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Quality vs. Quantity

Project Illuminate facilitators are at the Nashville Rescue Mission three days a week. Music class takes place on Tuesdays; Writing is Friday & Saturday; and Art is Saturday (overlapping with writing).   252 more words

Summer Reflections

Happy Saturday!

I hope this finds everyone having a lovely summer full of fun and new adventures!  It’s been a grand summer so far for me!   573 more words

Dance

Types of Objectives

Within education,  the majority of objectives used in curriculum are behavioral. Behavioral objectives are actions the student performs that are measurable and observable.  As shared previously, objectives need to have an action, condition, and proficiency in order to meet the general criteria of being an objective. 268 more words

Education Concepts

Creating Objectives

Objectives are more specific than goals or aims in terms of indicating exactly what the students will do. They guide the instruction of the teacher and help to maintain consistency within the curriculum. 163 more words

Education Concepts

Generating Goals

After aims are developed the next step is to develop goals. The difference between aims and goals is how specific they are. Aims are the broadest statements about the philosophy of the school while goals provide a vision of the destination or results of learning. 197 more words

Education Concepts

Wolff-Michael Roth made me think

I’m just back from the STEM conference in Vancouver. I was really looking forward to the keynote to be delivered by Wolff-Michael Roth (WMR). The title intrigued me: … 647 more words

Curriculum Development

Developing a Philosophy

One of the first steps in curriculum development, regardless of the type of approach one takes, is the development of a philosophy or mission statement. A school’s philosophy/mission provides a framework for the purpose of the school and what the stakeholders believe is important. 282 more words

Education Concepts