EDTHP lecture outline

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Dustin Dove Tara Larkin Devon McCarthy Bruce Wilson EDTHP Section Group Lesson I: Introduction A: The purpose of our presentation is to review with the class, in a discussion format, the book reading on curriculum. Break the class up into groups and assign each group a question. Group 1: What is the invisible curriculum (with examples)? Group 2: What is the visible curriculum (with examples)? Group 3: How has the curriculum changed since the 1600’s? Group 4: How have reforms movements (NCLB, Progressive) shaped curriculum? o Invisible Curriculum vs. Visible Curriculum o Visible Formal (explicit) curriculum- arranging experiences so that intended outcomes can be reached. o Invisible Hidden (implicit) curriculum- learning’s that are not always intended but emerge as students are shaped by the school culture, including the attitudes and behaviors of the teachers. The importance of winning; pain of losing, competition; embarrassment and rejection
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  • Fall '07
  • FREIE,CARRIEDANI
  • Touring car racing, Invisible Curriculum vs, EDTHP Section Group, Dove Tara Larkin, Devon McCarthy Bruce

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