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CHAPTER 10 – ED. 201 CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION: What is curriculum? Be able to define and distinguish between: Explicit and Implicit Curricula Null Curriculum Extracurriculum Integrated Curriculum What forces and Changes Agents Affect the Curriculum? Understand the impact  of these different forces and be able to give examples: The National Interest State and Local Priorities Social Issues and Public Opinion Professional Groups and Individuals Educational Publishing and Mass Media How are Curriculum and Instruction Planned and Organized? Know sources  and concrete example of elements that must be considered: Aims of Education Teacher Planning for Instruction 1
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What are Four General Models of Instruction? Be able to compare and contrast: Behavioral Systems Strategies Social Strategies Information-Processing Strategies Personal Sources Strategies What is Effective Instruction? Be able to describe and illustrate these principles of effective 
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Unformatted text preview: instruction: • Understanding Students • Communicating • Creating Learning Environments • Adapting Instruction for students with Special Needs • Evaluating Student Learning How Do Teachers Effectively Manage Students? Be able to describe principles and strategies that teachers use to effectively manage students: • Research Informs Teacher Management Behavior • Relationships between Teachers and Students 2 • Classroom Management as Self-Control Key Terms: Curriculum Explicit Curriculum Implicit Curriculum Null Curriculum Extracurriculum Integrated Curriculum Teacher Planning Curriculum Maps Instructional Model Mastery Learning Direct Instruction Behavioral objectives Outcomes-based education Cooperative Learning Project-based learning 3 Reciprocal teaching Concept Formation Synectics Inquiry Learning Nondirective model Classroom Management 4...
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course BEHAVIORAL 201 taught by Professor Pgoldentyer during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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