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Episode 4 ³BRIDGING EDUCATIONAL PROCESSES´ Name of FS Student: Jerick Cloyd Tactay Course: BEEd. III- Gen Ed. Resource teacher: Mrs. Rizza agam School: UNP Laboratory School
At the end of this activity, you should be able to identify educational programs that connect the school with the larger historical, social, cultural and political processes.
For this episode, go through the following ramps: Ramp 1. Visit a school and examine their calendar of activities. See how the students, community stakeholder are involved. Ramp 2. Identify the programs where the leaders create rewards for certain practices in delivering services to stakeholders. Record the observations on the calendar activities, programs and awards and the participants of stakeholders. Ramp 3. Reflect on how the stakeholders participate in school activities.
Your Analysis How important is involvement of all stakeholders of the school in the school¶s program and activities. care if the problem is solved or the issue is addressed. bring knowledge or skills about the issue. are being impacted by the problem or issue. When recruiting stakeholders. 2. will benefit if the problem is solved or the issue is addressed. which include: y y y y y A sense of accomplishment from bettering the community. Learning new skills. on a number of levels. groups.) What specific principle of curriculum development justifies the importance of cooperation and collaboration among all stakeholders of the school? Stakeholders are individuals. 6. by joining the collaboration. will bring a diverse viewpoint to the collaboration. . 3. and organizations who« 1. Fulfilling an obligation to contribute (due to professional status. it may be helpful to point out some of these benefits. 4. can help solve the problem or address the issue. Gaining recognition and respect. Stakeholders benefit. Meeting other community members. 5. etc.