• Social Justice in Schooling
    in 2005 (ABS, 2005) the same groups of people are leaving school early; 59 per cent of children from low socio-economic backgrounds are receiving their high school certificates as apposed to 79 per cent from high socio-economic backgrounds (Youth Facts, 2005). This factor of social class is what...
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  • Curriculum Theory
    influence material production influence curriculum content and delivery methods influence scheduling and timetabling • Social factorsEconomic factors • • Technological factors Environmental factors Module 13, Unit 3: Factors That Influence Curriculum Design 28 UNIT 4...
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  • An Analysis of Curriculum Policy for Upper Secondary School History in Western Australia from 1983 to 200
    Introduction The institutions of upper school curriculum policy making in Western Australia, with special reference to History curricula Context of influence Social factors influencing the policy process Political factors influencing the policy process Economic factors influencing the policy process...
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  • Curriculum Development and Change
    and evaluate the key concepts of the curriculum and some of the factors that have marked influence on curriculum planning, curriculum development and change. The impact that learning environments, learning theories, culture, ideologies and knowledge have on the curriculum will be briefly brought to...
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  • Curriculum Conceptions
    factors and their interrelationships change so does the salience of ideologies and views as to what and how the young ought to be taught. The struggle among ideologies can be viewed as a ‘political’ one in the sense that it influences the distribution, exercise and justification of power in...
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  • Contextual Factors
    contextual factors are those that originate outside the school and have the ability to affect the curriculum. Some factors are demographic, professional standards and trends, social-politico economic, health care and culture. (Iwasiw, Goldenberg, & Andrusyszyn, 2009). One of the contextual...
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  • Purpose of Social Studies in Schools
    whether sufficient information is available, Finding out what factors influence the situation, Recognizing all possible actions that could be taken, Deducting the possible and Deciding which the best solution is. Social skills are human-relations skills which are needed for effective functioning of...
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  • Curriculum
    economic elements often influence curriculum. It is left to states and localities to define what curriculum means. In an attempt to build consensus over the issue, states have put forth educational standards and assessments. Because of the divers viewpoints on curriculum, their will most likely never...
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  • Curriculum Development
    influenced the medium in which curriculum is delivered. There is no "traditional way" anymore. "One's life course of action" will determine what will be studied and how. Influences and Developments Curriculum has had strong historical roots. From before Tyler crafted the major questions that we ask about...
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  • eth302s
    system Bronfenbrenner notes is the macrosystem. It involves dominant social, cultural, and economic structures, as well as beliefs, values and practices that influence all systems. This system includes ideologies and discourses inherent in the systems of a specific society (Donald et al., 2006...
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  • Factors Affecting the Students Achievement in Mathematics
    Socio-demographic Characteristics of the Students a. Gender b. Age c. Socio-Economic Status c. Parent’s Educational Level Instructional Factors of the Students a) Curriculum b) Instructional Strategies and Methods c) Teacher Competency in...
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  • Curriculum & Society in the Lls
    values, sustains and realises human potential in relation to the need to attain and sustain social, economic and ecological well-being, recognising that they are deeply interdependent”. (Sterling, 2001:22) To what extent does the responsibility of embedding ESD into the curriculum lay with me as...
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  • Basic Education Curriculum
    (1996) stated that there tends to be a crisis in current social forces and cultures: economic, political and standards funding as well as technology, special needs, ethnic diversity and mobility issues These rapidly changing demographic factors call for self directed curriculum planners who show...
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  • Customs Administration
    , intellectual and emotional. What factors determine the institution’s choice of a curriculum? Such choice depends upon the general orientation of the institution. If it is a technical school, it will naturally operate with the ambit of the social efficiency course of study. If it is a community college...
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  • Raising Achievement of Ethnic Minority Children
    children; (C. Stephen pg.269) Social scientists have recognised the importance of an individual’s family socio economic status (SES) has an influence on the academic achievement of children since the mid-1960s. It could cause low their self-confidence and self-esteem “ethnic minorities may have special...
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  • Comparative Education
    includes the school climate or environment is a significant factors influencing curriculum and includes principal involvement, power distribution, social cohesiveness, operational procedures and professional cohesiveness. Material resources also have a bearing in that what exactly the schools possess...
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  • Pragmatist Curriculum
    crisis in current social forces and cultures: economic, political and standards funding as well as technology, special needs, ethnic diversity and mobility issues. These rapidly changing demographic factors call for self directed curriculum planners who show responsibility for their local and world...
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  • Education in Ireland
    in each decade. Finally, we will conclude on our findings. 1. Social, Cultural, Political backgrounds 1922-1965 In the 19th century the Catholic laity provided an all encompassing definition of reality with religion dictating the curriculum of national schools (Fuller, 2002, 2005). In 1922 the...
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  • What Education Claims to Do for Us. What Do Sociologists Show It Often Does
    development by developing its all aspects i.e. social, economic, cultural, spiritual, moral, educational, etc. As most things in life the extent to which education does what it claims to do may be seen as patches of grey not, it does not completely fulfill its claims. Sociologist do not all agree what...
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  • Parents’ Educational Attainment and Occupational Status as Predictors of Students’ Achievement in Economics by Alebiosu Akinyemi O.
    activities contribute to their achievement (House 2002). NEETF (2000) divides factors that influence learning outcomes into five categories; 1) External (such as gender and Parents’ educational attainment). 2) Internal, 3) Social, 4) Curricular and 5) Administrative. Table 2.1 summarizes the...
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