Throughout my early years of schooling, I was never once taught to question what I was being taught. Now this sounds like an odd yet simple statement to make, but it is really important to my understanding of how the curriculum influenced me. What we were learning in school was never a topic up for … More Influences of Curriculum
Typically, one would think that teacher’s would have the most influence on what knowledge goes into designing and producing curriculums, for they are the ones who utilize them everyday in classrooms, and they are the ones who get to first-hand experience the direct impacts, both positive and negative, that the curriculum has on their students. … More Who Really Influences Curriculums?
According to Commonsense, a good student is one who sits quietly and patiently at their desk during lectures/teachings, memorizes knowledge and then reflects it on exams, does not ask unnecessary questions, and does not question or critique the information they are learning. Not only does this image of a good student fail to recognize the … More What Makes a Good Student