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The Role of Teachers in Shaping Curriculum and Educational Standards
Teachers play a significant role in shaping what students learn. It’s essential to understand that while teachers are deeply involved in curriculum development, the primary responsibility for curriculum lies with the Department of Education. What’s crucial in this process is the development of standards which are educational benchmarks for what students should know and be able to do during their school journey. These standards are typically created by the Department of Education.
It’s important to note that standards are not the same as the curriculum itself. Instead, they serve as guiding principles for developing the curriculum at the local level, within school districts and in each individual schools. The state ensure that districts and schools follow these standards by requiring public schools to participate in high-stakes assessments that reflect these state standards.
The implementation of standards in schools has led to significant changes in teaching and learning. For instance, English language arts standards aim to help students develop their critical thinking skills, logical reasoning and their ability to gather evidence to support their ideas. These standards can greatly influence how teachers approach teaching and support students with diverse learning needs.
The impact of a teacher’s beliefs and orientation towards the purpose of the curriculum is also crucial especially for teachers who aim to be culturally responsive and responsible.
If a teacher follows a transmission-oriented approach where they focus on behavioral objectives, they stick to a discipline-based curriculum organization and expect students to memorize what they deliver. In simpler terms, this method tends to uphold privilege for a select group of students.
On the other hand, if a teacher adopts a transformation-oriented approach, they will create a student-centered, problem-based learning environment. In this approach, students are encouraged to use their own experiences and backgrounds as the foundation for learning. This transformation-oriented approach empowers students to address critical social challenges in meaningful ways.
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