs through interactions with the environment, including teachers, peers, resources, and experiences. In curriculum theory, the design and implementation of a curriculum aim to facilitate and optimize learning experiences for students.
- Teaching: Teaching involves the deliberate and systematic actions taken by educators to facilitate learning. It encompasses the selection and organization of content, instructional strategies, and learning activities that are aligned with the goals and objectives of the curriculum. Effective teaching involves creating a supportive and engaging learning environment, adapting instructional approaches to meet individual student needs, promoting critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and providing feedback to guide students' progress. In curriculum theory, the design and delivery of teaching methods and practices are central to achieving desired learning outcomes.
- Assessment: Assessment refers to the ongoing process of gathering evidence to evaluate students' learning, understanding, and performance. It involves various methods, such as tests, quizzes, projects, presentations, observations, and portfolios, to measure the extent to which students have achieved the desired learning outcomes. Assessment serves multiple purposes in curriculum theory, including diagnosing students' strengths and weaknesses, monitoring progress, providing feedback for improvement, and determining the effectiveness of instructional strategies and curriculum design. It plays a crucial role in informing instructional decisions, supporting accountability, and promoting continuous improvement in teaching and learning.
In curriculum theory, the interplay between learning, teaching, and assessment is crucial for designing and implementing effective educational programs. These components should be aligned with each other and with the broader goals and philosophy of the curriculum to optimize student's learning experiences and outcomes.
The research questions for the study are as follows:
- Does school exclusion facilitate criminal vulnerability?
- Are students who are excluded from school at higher risk of county lines involvement?
- How does school exclusion affect mental health, allowing criminal groups to take advantage of the individuals vulnerabilities?
- Are any ethnical or cultural minorities more at risk from exclusion?
- How effective are current strategies used for process integration of excluded pupils into provisional education?
- Are excluded students more susceptible to involvement in knife crime?
- How successful are existing strategies to help excluded students access the curriculum?
- Using qualitative research, are there opportunities for the adoption of more preventative strategies for limitation of excluded students' vulnerability in criminal involvement?
Any useful resources would be greatly appreciated.
Some literature/peer suggestions include:
** moving from teacher initiated questions to student initiated about problem solving
** focus on what teacher perceived as challenging areas in each curriculum region
** moving from conceptual instruction to more techinal terms and meaning of scientific terms
** focus on promoting sample exersices that fit to currculum & exam standards basic skills
What are the best ways for educators to leverage AI in the field of education? To create a more personalized, engaging, and efficient learning experience for all students.
The Patient-centered healthcare approach involves empowering patients to take an active role in their care and necessitates that healthcare professionals possess strong communication skills and effectively address patient needs. Additionally, the approach prioritize physical comfort and emotional well-being, as well as respect for patient and family preferences, values, cultural traditions, and socioeconomic conditions.What is the role of f patient-centered healthcare approach in developing medical education curriculum?
I am a PhD student in elementary school curriculum studies, given the subject of my doctoral thesis, can I have your article
I am planning to conduct a qualitative study that basically aims to develop the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Literacy Framework for the Agriculture Curriculum. The framework will explain the curriculum content and appropriate pedagogies use to embed the SDGs into the agriculture curriculum in Malaysia. Any suggestions on which type/approach should I follow to develop the framework? (phenomenology/ethnography/grounded theory/case study)?
What statistical tool should I use to determine if there is a significant relationship between curriculum enhancements and learning growth rate?
in the field of curriculum and instruction, teaching English language, Education
Effective strategies for incorporating Emotional Intelligence (EI) training in life skills education include interactive games for young learners, real-life scenarios and reflective exercises for adolescents, workshops and extracurricular activities for older students, involving teachers, parents, and mental health professionals, and leveraging technology for enhanced accessibility.
I hope everything is fine at your end. I would like to invite you to participate in my research entitled "Scale Development of a Tool to Measure Gender-Responsive Teacher Education Curriculum (G-RTEC).
This project aims to create a scale that can effectively assess teacher education curricula in terms of their gender responsiveness. By developing this scale, we aim to contribute to the improvement of teacher education programs and promote gender equality in the field of education. The scale consists of only 36 items, along with an optional comment section, which will provide valuable insights into your perceptions and experiences, and other preliminary personal questions.
I hope you will take time to respond to my scale.
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The decision of whether or not to add the rural primary school curriculum to local resources through a process of localization reform involves various considerations and can be subject to debate. Here are a few arguments that support the idea of including the curriculum as part of localization reform:
- Cultural Relevance: Incorporating the rural primary school curriculum into local resources ensures that the education provided is culturally relevant and meaningful to the students in rural areas. Localizing the curriculum can include integrating local languages, traditions, values, and knowledge into the educational content, making it more relatable and engaging for students.
- Contextual Understanding: Localizing the curriculum allows for a deeper understanding of the specific challenges, needs, and aspirations of rural communities. By including their perspectives and experiences in the curriculum, students can develop a greater sense of belonging, identity, and pride in their heritage.
- Community Empowerment: Localization reform can empower local communities by involving them in the decision-making process and giving them a voice in shaping the education system. This engagement can lead to increased community ownership, participation, and support for education, ultimately contributing to better learning outcomes for students.
- Relevance to Livelihoods: Rural areas often have unique economic activities and livelihoods. By incorporating this knowledge into the curriculum, students can develop skills, attitudes, and knowledge relevant to their local environment. This can help prepare them for future employment opportunities within their communities, reducing the rural-urban divide and fostering local development.
- Addressing Educational Disparities: Rural communities often face educational disparities, including limited access to resources, qualified teachers, and quality education. Localization reform can be an effective strategy to bridge these gaps by tailoring the curriculum to the specific needs and challenges faced by rural students, ensuring equal educational opportunities for all.
However, it's important to note that there may be differing perspectives on this matter, and there may be valid arguments against adding the rural primary school curriculum to local resources. It's crucial to engage in a thoughtful and inclusive dialogue involving educators, policymakers, community members, and relevant stakeholders to determine the most appropriate approach to curriculum development and localization in rural areas.
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Where can I find statistics on teachers limiting play based learning for more direct instruction in NK-3rd grade classroom due to perceptions on lack of knowledge for use of play based curriculum to drive instruction or other barriers like time, economics, accountability to standards, etc.?
Necesito publicaciones o los nombres de quienes hayan o estén trabajando en ensenanza interdisciplinaria de las Ciencias Naturales. Particularmente me interesa sobre formación docente y currículum para el nivel medio de enseñanza (secundaria).
Muchas gracias, Gastón
It is well known that the actual needs lead us to design/develop a curriculum with interdisciplinary characteristics in high school. But, how to evaluate if this kind of project/document (as a part of designed curriculum) has achieved its interdisciplinary goals? What are the criteria to assess/research this matter? Could you suggest me papers or books for study this question, please?
Thank you for your answers. Best regards
How do mirror neurons relate to the ethics of care in education?
Any ideas for inclusive pedagogy teacher to curriculum change with themes of ethics of care.
How to select materials ?
How to design an assessment?
How to create a logical sequencing between different course syllabi ?
Respectfully, if you work at the University of Michigan, you can send me Dnp (nursing) curriculum?
ACM and IEEE-CS Release Computing Curricula 2020, Global Guidelines for Baccalaureate Degrees in Computing. The Association for Computing Machinery and the IEEE Computer Society have issued Computing Curricula 2020 (CC2020): Paradigms for Global Computing Education. Developed by a 50-member task force drawn from 20 countries, CC2020 outlines international recommendations for baccalaureate degrees in computing.
CC2020 is designed to be comprehensive, delineating the latest curricula for computing disciplines including computer engineering, computer science, information systems, information technology, and software engineering. CC2020 builds upon a CC2005 report by including new disciplines such as cybersecurity and data science, as well as other significant “add-ons” to reflect the changing dynamics of computing, computing education research, and the workplace. These additions include:
- Transitioning from knowledge-based learning to competency-based learning
- Expanding curricular and competency diagrams and visualizations
- Establishing an interactive website that will bring CC2020 results to public use
- Charting a framework for future curricular activities
“A key theme of the CC2020 report is that students must have the requisite knowledge and skills but that their education must go beyond these important building blocks to foster competencies.”
source: ACM and IEEE-CS Release Computing Curricula 2020, Global Guidelines for Baccalaureate Degrees in Computing
What is the current readiness of K-12 schools to implement artificial intelligence (AI) in their curriculums, and what are the key challenges that they face in adopting AI technology?
What parameters do you know will support in assessing school readiness?
ChatGPT suggested: Here are some journal papers that describe validated instruments for measuring curriculum flexibility in blended learning.
I can't find the paper below in any online database not even from my institutional account. Please help me!
- Ananthanarayanan, V., & Kolasani, K. R. (2020). Development and validation of an instrument to measure curriculum flexibility in blended learning. Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 23(1), 134-144.
- Haider, S., & Naghdi, S. (2021). Development and validation of an instrument to measure curriculum flexibility in blended learning environments. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET), 16(2), 164-178.
- Xie, K., Chen, Y., & Lin, T. (2020). Measuring curriculum flexibility in blended learning: development and validation of a scale. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 58(5), 1163-1181.
- Jiang, S., Liu, M., & Zhang, W. (2021). Validating a scale for measuring curriculum flexibility in blended learning. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET), 16(4), 55-71.
- Lin, J., Li, Y., & Li, Y. (2020). Development and validation of an instrument for measuring curriculum flexibility in blended learning. Education and Information Technologies, 25(6), 5135-5148
Time is a most perishable asset and constraint in virtually or daily tasks and activities of individuals, groups and organizations, yet it appears there is no commensurate and deliberate attempt to manage it optimally. This results to time losses and avoidable negative consequences in resource optimization behaviors of organizations
High school physics does not have the best affective appeal - not reputation among general student population-possibly due to content emphasis. Affective aspects however are important in early to mid stages of education.
Torques, circular motion and coulomb fields are depressing topics to the scientifically inadept; even more modern physics topics and high esteem terms like "constructive superposition" of waves and related phenomena do not faire better.
One however has to keep in mind that the mission of k 12 is to build some conceptual& skillsets/deep understandings that the next generations of scientists should have. Appeal is quarabteed what ever the topic choice for the later.
So the compromise is hard-leading to current win-lose solutions.
Suggestions such as for incorporation of whole year curricula on exciting, high contemporary culture status topics like radioactivity, laser apps, Vacuum conductivity have been raised to be balanced with half year courses on scientific method-a facelifted version of mentioned depressing content with deenpasis on content to teach skills/conceptual areas but keep things attractive to general population are still to gain persuasive power to be adopted.
The concept of formal system and/or its properties is present frequently in many practical and theoretical components of computer science methods, tools, theories, etc.
But it is frequent too, finding some non rigorous interpretations of formal. For example, in several definitions of ontology, formal is understood as something that "computer can understand".
Does the computer science specialist, BSc, need to know that concept? Are it and its properties useful for them?
A lot of factors affect curriculum planning. Among them include changes in social, cultural, economic, political and globalization issues. How has curriculum planning at all levels been influenced by these social variables?
There are a few point to consider in this issue
Points pro current emphasis
1. Math is the backbone of a physical theory. Good representation, good quantities of a theory, phenomena but bad math makes for bad theory
2. There is a general skepticism for reconsidering role of mathematized approach in physics Masters syllabi/upgrading role of literature/essay
2. Humans communicate, learn, think & develop construct via language
1. Math is the elements in theory and "physics product" that is responsible for precision& prediction. Indespensible though, it exists in the mind of some individuals & function as well, in parallel with conception, physical arguments
2. Not all models in physics are mathematical. Some are conceptual
3. Formulations of solutions to physics problems via math techniques and methods is def of mathematical physics. However, this is a certain % of domain of skills.
But syllabus focuses 100% on this
I am preparing a curriculum for MSc and PhD, I needed a robust curriculum for Event and Leisure, Sustainable Tourism/ Eco-Tourism, MSc Aviation and Tourism Curriculum.
My topic of interest is to research Latino student advocacy. To figure how theories of pedagogy that are asset based frameworks fit into the curriculum and ecology of schools for the advancement of Latino, underserved, marginalized students in any community of the United States. Within this research I will be configuring how critical friendship plays a role in supporting and providing ideas and practices for solution oriented outcomes.
I am originally an engineer but as part of an innovation of our curriculum this year I am teaching Agricultural Economics to MSc students.
I researched a bit online and found books by H. Evan Drummond & John W. Goodwin and Penson quite relavant. However, being new to this field I request you to please give your expert advice regarding the book/curriculum? Additionally, if you have any course material or lecture slides, I would be highly obliged if you could share it with me as a fellow academian.
Extremely grateful to your time and consideration.
If I want to analyze teachers' perspectives on the current STEM curriculum through interviews, which questions should be included?
I want to integrate a set of interview questions to investigate Hong Kong teachers' views on the current STEM curriculum.
Please provide some references to give me more inspiration. Thank you.
The unwritten, unplanned content that makes up the hidden curriculum has its influence on medical students, both positively and negatively. It is crucial for both professional and emotional development, but uncovering hidden curriculum could boost doctors' efficiency
What do you think is the optimum Curriculum Vitae extension and professional data that should be included in it to maximize the chances of getting a postdoctoral position in Europe? Any pertinent experience and commentaries are welcome.
I am a post graduate student presently writing my thesis in the department of curriculum and instructional designs.
Actually I am doing research on how to infuse the social emotional learning in teacher education curriculum because in my country there is lack of emphasis on SEL So after analysis of teacher education curriculum I need recommendation how to make it clear that SEL is very important and should be part of curriculum and which things are easily relate or integrate with SEL in teacher education curriculum.
- Due to the increasing number of disasters both locally and worldwide, Pakistan is striving to include disaster management education in national curricula at all levels of education. However, the government has a number of challenges, including a lack of policy formation and implementation, skilled teachers, and a lack of a formal curriculum. The main purpose of the conversation is to examine the inclusion of DME in national curricula?
Fresh Interns, after passing MBBS, are subjected to residential and rotational training in three major subjects (medicine, surgery and obs-gynae) before the MBBS certificates are finally issued in majority of the medical colleges of the native country. But the curriculum does not include an evaluation test for interns. What can be an objective way of evaluating their training?
I'm researching the gap between the intended and enacted STEM curriculum, but I don't know how to find suitable questionnaires and interview material. Can you be kind to give me some advice? If there is a lack of relevant research tools in STEM, are there other similar tools in STEM-related disciplines that I can refer to? Thank you.
I am doing related research (The Gaps Between Intended STEM Curriculum and Enacted Curriculum ) and hope to know the relevant content worldwide and in other countries or regions. If I can get your generous advice, it will expand my related knowledge. Thank you.
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.
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?
I wish to get suggestions on how to use it for lower grade students learning assessment and few examples will help me a lot.
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.
... or whether art and design is of central importance in the nationwide curricula (especially with regard to general competences)?
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
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
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.
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.