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Curriculum Design Workshop Spring 2011 Dr. Carolin Fuchs
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Brief Overview  (see Sat/Sun agenda in Google  Sites) 1. Introduction; Google Sites; TA 2. Getting-to-know each other activity; Needs  Analysis (view results in Google Docs); Group  formation 3. 4. Website resources 5. activities 6. Designing own unit (non-textbook based) 7. Final presentations
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Needs Analysis Formation If you haven’t already filled out the N.A. in  Google Forms, please do so now.  If you have already filled out the N.A.,  please log on and review the answers so  that you can start thinking about group  formation. We should have no more than 6  groups (3-4 members per group). 
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Curriculum Design Factors  Macalister, 2010. p.3) In small groups, look at the model on p.3 in  will have the strongest impact on the design of  a course. Rank these 3 in order of importance,  i.e., which factor do you need to pay  closest/the least attention to? Why? [Time limit: 10 minutes]
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Steps for Curriculum Design  Macalister, 2010. p.11) 1. Examine the environment.  2. Assess needs.  3. Decide on principles.  4. Set goals, and choose and sequence  content.  5. Design the lesson format. 6. Include assessment procedures. 7. Evaluate the course.
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Steps for Curriculum Design In small groups, go to “Resources” on our Site  and choose a couple of web links (K-12 links  are at the bottom). With the curriculum design  steps in mind, browse the links and take note  of useful pages. Annotate and post the links in  your respective group folder and be prepared  to share with the rest of the class. [Time limit:  20 minutes]
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Stages that constitute the course  development process for teachers  (Graves, 1996, p.  4) I. Planning the course II. Teaching the course III. Modifying/Replanning the course IV. Reteaching the course Involves: Ongoing assessment and decision making at any stage  = Continuing/cyclical process of development-revision-maintenance renewal (similar to curriculum developmt.)
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Problematizing   (Graves, 1996, p. 5) “The process of problematization is  basically someone‘s reflection on a content  which results from an act, or reflection on  the act itself in order to act better together  with others within the framework or reality“  (Freire, 1973, p. 154).
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  (Graves,  1996, pp. 5-6) Challenges arise from concrete situations Depend on the Ts‘ perceptions of the context (i.e.,  Ts start with different issues: Who Ss are/what 
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2011 for the course ORL 1000 taught by Professor Buontempo during the Spring '11 term at Columbia.

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