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- Curriculum Innovations in the Philippines (Local and National)
- Beyond reopening schools: How education can emerge stronger than before COVID-19
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The purpose of this paper is to present an analytical review of the educational innovation field in the USA. It outlines classification of innovations, discusses the hurdles to innovation, and offers ways to increase the scale and rate of innovation-based transformations in the education system. US education badly needs effective innovations of scale that can help produce the needed high-quality learning outcomes across the system. The primary focus of educational innovations should be on teaching and learning theory and practice, as well as on the learner, parents, community, society, and its culture. Technology applications need a solid theoretical foundation based on purposeful, systemic research, and a sound pedagogy.
In: Other Topics. Similarly, it aims to give the students the knowledge, values and skills with the integration of PCC core values and religion as the core of the curriculum to effectively deal with the reconsideration of the facts of our history as a people. Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the facts of our history as a people from the point of view of the Filipinos for excellence thru classroom participation and academic achievements; b. Apply knowledge of Philippine History interpreted from a Filipino standpoint in their daily life toward efficient and effective respect for human dignity, Christian discipleship and responsible stewardship thru life witnessing; and c. Express gratitude and appreciation of the heroic deeds of the great men and women of the Philippine History as a vital tool to Introduction In education we are never separated from the curriculum. The basis for the creation of curriculum educational settings.
Curriculum Innovations in the Philippines (Local and National)
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Beyond reopening schools: How education can emerge stronger than before COVID-19
Knowledge transfer makes it possible for technology or knowledge developed for one purpose to be applied and used elsewhere or used for a different purpose. Scientific discoveries and inventions suit many uses, and scientists and engineers add to the stock of knowledge through their discoveries. As knowledge and human capital accumulate and disseminate widely, new discoveries and innovations build on those that came before. Significant feedback mechanisms often complex and numerous may magnify the ultimate impact of innovation activities. However, for knowledge to flow into innovation, invention and patenting are not enough; knowledge transfer is critical.
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. I n this chapter, we consider the changes needed across the K science education system so that implementation of the framework and related standards can more readily occur. Standards provide a vision for teaching and learning, but the vision cannot be realized unless the standards permeate the education system and guide curriculum, instruction, teacher preparation and professional development, and student assessment. Thus the system includes organization and administration at state, district, and school levels as well as teacher education, certification requirements, curriculum and instructional resources, assessment policies and practices, and professional development programs.
With the demand brought about by the fast changing society, it is most likely that changes will occur.
The COVID pandemic has resulted in at least one positive thing: a much greater appreciation for the importance of public schools. As parents struggle to work with their children at home due to school closures, public recognition of the essential caretaking role schools play in society has skyrocketed. As communities struggle to take care of their vulnerable children and youth, decisionmakers are having to devise new mechanisms for delivering essential services from food to education to health care. We believe it is also valuable to look beyond these immediate concerns to what may be possible for education on the other side of the COVID pandemic. It is hard to imagine there will be another moment in history when the central role of education in the economic, social, and political prosperity and stability of nations is so obvious and well understood by the general population.