You are on page 1of 8

FS 4

FIELD STUDY
Learning Episode 1
My FS Learning Episode Overview
The meaning of curriculum

- The Episode unfolds the meaning of curriculum fro the students point of
view, from authoritive sources and from ifferent people of varius
discipline.

My Desires Learning Outcomes


Give the meaning of curriculum from different points of view
Analyse the different meanings of curriculum
Prepare/accomplish matrix on the evolving meaning of curriculum

My Performance Criteria
I will be rated along the following:
Quality of my observations and documentation,
Completeness and depth of analysis,
Depth and clarity of classroom observation-based reflection,
Completeness, organization, clarity of portfolio and
Time of submission of portfolio.

My Learning Essentials
The word urriculum may be defined in various ways. The definitions may e
limited or broad in scope.

Limited definitions of the curriculum Broad definitions of the curriculum


A set of courses constituting an Sum total of all the learning
area of specialization experiences inside and the outside
Is an identification of proper goals the school
Can be considered as a system of The set of learnings and
dealing with people and the experiences for students/learners
process planned by the school to attain
Is a means of attaining the aims the aims of education
or philosophy of education Is the entire range of experiences,
Planned learning experiencess undirected and directed,
concerned with the unfolding the
abilities of the individual
Is a plan of action or written
document which includes
strategies for achieving desired
goals or ends.
Serves as the operationa; medium
through which the school displays
and coordinates the patterns of
transmission, translation, and
transposition of the educative
experiences for which it assumes
responsibility.

My Map

To ensure that I will be able to do this


activity, I must follow the steps in
reaching the CURRICULUM flag.

Curriculum
My learning Activities
Activity 1 Interview people from different schools in various disciplines
and levels. Get their opinions on the meaning of curriculum
Name (s) Designation Meaning Signature
1. Kristia Teacher- Our Curriculum is the idea
Angela B. Lady Of Purity of the specific subjects
Geocadin Academy as presented by trivium
or quadrivium.
curriculum affects the
students performance
in the school.
2. Co-ann B. Teacher Curriculum involves
Gicangao Catalino organized rather than
National High planned experience
School because any event must
flow on its own accord,
the outcome not being
certain beforehand.
3. Rowela Teacher- Negros The subjects that the
Gallo Occidental High students learn inside
School the classroom.
Curriculum consists all
planned experience that
the school offers to all
students.

Conclusion (After analyzing the results of the interview, what can you conclude?)

Curriculum is the important factor affects the students performance.


These help the teacher to have direction in presenting their lesson. As
curriculum makes every student enjoy the learning as curriculum makes
to make the learning meaningful and enjoyable.
My Map -----To ensure that I will be able to do this activity, must follow the ff.
1. Present a letter of request
2. Interview a teacher and administrator on their view points or traditional
and progressive curriculum.
3. Interview a parent and ask her/ his viewpoints o traditional and
progressive curriculum.
4. Research on the differences of traditional and progressive curriculum.
Accomplish the H chart.
5. Call/Interview your friends from other institutions and ask the same
question
6. Prepare your portfolio

MY LEARNING ACTIVITIES
ACTIVITY 1 Interview an administrator, a student and a parent. Find out
their view points on the traditional and progressive curriculum.

Name of student:
School:
Signature:

aspects traditional progressive


Roles of Teacher

Roles of pupils

Modes of instruction

Instructional materials

Modes of asessment
Activity 1.1 Interview a teacher and an administrator. Find out their viewpoint
on the traditional and progressive curriculum
Name of faculty member:
School:
Subject areas taught/ handled:
Signature:
aspects traditional progressive
Roles of Teacher

Roles of pupils

Modes of instruction

Instructional materials

Modes of asessment

Activity 1.1 Interview a teacher and an administrator. Find out their viewpoint
on the traditional and progressive curriculum

Name of Administrator:
School:
No. of years of administrative experience:
Signature:
aspects traditional progressive
Roles of Teacher

Roles of pupils

Modes of instruction

Instructional materials

Modes of asessment
Activity 1.2 Interview a parent. Find out his/her iewpoints on the traditional
and progressive curriculum.

Activity 1.1 Interview a teacher and an administrator. Find out their viewpoint
on the traditional and progressive curriculum
Name of member:
Highest educational attainment:
Signature:
aspects traditional progressive
Roles of Teacher

Roles of pupils

Modes of instruction

Instructional materials

Modes of asessment

MY REFLECTION:
Activity 2 Research on the differences of the traditional and progressive
curriculum. Accomplish the H-Chart given below. Write the similarities at the
center and the differences on each side.

Traditional Curriculum:

Similarities:

Progressive curriculum;

My personal insights:
Activity 3 Call up your friends from other teacher education institutions. Find
out what is their own point of view of curriculum. Put a check mark o he
corresponding column.

Names of Traditional progressive both


students/schools
1.Dennis
Omangayon-
Pontevedra
National High
School
2. Julyca
Lastimoso- St.
Micheal
Academy
3.Reynan
Lastimoso-
Pontevedra
Negros
Occidental
4.Jason
Magante-
Pontevedra
National High
School
5.Ramelyn
Sodaro-
Pontevedra
National High
School
My insights:

According to my studies, the curriculum development that experience the


students are both traditional and progressive for teachers inserted the
both curriculum.