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Curriculum Innovative Practices 3 2 Conclusion http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/HR2011.pdf Group presentations - student roles in IPPUT
Exploring roles in curriculum leading to innovative pedagogic practices
Review tasks, discuss individual assignments + exploring own ideas
Trends: 1 http://www.gartner.com/technology/vendor-insights/google-apple-disrupting-microsoft.jsp?prm=TW_CHVEND Facebook in schools. Analysis of innovative practice at the classroom and the school level.
Why could this practice be considered innovative?
To what extent has this practice transformed aspects of learning and teaching?
What contextual factors are associated with the innovative practice?
What components of this practice appear to support more sustainable and transferable change? And why, at the classroom and school levels?
Where would you map this case on the SITES M2 innovative framework? http://edtechcases.info/ubiq_home.htm http://edtechcases.info/ Who determines the curriculum in formal education or schooling?
curriculum - sets courses, course work and content
curriculum - partly or entirely determined by an external, authoritative body
In England, eg National Curriculum for England
In U.S., each state, with the individual school districts, establishes the curricula taught
Each state, however, builds its curriculum with participation of national academic subject groups selected by the United States Department of Education, e.g. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) for maths
In Australia each state's Education Department establishes curricula
In Hong Kong, Education Bureau establishes curricula 5 Curriculum:
the curriculum collectively describes the teaching, learning, and assessment materials available for a given course of study
range of courses Changing curriculum today
School curriculum defines views of society about 'what is worth learning’, commensurate with students' abilities at different stages and with their ways of perceiving and learning about the world.
… A move away from the concept of the curriculum as "document" to the concept of the curriculum as "learning experiences" to enhance the effectiveness of learning. http://www.p21.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=254&Itemid eg 6 Types of Curriculum Focus in IPPUT
Single subject focus - discipline-based subject; ICT is used to improve student understanding of subject matter content and concepts
Thematic focus - cross-curricula; curriculum content is offered through themes; ICT used to facilitate the implementation of life-long learning
School-wide focus - ICT supported pedagogical practices integrated throughout the school curriculum; ICT facilitates the school’s vision on teaching and learning
Technology, Innovation, and Educational Change: A Global Perspectives (Kozma, 2003) 3 types of curriculum focus
Single subject focus (CN003, CN010, DE006, FI004, IL009, KR004, NL025, NO007, PH002, PH003)
Thematic focus (AU001, CZ002, CZ003, DE002, DE007, DE013, FR001, FR002, FR006, IL001, IT001, ZA008)
School-wide focus (AU002, AU004, DE003, IL003, NO004, NO005, US014, SG004) Group activity - exploring:
Types of curriculum focus in IPPUT
Roles of curriculum in IPPUT Image source: http://brightstartsdaycare.com/images/arbolito.png http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=8A_xMSCZ8SQ#! http://tl.hku.hk/reform/ ePortfolios
http://www.cityu.edu.hk/edo/eportfolio/ Resources eLearning Strategy QAC & Quality Assurance http://tl.hku.hk/tl/quality-assurance/hku-qac-audit-2009/ Case Study HKU 4 School based SITES IPPUT and others