What is activity based curriculum?
The principles behind the activity based approach is that children are "doers" and learn language primarily because they need it and remember new
language better because they have encountered and used it in a realistic situation. Activity based learning recognizes that young children are physical, tactile and use all their senses. It aims to teach language and address a child's
linguistic intelligence while at the same time, developing a child's other intelligences [Gardner, 1988]
Helen L. Burz has written: 'Performance-based curriculum for language arts' -- subject(s): Competency based education, Curriculum planning, Language arts 'Performance-based curriculum for social studies' -- subject(s): Competency based education, Study and teaching, Social sciences, Curriculum planning
Why should you use the objectives and taba models of curriculum design in the process of producing the school curriculum?
Problem relating to the implementation of activity based costing and activity based management system?
H. Lynn Erickson has written: 'Concept-based curriculum and instruction' -- subject(s): Curricula, Standards, Curriculum planning, Education, Interdisciplinary approach in education 'Concept-Based Curriculum and Instruction for the Thinking Classroom' -- subject(s): Curricula, Standards, Curriculum planning, Education, Interdisciplinary approach in education
I think curriculum enhancement is about the changes which are added in a curriculum.Since curriculum is not just the name of specific written material in a text book.Curiculum is based on inside or outside school activities along with the text. A curriculum can be enhanced by adding activities in it , different types of informative competition,or which can share international information of certain topics.These all new addition can be the enhancement of a curriculum.
· Worthen and Sanders (1987) define curriculum evaluation as "the formal determination of the quality, effectiveness, or value of a programme, product, project, process, objective, or curriculum" (p.22-23). · Gay (1985) argues that the aim of curriculum evaluation is to identify its weaknesses and strengths as well as problems encountered in implementation; to improve the curriculum development process; to determine the effectiveness of the curriculum and the returns on finance allocated. · Oliva (1988) defined…
Curriculum mapping is a technique for reviewing the curriculum as it is being taught in a school system. Schools generally set up guidelines for what should be taught in the form of "curriculum templates". Then, for curriculum mapping to occur, teachers need to use a specialized program to actively update on what they have taught thus far in the school year. These updates can be viewed by other teachers and administrators and allow for adjustments…
How do the principles and theories of curriculum development expressed or spelled out in the curriculum of the class?
The principles and theories of curriculum development are used by educators and education planners to construct a curriculum appropriate to the students or the audience. When the curriculum have been drafted, it undergoes analysis in terms of what the students already know or should've known before the course. It is further evaluated according to its structure as well as the number of units accorded to it. When this is done, a course design or instructional…
The hidden curriculum is based on the idea that students learn some knowledge,skills and attitudes from the environment and not only from the official curriculum.The environment here can be the teacher's way of teaching or from peers.for example,A girl child from a single sex school, may be ill at ease in the presence of boys.