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Current Trends and the Future of Curriculum

This presentation is expressed in two different view points: from the researchers and from the actual teachers
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Tori Chacon

on 4 December 2012

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Transcript of Current Trends and the Future of Curriculum

Current Trends That Will Shape the Future of Curriculum Skills 2.0 Hands-On Learning Digital Delivery Interest Driven K-12 education tailored to students own interests
Build curriculum around students interests
Student interest is correlated to their achievement "21st century" skills are being thrown around in describing what needs to be taught in schools
Skills such as: collaboration, innovation, critical thinking, and communication Hands-on learning applies to many subject areas

NAEYC's position statement
High/Scope Educational Research Foundation's curriculum Teachers are using online up to date info.
Using technology over books.
Open source sites More videos to teach different content Motivate each student to learn through their passions
Information learned through motivation is rarely, if ever, forgotten Practical skills are just as important as history or calculus. http://www.tubechop.com/watch/619816 http://www.tubechop.com/watch/619851 http://www.shmoop.com/ http://www.khanacademy.org/ "You need to get the manipulatives in the kid's hands for them to think about and solve problems." "Daily Five" Read to self
Work on writing
Read to someone
Listen to reading
Word work http://www.tubechop.com/watch/723150
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