Field Study 4

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FIELD STuDY 4
Exploring the Curriculum

Course Description
This course is intended to introduce the education pre-service students to effective curriculum design and assessment. The course topics include curriculum models, principles and approaches in designing, delivering and addressing the curriculum.

It emphasizes familiarity with contemporary curriculum policies and framework and their relevance or planning, pedagogy and assessment at the classroom level.
The course in curriculum development shall develop teachers who can adjust and be flexible in designing and implementing curricula in learning environments for different students in different context.

It can also apply a wide range of teaching process skills (including curriculum development, lesson planning, material development, educational assessment and pedagogy)
Field study 4 is anchored on Curriculum Development and Educational Technology.

General Objectives:
1.Design a model of curriculum demonstrating considerations for basic and higher education, appropriate community linkages, and stakeholders 2.Address the monitoring of curriculum implementation and assessment of curriculum 3.Prepare an alignment of developing objectives, pedagogy and assessment.

4.Request for a sample of their curriculum;
4.1 Scope/ Sequence Chart
5.4.2 Teaching Guide
4.3 Sample Lesson Plan

My Performance (How I Will Be Rated)

TasksExemplary
4Superior
3Satisfactory
2Unsatisfactory
1

Observation/
Documentation:All tasks were done with outstanding quality; work exceeds expectations

4All or nearby all tasks were done with high quality

3Nearly all tasks were done with acceptable quality

2Fewer than half of tasks were done; or most objectives met but with poor quality

1

My AnalysisAnalysis questions were answered completely ; in depth answers; thoroughly grounded on theories; exemplary grammar and spelling.

4Analysis questions were answered completely; clear connection with theories; grammar and spelling are superior. 3Analysis questions were not answered completely.
Vaguely related to the theories
Grammar and spelling acceptable.

2Analysis questions were not answered.

Grammar and spelling unsatisfactory.

1

My ReflectionReflection statements are profound and clear, supported by experiences from the episode.

4Refection statements are clear, but not clearly supported by experiences from the episode.

3Refection statements are now shallow; supported by experiences from the episode.

2Reflection statement are unclear and shallow and are not supported by experiences from the episode.

1

My PortfolioPortfolio is complete, clear, well-organized and all supporting documentation are located in sections clearly designated.

4Portfolio is complete, clear, well-organized and most supporting documentation are available and/or in logical and clearly marked locations. 3Portfolio is incomplete; supporting documentation is organized but is lacking.

2Portfolio has many lacking components; is unorganized and unclear

1
Submission Before deadline

4On the deadline

3A day after the deadline

2Two days or more after the deadline
1
Sub Totals

Over-all Score

Rating:
(Based on
Transmutation)

My Tools
1.Accomplish the H Chart. Interview an administrator or a faculty member. Get their ideas/views of the curriculum. Write the differences on both sides and the similarities at the center and then write your personal insights.

My Enriching Activities

My Analysis

1.Why do we need to consider the traditional and progressive points of views of curriculum?
It is because in a classroom, a...
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