Continuity, Sequence & Integration in Quality Curriculum Video

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Which term best describes how a curriculum can be created to link to a student's broader education outside of a specific classroom?

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1. You've been told that your curriculum does not provide students with adequate continuity. If we're using Tyler's definition of continuity, what is the specific problem in your curriculum?

2. You want to plan the sequence of your curriculum. What goal should you keep in mind?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The questions in this quiz will test your knowledge of Ralph Tyler's principles of curriculum development, including specific goals and considerations for sequencing and integration. You'll also be tested on problematic issues in curricula regarding continuity and the defining feature of spiral curriculum.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz will evaluate your knowledge of effective curriculum development including:

  • Features of spiral curriculum
  • Considerations for including integration in instructional planning
  • Main goal of sequence planning
  • Ralph Tyler's principles of curriculum development and their applications

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension- ensure that you draw the most important information from the related curriculum development lesson
  • Making connections- use understanding of the characteristics of spiral curriculum
  • Interpreting information- verify that you can read information regarding Tyler's curriculum development principles and interpret it correctly
  • Knowledge application- use your knowledge to answer questions about goals for sequence planning

Additional Learning

Review more concepts related to curriculum development in the accompanying lesson titled Continuity, Sequence & Integration in Quality Curriculum. This lesson discusses topics including:

  • Improving lesson continuity through sequence
  • Broadening students' education by determining what they know, what they're learning, and what matters to them
  • Methods for organizing lesson material
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