- Author:Lorraine A. Ozar
- Publisher:National Catholic Educational Association (June 1, 1994)
- Pages:172 pages
- Subcategory:Management & Leadership
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This book offers an approach to curriculum decision making aimed at helping Catholic schools become or remain values-based, learning-centered communities for the 21st century
This book offers an approach to curriculum decision making aimed at helping Catholic schools become or remain values-based, learning-centered communities for the 21st century. The outcomes-based approach argues that educators have three primary ntify what is the significant learning, design valid ways for students to demonstrate that learning, and find ways to help that learning occur more effectively. The book is designed to promote an understanding of the three essential pieces of a learning-centered curriculum-outcomes, assessments, and strategies.
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Creating a Curriculum That Works: A Guide to Outcomes-Centered Curriculum Decision-Making. This book offers an approach to curriculum decision making aimed at helping Catholic schools become or remain values-based, learning-centered communities for the 21st century. Chapter 11 describes the outcomes-centered curriculum as part of the systemic growth-reform cycle.
Creating a curriculum that works: A guide to outcomes-centered curriculum decision-making. Cite this chapter as: Ozar . 2018) Identifying Learning Objectives and Assessing Ethics Across the Curriculum Programs. National Catholic Educational Association. In: Englehardt . Pritchard M. (eds) Ethics Across the al Perspectives.
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Within the School of Education, Dr. Ozar teaches courses in curriculum and instruction, and philosophy of education.
In addition to being the lead author of the National Standards and Benchmarks for Effective Catholic Elementary and Secondary Schools, (2012), Dr. Ozar is the author of Creating a Curriculum That Works: A Guide to Outcomes-Centered Curriculum Decision Making, and By Their Fruits You Shall Know Them. K-12 Religious Education Outcomes for Catholic Schools.
Learner-Centered Approach to Curriculum Design. A learner centered approach to curriculum design gives. Learning outcomes are related to the need analysis of the student rather than the needs of the instructor. Learner-Centered Curriculum (LCC): ➢ Learner-centered curriculum focus primarily on individual students’ learning.
Preventing Curriculum Casualties Michael J. Boyle, P. Lorraine A. Ozar, P. Center for Catholic School Effectiveness School of Education Loyola University Chicago Lsons from Heal" Care Outcomes Describe. 1 Preventing Curriculum Casualties Michael J. & In medicine, prevention is any.
A curriculum (or curriculums) is broadly defined as the totality of student experiences that occur in the educational process. The term often refers specifically to a planned sequence of instruction, or to a view of the student's experiences in terms of the educator's or school's instructional goals
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