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Curriculum, Planning and Evaluation


Education
Enrollment in this course is by invitation only

About This Course

This course aims to instruct educators on the curricula meaning and structure, as well as to analyze the personal dimensions of teaching practice and to be familiar with the teaching models. We believe that it is important to understand what and how the planning of a teaching program is developed and designed, while simultaneously to analyze classroom teaching planning levels, along with exercise planning.

Course Content

1. The curriculum

2. The teaching practice:

  a) The teacher (knowledge, career, integration in school)

  b) Teaching models (learner-centered, teacher-centered)

3. Planning

  a) Theory and concepts; program management

  b) Planning levels

  c) Practical planning exercises

4. Assessment:

  a) Theory and concepts

  b) Assessment models and tools

Bibliography

Apple, M. Ideology and the curriculum. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1990.

Carr, Judy F., Harris, Douglas E. Succeeding With Standards: Linking Curriculum, Assessment, and Action Planning. USA: ASCD, 2001.

Freedman, K. Curriculum inside and outside school: Representations of fine and in popular culture. NSEAD, 1997.

Henson, Kenneth T. Curriculum Planning. Ingram (first published July 12th 2000), 2015.

Stuhr, P., Petrovich-Mwaniki, L., & Wasson, R. Curriculum guidelines for the multicultural art classroom. Art Education, 1992.