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SCHOLAR ACADEMIC IDEOLOGY

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on 7 October 2013

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Transcript of SCHOLAR ACADEMIC IDEOLOGY

SCHOLAR ACADEMIC IDEOLOGY
SCHOLAR ACADEMIC CURRICULUM WORKERS BELIEVE IN:
HISTORY OF THE IDEOLOGY:
SCHOLAR ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES:
Mathematics
History
Science
Classic Languages
Modern Languages
English including Grammar & Literature
DEFINITION:
WHO HERE IS AN ACADEMIC SCHOLAR?
textbooks
good citizenship
extending culture
valuing intellect above all
cultural initiation
dissemination of knowledge
teacher-student hierarchy
dynamic knowledge bases
student evaluation & ranking
curriculum evaluation






Committee of Ten
Eliot
Harris
W.E.B. DuBois
Kandel
E.D. Hirsch


Curriculum workers who use the Scholar Academic ideology emphasize the importance of the student mastering various academic disciplines.

According to Schiro, the ideology believes that students should gain content knowledge acquired by scholarly adults within various academic disciplines (at colleges and universities) through teachers. This information is needed for students to understand people and the world around them. The goal is that the students will become the next generation of scholarly thinkers within their disciplines.

In practice, the student will study an academic discipline like a scholar instead of merely observing the academic discipline; in turn, they should eventually be able to function within a group of people that are proficient in that discipline.
HIERARCHY:
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