A presentation on how a chosen curriculum model and learning theory is best for your educational setting that will guide the development of effective curricula and facilitate the learning success of your students. Curriculum development is a central component of teaching and learning and can consume much of the non-instructional time of an educator. Selecting curriculum models and evaluating the theoretical foundation of those models is important to ensure alignment of the curriculum you design to the needs of the students whom you educate. Common Core standards and state standards delineate the standards and contents of learning however, teachers and schools address the development of curriculum to ensure these standards and contents are met. You have researched curriculum models and their associated theories. For this assessment, you will choose a curriculum model and applicable theory and prepare a presentation for a selected audience on how this curriculum model and theory is best for your educational setting. The purpose of the presentation is for you to have the opportunity to make connections and support your own understanding as a decision maker regarding curriculum models that will guide the development of effective curricula that will facilitate the learning success of your students. Instructions Based on your research and your own professional experiences, in your presentation, address the following: Connect the theory you choose to the selected curriculum. Select one curriculum model and the associated theory that applies to the model on which to base your presentation. The chosen curriculum model should be an application of the chosen theory.Align the characteristics of the theory and model you have chosen to your educational setting. How does or would this model and theory work well in your environment? Why?Describe the process you would take to implement the curriculum model with diverse populations. Be sure you are envisioning the process in your educational environment.Convince the audience the model is superior to the alternatives. You may want to point out not only how your chosen model works well, but also how other models would not work as well. Administrators or curriculum supervisors, parents, community members, and the students themselves all have a stake in the theories and models you use to develop curriculum.Be sure you use academic references for your chosen theory and model to support the effectiveness of the model in your educational setting. No matter which audience you select, you should include references to academic research and theory. Suggested tools you may use to create your presentation are listed below, or you may use any presentation tool with which you are familiar: Prezi.Padlet.PowerPoint. Resources: Curriculum Principles, Theories, and Models PRINTThe following resources provide sound foundational knowledge about curriculum, learning theories, and curriculum models. You may find them very helpful as you work on the assessment.Jonnaert, P. & Therriault, G. (2013). Curricula and curricular analysis: Some pointers for a debate. Prospects, 43(4), 397–417.Klein, J. (2004). Curriculum models. In A. Distefano, K. E. Rudestam, & R. J. Silverman (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Distributed Learning (pp. 103–105). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.Krajcik, J. McNeill, K. L. & Reiser, B. J. (2008). Learning-goals-driven design model: Developing curriculum materials that align with national standards and incorporate project-based pedagogy. Science Education, 92(1), 1–32.McCarthy, M. (2016). Experiential learning theory: From theory to practice. Journal of Business & Economics Research (Online), 14(3), 91.Simpson, R. D. (1999). Ralph Tyler on curriculum: A voice from the past with a message for the future. Innovative Higher Education, 24(2), 85–87.Van Tassel-Baska, J. & Wood, S. (2010). The integrated curriculum model (ICM). Learning and Individual Differences, 20(4), 345–357.ABC Curriculum Resources. (n.d.). Curriculum overview. Retrieved from http://gototheexchange.ca/index.php/curriculum-ove… Curriculum Resources
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1. Connects theory to the selected curriculum using critical thinking and supplying strong
examples of the connections in one’s educational environment.
2. Aligns theory and model characteristics to one’s educational setting, and provides
relevant examples from the setting.
3. Provides a detailed analysis of the process for implementing the curriculum model with
4. Convinces the audience the model is superior to the alternatives while identifying the
weaknesses of the model.
5. References theories to support the effectiveness of the model in one’s educational
setting, and provides relevant examples from the setting.
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