Curriculum Philosophy. Session Two. PLANNING CURRICULUN FOR THE FUTURE IS DIFFICULUT. MANY THINGS EED TO BE CONSIDERED WHAT PHILOSOPHY WHAT APPROACH AND HOW DO YOU DECIDE ON THE MATERIAL. Philosophy. Many believe that Curriculum is the foundation of education.
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They feel they are frivolous and a waste of money but begrudgingly allow a few students to take them
The Humanistic perspective- this curriculum push was a reaction to the hard-line repressive curriculum that isolated students ( Perennialism and existentialism)
Builds on Maslow’s work and looks at affective outcomes rather than cognitive
The goal is to produce self actualized people- develop the whole person
The Humanistic perspective-
Some people feel this way now
They feel we overemphasize the cognitive, put lots of pressure on students do away with
Humanist seek more meaningful relationships between students and teachers