CBSE 2001 Midterm
is pragmatism (Or other
ism(s) you are interested in [constructivism, behaviorism, capitalism,
idealism, existentialism…..])? What
is the rationale behind this school of thought in relation to education? What is the outlook of pragmatist
curriculum for educational theory and practice? What are the main theses
of the representative thinker for pragmatism in education (pragmatism, for
instance, John Dewey, Charles S. Pierce and William James)?
learning (or interdisciplinary curriculum approach) Or 2.1 differentiated instruction in classrooms is
another trend influencing what is taught in the schools today. What strategies (3 and more) you would
use for implementing cooperative learning (or interdisciplinary curriculum
approach) or differentiated instruction in your future classroom? Please
elaborate each strategy you propose.
live in a diverse society, what would be your approaches to teach ELL
students and children with special needs (present four concrete
suggestions in dealing with this issue)? Please also elaborate on your
proposal. Or 3.1 what strategies (3 and more) do you
propose to teach in a low-achieving class, most English language learners?
Please elaborate each strategy you propose.
is the proper way to prepare for high-stakes, State-mandated tests?
(Should you teach to the test? Should you teach test-taking techniques?
Should you ignore the test and simply follow the required normal
curriculum? What approach can you defend as a proper one?) Please
elaborate your answer. And 4.1 what vision for
schools do you have for the future? Consider the characteristic of an
ideal school-one that prepare for life in the twenty-first century.