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Curriculum Research Frameworks

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  • 1. Toward a Framework for Research-based Curricula
  • 2. Conceptual Understandings
    • Research –based Evidence
    • Market Research
    • Grounded Theory (Research Design)
    • Teacher Personal Theory
    • Curriculum Evaluation
    • Cause and Effect Research
    • Descriptive Research
    • Process Research
    • Research Bias
    • Curriculum Research Validity
    • Curriculum Research Reliability
  • 3. Conceptual Understandings
    • Curriculum System (Process dictates Product)
    • Design, Development, Implementation, Evaluation
    • Research Variables (presage, context, process, outcome)
    • Needs Assessment
  • 4. Discussion Questions
    • Why is the distinction between scientific research and curriculum development important for practitioners to understand?
    • What contemporary social factors are currently influencing research on curriculum?
    • How should curriculum theory, policy, and practice be interrelated within the context of educational research?
    • How is the validity of any curriculum design dependent on a specific learning theory? (Dewey, Piaget, Vygotsky, Bruner, Maslow, Marzano)
  • 5. Discussion Questions (2)
    • How is evaluation significant to curriculum design and research validity?
    • How does the role teachers expect to play in a curriculum development effort affect the actual working procedures when the effort gets underway? (Independent presage vs. dependent process variable).
    • How does the structure of knowledge in a content area affect the ultimate scope of the curriculum? (Independent context vs. dependent outcome variable).

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