educ522 | Graduate
Curriculum Development And Instruction
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Curriculum Development and School Reform
- Describe curriculum development from a historical perspective.
- Examine educational philosophies and their role in curriculum development.
- Identify planning areas in the curriculum development process.
- Describe educational reform movements.
- Evaluate the effect of school reform on curriculum and instruction.
Role of Curriculum in Education
- Compare the role of schooling at the elementary, middle, and high school levels, particularly in meeting the needs of learners with special needs.
- Examine curriculum at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.
- Align content area curriculum to state and national standards.
Curriculum Development and Instructional Planning
- Analyze the factors that affect curriculum development and instructional planning in schools.
- Describe long-range, unit, and daily planning.
- Examine different methods of assessment.
Technology and Curriculum
- Examine issues to consider when selecting technology resources to supplement the curriculum.
- Describe the textbook and material selection process.
- Analyze ways to adapt technology use in the classroom to meet the needs of diverse learners.
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