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Curriculum Verbatim: Educators, Philosophers & Curriculum


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This presentation in part represents my research for Competency I as a licensure student at Goddard College in the Education program. Slide annotations are included in the History of School Reform Timeline I will also submit with my packet.

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Curriculum Verbatim: Educators, Philosophers & Curriculum

  1. 1. Curriculum Verbatim:Educators, Philosophers & Curriculum   By Bronwen Abbattista Goddard EDU Program, Competency I August 29, 2012
  2. 2. What is curriculum?
  3. 3. “Curriculum is that process wherebythe school facilitates the integrationof the students’ experiences, plannedand unplanned, in school and out,into a coherent framework havingpersonal meaning for that student.”From a discussion with Arnie Langberg, co-founder of the Harmony Project
  4. 4. In other words,curriculum can be just about anything.
  5. 5. How have people thoughtabout curriculum and pedagogysince the beginning of educationin this country?
  6. 6. Great question!Here’s what some of the mostinfluential figures in educationhave to say…
  7. 7. 1936 Schoolhouses are the republican line Of fortifications. - Horace Mann© CC BY-NC-SA 2010 Matt Shalvatis
  8. 8. The ideal aim of education is creation of power of self-control. - John Dewey© CC BY 2009 Maryam el7aRes
  9. 9. To be a teacher and educator one mustwork with what is taking place in the depths of human nature. - Rudolf Steiner © CC BY-NC-ND 2007 Plam
  10. 10. 1936We become ourselves through others. - Lev Vygotsky
  11. 11. 1934 Intelligence is what you use when you don’t know what to do. - Jean Piaget © CC BY-ND 2010 Wes Peck
  12. 12. Children who are free have much less hate to express than those who are downtrodden. - A. S. Neill© CC BY-NC 2008 Stuart Anthony
  13. 13. We know how to find pearlsin the shells of oysters, goldin the mountains and coal inthe bowels of the earth, butwe are unaware of thespiritual germs, the creativenebulae, that the child hidesin himself. - Maria Montessori© CC BY-NC-ND 2008 Chris JL
  15. 15. Thank you! +Attributions for slide 10Left: © CC BY-NC-ND 2009 Fadzly MubinTop right: © CC BY-NC-ND 2007 Mani BabbarBottom right: © CC BY-NC-SA 2005 Phil Hilfiker