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The Relationship Between Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment

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by Brittany Baxter on 16 December 2012

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Transcript of The Relationship Between Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment

The Relationship Between Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment By Skylar and Brittany Hands On Learning Homework Curriculum Instruction Assessment Assessment Instruction Curriculum Assessment Instruction Goals As part of the curriculum, you should have your students set goals. If you use goals in the curriculum, students will be more likely to reach their objectives! It will give them motivation! You can assess if the student met their goal or not which is a better indicator than a grade and if they didn't, you can go back to the curriculum and try something different. curriculum As a teacher you can make "hook stations" and have lots of different hands on activities that students can do with others. When the students come back together they can present their findings and prove that they know what they learned. It teaches them new curriculum they may not have thought of. In the day students can only learn so much. Some of this should be done as homework, but only when it used in the classroom the next day. Students can practice and review what they learned in school at home Review the homework in class to ensure the students understand what they are doing and if they don't, go over it again in class in the curriculum. Discipline Curriculum Instruction Assessment Media Personal Connections Article https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/facilitating-student-collaboration?resume=0 Students working individually then sharing their findings with other students promoting collaborative learning. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704758904576188453057819300.html Kids need to set goals! Skylar's homework experience in History Class helped him learn the curriculum. Brittany's middle school had a zero tolerance hugging policy, which might actually have been the best way to go. The curriculum can be taught in a hands on way in a social environment with other children. This will help them learn better because everyone has different ideas to contribute. Have a set list of rules and expectations for classroom. Model good behavior. Make sure you enforce the rules consistently. The feedback the students get on their effort will show them how they are doing. If they doing well, we need teach them in another way.
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