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EDU 652

Curriculum Midterm

What levels are involved with evaluating curriculum? state, district, school, classroom
What are the different types of curriculum recommended, written, supported, tested, taught, learned, hidden
Characteristics of an effective curriculum program promote meaningful goals, connect basic goals at each grade level, require thought planning, align written curriculum with what is being instructed and what is being assessed
Five Characteristics of An Effective Curriculum? Meaningful, Coherent, Articulated, Aligned, High standards of performance for all.
What are 3 current trends in Curriculum? Increased importance of standards, integrating technology, renewed awareness for the need for vocational education
What are 5 Assessment Devices? Percentile Rank, Grade Equivalent, Performance sampling, portfolio assessment, cumulative file
What are 2 major traits that help teachers teach? withitness, reflective teaching
What are qualities involved with withitness? perceptiveness, alertness, ability to change lessons quickly
What are qualities involved with reflective teaching? monitor students verbal and nonverbal attitudes, respond to confusion or boredom, actively question yourself
What are Glasser's 7 Deadly Habits? criticizing, blaming, complaining, nagging, threatening, punishing, rewarding to control behavior
What are Glasser's 7 Connecting Habits? caring, listening, supporting, contributing, encouraging, trusting, befriending
What are 3 teaching styles? Authoritarian, permissive, democratic
What are Merzanos' action steps for establishing rules and consequences articulate rules and procedures, reinforce appropriate behavior, consequences for inappropriate behavior, institute school-wide approach, balance of dominance and cooperation, meet needs, withitness, objectivity
3 purposes for Bloom's provide teachers with objectives, clarify how to achieve goals, help teacher communicate with each other
Bloom's 3 Domains of Learning Cognitive, Affective, Psychomotor
Break down Bloom's Cognitive (KCAASE) knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation
Steps for developing a unit define topic, define outcomes (NYS Standards), major concepts, resources, brainstorm learning activities, organize into sequence, create lesson plans, evaluation
Ralph Tylers 4 questions what shall we teach (standards), how shall we teach it, how can we organize it, how can we evaluate it
What is special education? Special education means specially designed individualized or group instruction or special services or programs to meet the unique needs of students with disabilities. Special education services and programs are provided at no cost to the parent.
5 steps in special education process Initial referral for services, individual evaluation, determine eligibility, IEP, annual review/re-evaluation
What is a referral for special education? Written statement asking to evaluate your child to determine if he or she needs special education services. Addressed to the chairperson of your school district’s Committee or your school principal. Tested to see if he needs special education services.
Who else can make a referral for special education? parent, teacher to committee, doctors, judicial officers
What is an individual evaluation? assessment tools and strategies to determine if and how diffculties affect child's learning
What special education services may the child receive? specially designed instructions and/or supplementary aids, resource room programs, special classes
How is an IEP developed? evolves from discussion that begins with how child is doing in school, goals, supports and services to reach goals, location and placement, LRE
What planning should occur for young adults? future - high school, employment? vocational skills, aptitudes, interests, goals, transition planning
LRE occurs only when nature or severity of disability is such that even with supplementary aids education cannot be achieved
Due Process Informal Discussions, Special Education Mediation
Special Education Mediation (Due Process) run be mediator, held in timely manner, written agreements, confidential
Created by: joymag
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