Curricular Approaches

Pedagogical ModelsMishell Noa - Curricular ApproachesTyler and Dewey´s Differences and Similarities

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Curricular Approaches by Mind Map: Curricular Approaches

1. Differences

1.1. TYLER

1.1.1. Relies on behaviorism

1.1.2. It considers philosophical and psychological aspects.

1.1.3. It takes 4 stages

1.1.4. Produces educational activities to achieve the objectives.

1.2. DEWEY´S

1.2.1. The school is conceived as a space for the production and reflection of experiences relevant to social life.

1.2.2. It is based on the experience

1.2.3. The education it proposes was democracy based on theory and practice.

2. TYLER

2.1. Chicago 1902-1994

2.2. Master in Higher Education1949 ¨ Basic Principles of Curriculum¨

2.3. Curricular Model

2.3.1. Objectives Design

2.3.2. Selection of learning experiences

2.3.3. Organization of learning experiences

2.3.4. Evaluation

3. Similarities

3.1. Forms of Reaction to the Classical Curriculum

3.2. Propose curricular objectives according to the characteristics of the students.

3.3. Involve teachers, students, parents and society in education.

3.4. Awaken students' interest in learning and becoming creators of their own knowledge.

4. DEWEY´S

4.1. Chicago 1902-1994

4.2. Master in Higher Education1949 ¨ Basic Principles of Curriculum¨

4.3. Curricular Model

4.3.1. Objectives Design

4.3.2. Selection of learning experiences

4.3.3. Organization of learning experiences

4.3.4. Evaluation