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Emil Pulido Purpose And Content Of A Curriculum

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What is curriculum? What is the Purpose of a curriculum?

What is curriculum? What is the Purpose of a curriculum?

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    Emil  Pulido Purpose And  Content Of A  Curriculum Emil Pulido Purpose And Content Of A Curriculum Presentation Transcript

    • Purpose and Content of a Curriculum How do you define education? How do you define training?
    • Posner’s definitions
      • Education : we cannot predict with any specificity or certainty the situations in which people use what they learn; it is for life
      • Training : ability to predict when people use what they learn; it is job or skills specific
    • Big Question 1
      • How much of schooling or of each subject should we relegate to training and how much to education ?
    • Big Question 2
      • Can you determine which aspects of your curriculum are aimed at training and which at education?
    • Standards
      • Big Question 3
      • What are they?
    • Posner on standards
      • Outline content to be learned
      • “… standards try to strike a balance between content and process….” (p.92)
      • Came out of constructivism
    • Big Question 4
      • Do you agree with Posner’s view about what standards do?
    • Take a break to remember them: are they the curriculum ?
    • Other questions :
      • 5. Does your “curriculum” facilitate student understanding of the content and process espoused by the standards?
      • 6. How are you and your students held accountable for the standards?
      • 7. Are state and national standards in alignment?
    • Take some time out to
      • Ask any questions you want, or to make any comments…and have some mini Oreos while you do so
      • The End