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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Website What is curriculum? 5 key concepts in curriculum.... How or why is curriculum more than just a document or a plan?Why is this important for educators to know? Curriculum 4, null curriculum Curriculum 1, the intended curriculum What is actually being taught by each individual teacher Curriculum 2, enacted curriculum What children are learning that you don't expect them to Curriculum 3, the hidden curriculum what the teacher wants children to experience 90-95% 2010 Completed Masters in Science Project in 2005 titled "Factual Approach to decision making in human related areas- Use of Graphology as a tool"Conducted Research and Experimentation to establish the link between Graphology and its application in the Software profession.Created a Software that would help people quickly get the personality information. Conducted good number of Live events including the live counseling sessions.Have presented in conferences and written articles about the use of Graphology and my experience. Curriculum is; It's what you want them to experience in order tolearn, what they learn that you don't realise they're learning, and what they don't learnbecause you avoid talking about it!'Blaise and Nuttall 2011 Copyright: AnujShweta Magazine (05th-Aug-2012) teachers omitting some topics and experiences from their work with children Curriculum 5, lived curriculum it is the combination of theintended curriculum, the enacted curriculum, the hidden curriculumand the null curriculum. Parents are a constant reminder that the curriculum isinextricably linked with values, feelings, affection and love-it is not merely anabstraction for academic inquiry or government manipulation.Curriculum Construction, Laurie Brady and Kerry Kennedy Why is curriculum more than just a document or plan; There are hundreds of different images of the child. Each one of you has inside yourself an image of the child that directs you as you begin to relate to a child. This theory within you pushes you to behave in certain ways; it orientates you as you talk to the child, listen to the child, observe the child. It is very difficult for you to act contrary to this internal image. For example, if your image is that boys and girls are very different from one another, you will behave differently in your interactions with each of them.(Malaguzzi quoted in McLachlan, 2013, p. 25)
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