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ASSESSMENT TASK 1 Curriculum of the heart – A review of curriculum

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ASSESSMENT TASK 1:  Curriculum of the heart – A review of curriculum

Aligned subject learning outcomes ·     explore and develop conceptualisations of curriculum and identify implications for schools and school systems
Group or individual Individual
Weighting 40%
Due date Due Week 6, Saturday 4 January, 2020
Word count @ 3000 words

ASSESSMENT TASK 1:  DESCRIPTION

This first assignment intends to introduce you to an understanding of some introductory ideas to curriculum. The focus of the assignment is on your understanding of some general definitions and conceptions of curriculum and your personally constructed understanding of the influences on implemented curriculum.

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a) Begin by stating in two or three sentences an intended curriculum (curriculum as text) focus of a program or subject – refer to the resource provided. This is likely to be a general or specific learning outcome that is addressed within the program or subject. It is most likely to be the ‘big learning idea’ for a unit of work or, even, a single lesson.

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b) Describe the implemented/enacted curriculum in 2 pages. That is, what is taught? In your description, under these headings, refer to:

Professor name: Robert Godby

He usually were doing lot of activities for any topic, small activities by forming groups from different cultural students like nepali, Indian. That teacher was young.

i.    What was the teacher/instructor doing and communicating?

ii.   What were/ what are the students likely to be doing?

iii.  What is the priority in the learning?

iv.  What is likely being assessed and how is it being assessed?

v.   What aspects of the intended curriculum are inherent within the enacted curriculum?

vi.  What is the null curriculum?

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c) In 1-2 pages, use Eisner’s Five Orientations to Curriculum to compare and contrast the intended curriculum with the implemented curriculum.

d) In 1 page, provide some insights into awareness of the curriculum by considering development influences on the curriculum.

e) In 1 page, describe professional/personal tensions that exist because of the congruence between intended and enacted implemented curriculum.

f)   Finally, in 1 page, provide insights you have gained from this exercise.

Ensure that you reference all sources of literature according to APA conventions. See: http://libguides.jcu.edu.au/apa

What to Submit:

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ASSESSMENT TASK 1:  CRITERIA SHEET

  Criteria   High Distinction   Distinction   Credit   Pass   Fail
Coverage   (10 marks) Exceptional coverage of intended and enacted curriculum, personal influences on curriculum and implications.   Excellent coverage of intended and enacted curriculum, personal influences on curriculum and implications.   Good coverage of intended and enacted curriculum, personal influences on curriculum and implications.     Satisfactory coverage of intended and enacted curriculum, personal influences on curriculum and implications.     Poor coverage of intended and enacted curriculum, personal influences on curriculum and implications.
Synthesis   (10 marks) Exceptional and comprehensive synthesis of both literature and personal commentary offering both a critical and new perspective. Excellent and comprehensive synthesis of both literature and personal commentary offering both a critical and new perspective. Good synthesis of both literature and personal commentary offering both a critical and new perspective. Synthesis of both literature and personal commentary is sound – offering both a critical and new perspective. Unsatisfactory synthesis of both literature and personal commentary offering both a critical and new perspective.
Significance   (10 marks) Exceptional discussion of scholarly and pragmatic significance of literature on curriculum on practice. Excellent discussion of scholarly and pragmatic significance of literature on curriculum on practice. Good discussion of scholarly and pragmatic significance of literature on curriculum on practice.   Sufficient discussion of scholarly and pragmatic significance of literature on curriculum on practice. Insufficient or no discussion of scholarly and pragmatic significance of literature on curriculum on practice.
Academic Literacies   (10 marks) Exceptionally written and referenced with a coherent, clear structure that supports the statements made. Excellently written and referenced with a coherent, clear structure that supports the statements made. Well written and referenced with a coherent, clear structure that supports the statements made. Appropriately written with a satisfactorily coherent, clear structure that supports the statements made. Adequate referencing. Poorly conceptualised, written and referenced.

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