Psychological Foundations of Curriculum Compare and contrast behavioral psychology’s approach to curriculum with cognitive psychology’s approach in two ways: (a) how people learn and (b) applications to curriculum and instruction. Analyze the explanations regarding thinking and learning discussed in the textbook (e.g., multiple intelligences, emotional intelligence constructivism, etc.). Propose at least two ways one of the thinking and learning approaches could be used effectively to develop a lesson for a specific curriculum. Provide a rationale and examples to support your response.
Critical Thinking Propose at least two ways to promote critical thinking in students. Provide a rationale and examples to support your response. From the e-Activity, discuss the six levels of cognitive objectives included in Bloom’s Taxonomy. Provide a rationale and examples for using each of the three highest levels—analysis, synthesis, and evaluation—to promote critical thinking skills. Provide the Website(s) you referenced in your discussion, using APA format.
“Building a Culture of Safety” Developing Human Resources Building a Culture of Safety How do you build a culture of safety? Summarize the case study based on what you have learned from the readings. The requirements below must be met for your paper to be accepted and graded: Write between 700 – 1,000 words using Microsoft Word in APA style, see example below. Use font size 12 and 1” margins. Include cover page and reference page. At least 80% of your paper must be original content/writing. No more than 20% of your content/information may come from references. Use at least […]
The Challenges of Global Education The author states, “A rather obvious realization of our experiences as global educators is that global education is complex, controversial, and vulnerable to external challenges” (p. 108). As potential leaders in global education, select one of these three qualities and determine how to meet that challenge in the school district of your choice or another venue. As you consider the characteristics of global education, discuss one that you believe to be unique to global education. If you do not believe that global education is dramatically different from local education, justify why you think that way. […]
Establishing Global Classrooms From the description in your textbook, each specific phase resulted in the identification of additional schools to study. For a project of this scope, create a sample phase-by-phase plan to obtain more information about different schools for each phase. Imagine that the integration of faculty development seminars (as found in the e-Activity) into the Miami-Dade County Public School project would have been fully accomplished. Describe the potential impact of these faculty development seminars on one of the phases of the project Week 5 e-Activity Visit the Council on International Educational Exchange Website to read the article titled […]
Brown vs Board of Education Explain the relevance of Brown vs Board of Education in Tupeka Kansas, 1954. What difference did it make between 1954-1974 and how is it relevant now. What changes did it prompt in private schools and public schools. Must be 1-2 pages in your own words, plaigarism free. references included.
Social Foundations of Curriculum Debate It: Take a position for or against this statement: The U.S. should establish a moral education curriculum that must be implemented by all K-12 schools. Provide reasons and examples to support your response. From the first e-Activity, consider the needs of all learners in the school district where you work or one with which you are familiar. Identify barriers in existing curricula, and examine whether Universal Design guidelines would enhance student representation, engagement, and / or expression. http://www.udlcenter.org/aboutudl/udlguidelines
Multiculturalism Debate It: Take a position for or against this statement: All students should be required to read the “25 recommended works to be read by 8th grade” listed in Table 5.1, Chapter 5. Provide the titles of at least three works you would include in this or another recommended list. Provide reasons and examples to support your response. From the e-Activity, review the impact of multiculturalism on schools in Western Europe. Provide a rationale for either expanding or rejecting multiculturalism in your local school district. Provide the Website(s) you referenced in your discussion, using APA format.
Tradition and Innovation As you consider blending tradition and innovation in the classroom, point out three considerations one must make when introducing innovation and balancing tradition within global classrooms. In many American classrooms, the concept of global education would be considered innovative. Describe how you might blend tradition with the introduction of global education in an American classroom.
The 10 Principles of Education Review the 10 principles in Chapter 9 and determine which three of the 10 represent the most important concepts in the furtherance of global education, and justify your selections. Select the three principles that have the least influence on global education, and state why you think they are of less importance.