TYLER`S AND DEWEY IDEA OF CURRICULUM

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TYLER`S AND DEWEY IDEA OF CURRICULUM by Mind Map: TYLER`S AND DEWEY IDEA OF CURRICULUM

1. The learning doesn`t need to be in a memoristic way

2. SIMILARITIES

2.1. Both think that the experience is essencial for the learning of students.

2.2. The evaluation it doesnt count if the students dont achieve the abjectives with the guide of the teacher.

3. JHON DEWEY

3.1. The human beign learn through a "hands on" approach

3.2. The children start with 4 dominan impulses:

3.2.1. To communicate

3.2.2. To built

3.2.3. To inquire

3.2.4. To express more precisely

3.2.4.1. Play

3.2.4.2. Social Environment

3.3. Teachers and students must to learn together.

4. RALPH TYLER

4.1. Learning based on discipline and objectives.

4.2. Active Students

4.2.1. They interact with their own experiences

4.3. The teachers must to plan.

4.3.1. School`s objectives

4.3.2. Experiences proposed by the school

4.3.3. Prove the achievment of objectives