Web based and traditional curriculum


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  • Cheating is when a student does not do his or her own work. Plagiarism is when a someone presents another person’s writings as his or her own. And self-plagiarism is when a student turns in the same assignment for two or more courses without permission to do so. Again, sharing information or working with another student when it is not allowed, is called “unpermitted collaboration.” And, a student getting help from another person, when he or she should not, is also academic dishonesty.Misrepresentation: falsely representing oneself, efforts, or abilities;
  • Web based and traditional curriculum

    1. 1. Nina Bitskinashvili (2014) Web-based Curriculum & Traditional Curriculum
    2. 2. What is curriculum? There are many definitions that are correct…………. but for our purposes I define curriculum as : WHAT is taught to students. Nina Bitskinashvili (2014)
    3. 3. How Do We Define Curriculum?  Curriculum is that which is taught at school.  Curriculum is a set of subjects.  Curriculum is content.  Curriculum is a sequence of courses.  Curriculum is a set of performance objectives. Nina Bitskinashvili (2014)
    4. 4. Which are old curriculum… Subject Centered curriculum Board field curriculum Conservative core curriculum Nina Bitskinashvili (2014)
    5. 5. Which are modern curriculum  The child centered curriculum  Activity and experience centered curriculum  Community centered curriculum  Progressive curriculum  Problem-oriented curriculum
    6. 6. The newest one, WEBBASED Curriculum Emphasize design and creativity Laboratory experience Industry-standard modern tools More ICT tools and materials
    7. 7. Traditional Curriculum Development
    8. 8. Contents Step 1 Problem Identification and General Needs Assessment Step 2 Needs Assessment for Targeted Learners Step 3 Goals and Objectives Step 4 Educational Strategies Step 5 Implementation Step 6 Evaluation and Feedback
    9. 9. Five basic phases      planning research development refinement Implementation These five areas work as organizational frameworks for instruction and learning, curriculum development and implementation, student progress and presentation.
    10. 10. Benefits of Web-based curriculum There are seven important functionalities in web-based education: (1) real time announcements, (2) posting of text, html, spreadsheets, videos, PowerPoint, audio files, (3) real time grade book, (4) external links, (5) discussion board and chat rooms, (6) automated quizzes, (7) emails to individuals and list serves.
    11. 11. CMS Goals Web-based curriculum management system (CMS).  Maintain consistency of data  Link courses to programs systematically  Streamline process from beginning to publication  Show curriculum review process
    12. 12. Academic Dishonesty Cheating Plagiarism Self-plagiarism Unpermitted collaboration Inappropriate help Misrepresentation
    13. 13. Necessity of Webbased curriculum A student’s success in today’s world requires not only basic academic skills but also social and collaboration skills, higher order and critical thinking skills, problem solving skills, fluency in communicating in many modes and media, technical skills and the skill to initiate action (Fulton & Honey, 2002).
    14. 14. Positive aspects of Elearning “anywhere, any time, any place” (Honey, 2001) Technologically trained personnel…
    15. 15. Benefits • Within instructor decided limits, the student now picks the place and time to learn. • The student can look at the lecture not once but see it as many times as the student wishes. • Web-based education permits the professor to introduce the student to a much richer variety of text, external links, audios, and videos to the virtual classroom.
    16. 16. Critics Criticism One. The academy has not prepared professors to teach online classes (Speck, 2000: 75). Criticism Two. Web-based education is biased against liberal learning that requires a give and take communication between and among students and the teacher (Carsten and Worsfold, 2000: 83).
    17. 17. Criticism Criticism Three. The online approach eliminates the value of personal relationships in the name of efficiency (Carsten and Worsfold, 2000: 84). Criticism Four. The online approach merely eliminates a student’s literacy because of the over reliance on visual culture (videos, audios, automated quizzes, and so on).
    18. 18. In summary, teachers can abuse both web-based education and traditional education but both can also provide the necessary quality rigorous education….
    19. 19. Web-based education is a reality but it is also a changing reality…