Curriculum Analysis As Seen Through Term Paper

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One way to take learning in a direction relevant to student interest is to invite student dialogue about the lessons and units of study. Given the opportunity for input, students generate ideas and set goals that make for much richer activities than I could have created or imagined myself. When students have ownership in the curriculum, they are motivated to work hard and master the skills necessary to reach their goals (Sample Educational Philosophy Statements (accessed 4-26-07) ("

The philosophical footprints being used today can help one gain a better understanding of the school's curricular policies in several ways.

The first and most important philosophy is that every child can learn. Today's educators have been taught that children have different learning styles and that if these styles are identified and addressed than every child with rare exception is capable of learning.

This helps teachers understand the curriculum because it allows them to provide different styles of teaching through the use of the textbook to reach each child in his or her most successful learning style.

Understanding the philosophy that teachers should provide access to information not be the sole source of information is a philosophy that helps teachers realize that the old ways of lecture and note taking exclusively is not the way to teach today's curriculum. Instead, teachers should provide a pathway for students to examine and seek out answers themselves.


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