Djadja Achmad Sardjana
                    djadja@bapinger.web.id




7/14/2009   ELITE Curricula Discussion       1
Life and Work in the 21st Century
    Rapid change
      Scientific and technological
      Societal, political, economic
...
University as Learning Organizations
Everyone is continually
expanding their capacity to
create
Results they truly desire
...
Teaching Ultimate Goal:
Give Direction to Open Knowledge Gates
  “Teaching all students to think and to be curious is
   m...
“Right Size" Curricula:




7/14/2009     ELITE Curricula Discussion   5
“Right Size" Curricula:
           Critical Question



What kind of capability do we expect
 our students to be learning/...
“Right Size" Curricula:
            Knowing The Purpose




      Once we know the purpose,
what characteristics make good...
Curriculum Paradigm Shift

  TRADITIONAL                                    NEW
 Anything and/or                         T...
“Right Size" Curricula :
No framework = a big mess




7/14/2009   ELITE Curricula Discussion   9
“Right Size" Curricula :
Educational & Organizational Balance




                                              CURITE, 20...
Curricula is a small part
                HIGH PERFORMING SCHOOL SYSTEM

                       SYSTEMIC CONTINUOUS
      ...
Djadja Achmad Sardjana
                    djadja@bapinger.web.id




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Meeting: Right Size Curricula - User Perspective for Elektro ITENAS

  1. 1. Djadja Achmad Sardjana djadja@bapinger.web.id 7/14/2009 ELITE Curricula Discussion 1
  2. 2. Life and Work in the 21st Century Rapid change Scientific and technological Societal, political, economic Evolving demands Flexibility, adaptability Working across boundaries Understanding connections Rethinking educational goals Technological competence Broad skills and perspectives Creative problem solving Effective leadership Rick Vaz Dean, Worcester Polytechnic Institute 7/14/2009 ELITE Curricula Discussion 2
  3. 3. University as Learning Organizations Everyone is continually expanding their capacity to create Results they truly desire New & expansive patterns of thinking Collective aspiration Where everyone is continually learning to See the whole (picture) together Peter Senge (1990) – The Fifth Discipline 2006 7/14/2009 ELITE Curricula Discussion 3
  4. 4. Teaching Ultimate Goal: Give Direction to Open Knowledge Gates “Teaching all students to think and to be curious is much more than a technical problem for which educators, alone, are accountable. And more “Right Size” professional development for teachers and better Curricula textbooks and tests, though necessary, are insufficient as solutions. The problem goes much deeper—to the very way we conceive of the purpose and experience of schooling and what we expect our graduates to know and be able to do.” Tony Wagner, The Global Achievement Gap, 2008 7/14/2009 ELITE Curricula Discussion 4
  5. 5. “Right Size" Curricula: 7/14/2009 ELITE Curricula Discussion 5
  6. 6. “Right Size" Curricula: Critical Question What kind of capability do we expect our students to be learning/doing? 7/14/2009 ELITE Curricula Discussion 6
  7. 7. “Right Size" Curricula: Knowing The Purpose Once we know the purpose, what characteristics make good curricula? curricula? 7/14/2009 ELITE Curricula Discussion 7
  8. 8. Curriculum Paradigm Shift TRADITIONAL NEW Anything and/or The content standards everything Prioritized selections Teacher selections Assessment content Assessment content based on student determined by testing learning 7/14/2009 ELITE Curricula Discussion 8
  9. 9. “Right Size" Curricula : No framework = a big mess 7/14/2009 ELITE Curricula Discussion 9
  10. 10. “Right Size" Curricula : Educational & Organizational Balance CURITE, 2008 7/14/2009 ELITE Curricula Discussion 10
  11. 11. Curricula is a small part HIGH PERFORMING SCHOOL SYSTEM SYSTEMIC CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PROCESS STUDENT/PARENT SUPPORT INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES SCHOOL EFFECTIVENESS CURRICULLUM MANAGEMENT CULTURE OF COMMON BELIEFS & VALUES Dedicated to “Learning for ALL…Whatever It Takes” 7/14/2009 ELITE Curricula Discussion 11
  12. 12. Djadja Achmad Sardjana djadja@bapinger.web.id 7/14/2009 ELITE Curricula Discussion 12

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