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Grass Root Education. Affect of poor curriculum structure. Curriculum Development: Perpetuates Recognition of Qualifications and Scholar Mobility . by Kim L. Guillory, Doctoral Student in Psychology. a tour of new features. Highlighted Operational Principles. 1. 3. 2.

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curriculum development perpetuates recognition of qualifications and scholar mobility

Grass Root Education

Affect of poor curriculum structure

Curriculum Development: Perpetuates Recognition of Qualifications and Scholar Mobility 

by Kim L. Guillory, Doctoral Student in Psychology

a tour of new features

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Highlighted Operational Principles

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3

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Establishing common purpose: Set an attainable agenda that is trans global (world extension cooperation)

What do we aspire to develop within learners?

Cognition: Knowledge & comprehension

Autonomy: Freedom to create your destiny

Mobility: Position of power (move freely)

  • Tools to develop learners?
  • Harmonize Instructional Design
  • Cross-nation Engagement
  • Scholar Educational Continuum
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Plan– Create a trans-global committee of scholars and possibly students to address key issues and current ideology of educational progression. “Moving and Thinking Forward”

  • Development- Research. Identify. State a clear philosophy based on the research findings
  • Execute- Application, how do we implement our “Developed Plan” with tact and diplomacy?
  • Evaluate- Use measurement tools that identify
  • 1). Progress
  • 2). Needs for improvement
  • 3). Interregional adaptation

Trans Global Curriculum Development Structure:

* How to perpetuate recognition of qualifications

Curriculum incorporates a culmination of programs administered by a country, state, school, school district or classroom (Oxford English Dictionary, "Curriculum," 152).

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*Scholar Mobility hinges on the recognition of qualification.Academic leaders must petition educational intuitions for trans-global bridging that will foster institutional synergy and curriculum likeness. To emerge “Illimitable Progression” the following approach should be considered.* Implementing a Mobility Template: the curriculum trans-global committee will be responsible for the direction and the content of coursework to ensure alignment with other colleges and universities in the same region or abroad. an era of limitless knowledge.

Recognition of Qualifications:

Can I Transfer to Another College or University Local or Abroad?

Will my credentials be recognized in other countries?

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Recognition of Qualifications: Examples of how courses are considered transferable, for selected universities in the United States of America

According to Vaira (2004) “International organizations (IOs) are vital players in assembling a higher education global policy.”

Wichita State University (2013)

“The student must provide a syllabus of the course to the Registrar, who will forward it to the chair of the appropriate department. The recommendation of the chair shall be forwarded to the dean of the college, who shall make a determination on the transferability of the course”.

Pennsylvania “Penn” State University (2013)

-Course work must be completed at a regionally accredited institution.

- Penn State must offer a similar course or program of study.

- Only courses in which a grade of “C” (2.0) or higher is earned

will be considered for transfer.

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University of California (2013)“Courses that further the student’s knowledge and understanding in fundamental liberal artsdisciplines such as mathematics, natural science, literature, social sciences, fine arts andphilosophy, are acceptable for transfer if comparable in scope and depth to those offered at the UC campuses.”

Recognition of Qualifications

Examples of how courses are considered transferable, for selected universities in the United States of America cont...

Global power is endless!

Referenced Universities

transfer guidelines. can be found on the websites of each university listed.

–Wichita State University (2013)

-Pennsylvania “Penn” State University

-University of California (2013) (2013)-

in closing listed are few recommendations for curriculum development resources
In Closing…listed are few recommendations for curriculum development resources.

1). [BOOK] The Bases of Competence. Skills for Lifelong Learning and Employability. FT Evers, JC Rush, I Berdrow - 1998 – ERIC

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Student and Scholar mobility

2). [BOOK] … of the Undergraduate Curriculum: A Comprehensive Guide to the Purposes, Structures, Practices, and Change. Jossey-Bass Higher and Adult Education …

JG Gaff, JL Ratcliff - 1997 - ERIC

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3). Shaping the college curriculum: Academic plans in action.

JS Stark, LR Lattuca - 1997 - ERIC

4). [BOOK] … Learning Communities: A Practical Guide to Winning Support, Organizing for Change, and Implementing Programs. Jossey-

Bass Higher and Adult Education …NS Shapiro, JH Levine - 1999 - ERIC

references
References

Oxford English Dictionary, "Curriculum," 152

Pennsylvania “Penn” State University (2013)

University of California (2013)

Wichita State University (2013)

Vaira, M (2004) Globalization and higher education organizational change:

A framework for analysis