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Developing an integrated curriculum using the story model

Developing an integrated curriculum using the story model

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Published by OISE Press in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Curriculum planning,
  • Education -- Philosophy,
  • Interdisciplinary approach in education,
  • Storytelling

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 77-79).

    StatementSusan Drake ... [et al.].
    SeriesCurriculum series / The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education -- 64, Curriculum series (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education) -- 64.
    ContributionsDrake, Susan M., 1944-, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 80 p. :
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21479243M
    ISBN 100774403942

    Those characteristics are precocity, intensity, and complexity. Is the example of students learning math and core curriculum through clogging and the arts an interdisciplinary one? Other thematic programs may involve teachers across the same grade. Available for students grades 1 — 5 during the school day, this pull out program builds key reading skills in struggling readers through drama based methods. Planning itself is carried out through workshops, lectures, meetings and discussions, writing reports, papers, handbooks and textbooks. Drake and Rebecca C.

    Curriculum planning required eight half-hour sessions. In this multidisciplinary approach, teachers fuse skills, knowledge, or even attitudes into the regular school curriculum. Gifted students need to be proficient in problem-solving strategies across all disciplines and advanced content increases the potential for student learning and application of their skills. These concepts transfer to other lessons beyond wind and rain machines; thus, the lesson develops a higher level of thinking than if students simply focused on the wind and rain machines.

    Exposure to advanced concepts and themes provides for differentiation on an individual basis. Implementation - use to determine what elements you have and don't have in your initiative or program, develop a management plan, and make mid-course adjustments. Planning itself is carried out through workshops, lectures, meetings and discussions, writing reports, papers, handbooks and textbooks. Theme-Based Units. Student assessment considered teamwork, critical thinking skills, problem solving, and time management.


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Developing an integrated curriculum using the story model Download PDF Ebook

Students begin each week promising to be peaceful, respectful, and responsible. Every student and teacher has a laptop computer. Comprehension, for example, is comprehension, whether taught in a language class or a science class.

A school's head teacher,researchers, academics, local authority administrators, government departments and politicians often exercise influence over the basis of a school curriculum, setting the broad educational goals.

Developed as a means of further educating students who have the background knowledge, not to be used as a form of remediation Emphasizes teaching advanced content that further frame disciplines Provides higher order thinking and processing Students use terms inter-changeably from one field of study to another, ie.

Strengths of using the Integrated Curriculum Model with gifted learners: 1. Ginger Leopoldo. Higher level skill requirements would appeal to gifted students.

He then develops the principles of a truly integrated curriculum framed by a set of universally relevant concepts and organized around "questions worth arguing about.

Integrated Instructional Unit Samples

What Works in Curriculum for the Gifted p. Describing her experiences to a colleague, Susan discovered there were academic terms for this phenomenon: multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, and transdisciplinary.

The theme in this case is the overriding matter where learning flows from. Beane,pp.

Developing an Integrated Curriculum Using the Story Model

A theme-based unit involving the whole school may be independent of the regular school schedule. The first six chapters begin with two scenarios which contrast a traditional classroom with an integrated one. Defining Integrated Curriculum What exactly is integrated curriculum?

Designing and Implementing an Integrated Curriculum: A Student

Other theorists have also offered continuums Fogarty, ; Jacobs, Literacy across the curriculum is another example of Developing an integrated curriculum using the story model book. Advanced content is above grade level and beyond what is expected of that particular age group.

Drawing from the hundreds of workshops that he has conducted over the last twenty years, Clark examines the assumptions that support traditional educational designs and proposes a new perspective that is integrated, ecological, and learner-centered.

The three categories offer a starting point for understanding different approaches to integration.Models of Curriculum Integration Franzie L. Loepp The notion of curriculum integration is not new. Dewey and Kilpatrick advocated forms of integration early in the century (Vars, ).More recently, however, educational theorists have been advocating curriculum integration for a number of reasons.

Developing Language and Literacy skills are important to work on during the preschool years. Today's post broken down into 4 sections: listening, speaking, literacy, and writing. Here's what a preschooler should work on before Kindergarten.

Integrated Model 2 Developing an Integrated Curriculum Model For Construction Management Education Abstract The issue of how to develop curriculum for construction management programs has been debated for several years by university faculty.

Construction management is a recognized.1. Overview of the pdf. The Integrated Curriculum Model (ICM) is a comprehensive and cohesive curricular framework which employs good curricular design, considers the features of the disciplines under study, and is differentiated for gifted galisend.com by: SHED Secondary School Curriculum Three semester hours.

This course provides a study of the forces which affect the development of the secondary school curriculum. Emphasis is placed on procedures employed for designing, implementing, and evaluating, curricula at the secondary level.

Text: Developing the Curriculum Peter F. Oliva, Fifth Edition.Dec 03,  · Translate ebook new standards into meaningful curriculum! This updated edition of Susan Drake’s classic text serves as a road map through the Common Core State Standards, giving you the flexibility to design an integrated curriculum that’s right for your students/5(17).