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UPPER-SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS' APPROACHES TO SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS IN AN EXAMINATION DRIVEN CURRICULUM CONTEXT

Tamirirofa Chirikure
2020 Journal of Baltic Science Education  
The teaching-learning context, substantive and procedural knowledge lead to specific approaches and the emergence of subcategories of the three broad approaches.  ...  Keywords: science experiments, divergent approach, iterative approach, linear approach, mixed methods.  ...  Science Experiments in Context and Their Worth The ability to do science experiments is highly regarded in the Zimbabwean Advanced Level science curriculum.  ... 
doi:10.33225/jbse/20.19.523 fatcat:fljkf56renejzoj7b7fes4io2e

Teachers' experiences of teaching Accounting in the context of curriculum changes in South Africa

Jabulisile C. Ngwenya, Nosihle V. Sithole, Mercy Okoli
2021 The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa  
This study focuses on Accounting teachers' experiences of teaching the subject during the time of curriculum change.  ...  It adopts an interpretive qualitative case study design to get a thorough understanding of Accounting teachers' experiences.  ...  context of the curriculum changes is clearly important.  ... 
doi:10.4102/td.v17i1.873 fatcat:qxje7qfztjbhbdpghnjgsfnzsy

Curriculum review and reorientation experience

JM Green
2010 Journal of Family Ecology and Consumer Sciences / Tydskrif vir Gesinsekologie en Verbruikerswetenskappe  
Reviewing or changing the curriculum is the replanning of the breadth or scope of knowledge.  ...  Applying facts in other contexts is not automatic but must be practised. The success of the new curriculum and ethos of Community Resources also lies in feedback from employers and working graduates.  ...  What is a curriculum?  ... 
doi:10.4314/jfecs.v26i2.52742 fatcat:dxfgpmlmandozmff3gvepw3kiy

Understanding students' experiences in a PE, health and well-being context: a self-determination theory perspective

Shirley Gray, Fiona Mitchell, C.K. John Wang, Ashley Robertson
2018 Curriculum Studies in Health and Physical Education  
The findings highlight the importance of mixed methods research to provide context-specific account of student experience.  ...  Framed by Self-Determination Theory, this investigation explored student experience as they engaged in their Physical Education (PE), Health and Wellbeing curriculum in Scotland for the first time.  ...  However, given the inclusive nature of the curriculum in Scotland, it is both appropriate and timely to investigate the experiences of both boys and girls in their PE context.  ... 
doi:10.1080/25742981.2018.1442230 fatcat:kanf6hk7vfhfpish7py7gtvzse

Teacher experiences of culture in the curriculum

Elaine Chan
2006 Journal of Curriculum Studies  
She has research interests in the ethnic identities of first and second-generation Canadians, the interaction of culture and curriculum in school contexts, and student and teacher experiences of educational  ...  However, these secret stories recognize that the process of acknowledging culture in the curriculum is complicated: good intentions may be misconstrued, or individuals may bring to the school context experiences  ... 
doi:10.1080/00220270500391605 fatcat:tp3f67ap6fa4vohavxhnukdawq

The university pharmacy in the context of the pharmacy course curriculum guidelines (2017): a report of successful experience

Marcelo Silva Silvério, José Otávio do Amaral Corrêa
2018 Revista Brasileira de Farmácia Hospitalar e Serviços de Saúde  
scenarios of practice of the Unified Health System (SUS) at various levels of complexity, and there should be an integration of the course with the local and regional health system of SUS. 3 In this context  ... 
doi:10.30968/rbfhss.2018.092.008 doaj:157f9cc7eccc49f9852f73ff61ea8d68 fatcat:ulovlewmrfdyzngbcvijzzx76u

Implementing Aistear – the Early Childhood Curriculum Framework Across Varied Settings: Experiences of Early Years Educators and Infant Primary School Teachers in the Irish Context

Adell Woods, Arlene Mannion, Sheila Garrity
2021 Child Care in Practice  
Aistear: The Early Childhood Curriculum Framework, was launched in Ireland in 2009.  ...  applicable in all settings where children in the 0-6-year range are present; this includes all early years settings and the first two years of primary schools, referred to as "infant classes" in the Irish context  ...  The study needed to gather information from EYEs and PSTs who have recent experience working with the curriculum framework with this age cohort of children.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13575279.2021.1920367 fatcat:lft5stv55jdgrnfpme5htqfdeq

Curriculum Learning by Transfer Learning: Theory and Experiments with Deep Networks [article]

Daphna Weinshall, Gad Cohen, Dan Amir
2018 arXiv   pre-print
We then analyze curriculum learning in the context of training a CNN.  ...  We provide theoretical investigation of curriculum learning in the context of stochastic gradient descent when optimizing the convex linear regression loss.  ...  In this form curriculum learning has not been studied in the context of deep learning, and hardly ever in the context of other classification paradigms.  ... 
arXiv:1802.03796v4 fatcat:7sq4mw4ph5h3xez2v3nu2357i4

Patient Experience in Health Professions Curriculum Development

Scott Molley, Amy Derochie, Jessica Teicher, Vibhuti Bhatt, Shara Nauth, Lynn Cockburn, Sylvia Langlois
2018 Journal of Patient Experience  
To enhance student learning, many health profession programs are embracing involvement of patients in their curricula, yet little is known about the impact of such an experience on patients.  ...  Both authors tried to suspend their professional biases as much as possible when reading to allow meaning to present itself within the context of lived experience.  ...  To facilitate authentic representation and limit potential misinterpretations of patient contributions, the context of contributions should be considered when developing curriculum.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2374373518765795 pmid:30574552 pmcid:PMC6295813 fatcat:m5fevvrxlnc3tlwi5svjrlo73i

Implementing a Physical Education Curriculum: Two Teachers' Experiences

Jessica L. Fraser-Thomas, Charlotte Beaudoin
2002 Canadian Journal of Education  
In this article, we present a case study of two teachers' experiences implementing a juniorhigh school physical education curriculum.  ...  Data indicate that, despite teachers' best efforts, students did not meet all curriculum objectives.  ...  Because we wanted to better understand two teachers' implementation experiences, and because their experiences were embedded in their school context, we considered case study the most appropriate research  ... 
doi:10.2307/1602223 fatcat:rwh4qzt4fra4flrjxescsu6as4

Narrative, Experience and the Study of Curriculum

D. Jean Clandinin, F. Michael Connelly
1990 Cambridge Journal of Education  
The focus of the paper is on how a narratively understood curriculum for teacher education meshes with a curriculum for the teacher's students.  ...  experience in the form of stories, interviews, rules, principles, images, and metaphors.  ...  We assume that in the curricular event, it is teachers that reproduce or revolutionize social structures, communicate or reinterpret curriculum context, and cooperate with, or act in opposition to, the  ... 
doi:10.1080/0305764900200304 fatcat:eqyl53m3wbbepg73pskurhl2n4

Student experiences of a culturally‐sensitive curriculum: ethnic identity development amid conflicting stories to live by

Elaine Chan
2007 Journal of Curriculum Studies  
To cite this Article Chan, Elaine (2007) 'Student experiences of a culturally-sensitive curriculum: ethnic identity development amid conflicting stories to live by ',Journal of Curriculum Studies,39:2,  ...  A parallel distinction can be made of the terms 'students' stories of curriculum experiences' and 'stories of students' experiences of curriculum'.  ...  Knowledge about student experiences has the potential to inform teaching practices, professional development for educators, and decision-making around curriculum policies for multicultural school contexts  ... 
doi:10.1080/00220270600968658 fatcat:wuxxmtgxbngkzcrnrjbfm6uuyu

Crossborder curriculum partnerships: medical students' experiences on critical aspects

Dominique Waterval, Janneke M. Frambach, Stephen M. Scott, Erik W. Driessen, Albert J. J. A. Scherpbier
2018 BMC Medical Education  
However, since the learning environments and national healthcare contexts differ greatly between institutions, concerns have been raised in the literature about potential low quality of curriculum delivery  ...  The past decade has witnessed an upsurge in medical curriculum partnerships established across national boundaries to offer students at the foreign institution (host) a learning experience comparable to  ...  Methods Our aim was to explore students' experiences of challenges they face in crossborder curriculum partnerships, transcending a singular context.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-018-1239-6 pmid:29879976 pmcid:PMC5992638 fatcat:klfbwjuiprgrdl2ug22wfptcfu

Collaborative Nursing Education Partnerships: Faculty Experience of Shared Curriculum

Sandeep Kaur Gill, Pam Hawley, Tracey Clancy, Gayle Rutherford
2017 Quality Advancement in Nursing Education - Avancées en formation infirmière  
It is critical to acknowledge the university faculty members' transition experience of implementing the integrated context-relevant curriculum to their context and, ultimately, the impact this curriculum  ...  We will then explore nursing faculty members' perceptions of their experience of implementing the shared curriculum. An integrated context-relevant curriculum.  ... 
doi:10.17483/2368-6669.1093 fatcat:4nknlv43tfeq7dvosgmqwpxxoa

What Type of Knowledge Is Required in the Business Curriculum? Pedagogic and Curriculum Response to the "New Knowledge" [chapter]

David Laughton
2011 Building Learning Experiences in a Changing World  
Setting the Context These comments have turned attention to ways in which the business curriculum is determined, influenced and reproduced.  ...  theme, drawing upon their experiences and the knowledge they generated in an organisational context, with the tutor using this as a knowledge foundation to make links to and synthesise current academic  ...  The work given was more research based so it meant the project can be done at university…overall the experience was different, but good" (student one). "Q.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-0802-0_2 fatcat:a73vgm6cyff3dk55iwghw7i5ni
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