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Poster Presentation for Integrative Curriculum
Transcript of Poster Presentation for Integrative Curriculum
What is Integrative Curriculum?
An integrated curriculum is described as one that connects different areas of study by cutting across subject-matter lines and emphasizing unifying concepts. Integration focuses on making connections for students, allowing them to engage in relevant, meaningful activities that can be connected to real life. ("Integrated Curriculum: Definition, Benefits & Examples", 2003)
Process of Integrated Curriculum Development
Determine teaching tasks and student outcomes.
Match objectives to student abilities.
Design the instructional process.
Deliver the planned curriculum.
Use feedback to analyze curriculum and instruction.
Adjust instructional delivery.
Stakeholders involved and their roles and collaborative responsibilities
Work together with companions and understudies
Give materials to understudies for venture based exercises
Take an interest in expert advancement
Self and understudy appraisals
Help with curriculum
take optional assessment to help
teacher better their lesson plans
Participate in parent/teacher conferences
Provide support for teachers and students
Aims, Goals, & Objectives of an Integrated Curriculum Design
To relate figuring out how to premiums and qualities of every kid and make learning pertinent
To enhance understudy engagement and longing to learn
To enhance abilities and test scores
To utilize a multidisciplinary approach that incorporates every substance territory
To advance coordinated effort amongst instructors and their companions, school pioneers, understudies, and guardians
Data collection techniques
Assessments on what they have learned
Integrated Curriculum: Definition, Benefits & Examples. (2003). Retrieved from http://study.com/academy/lesson/integrated-curriculum-definition-benefits-examples.html#transcriptHeader
Integrative Curriculum Design. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.smore.com/j7s64-integrative-curriculum-design