Importance of Getting a Homeschool Curriculum That Suits Your Child’s Learning Style

Children grow up to be the adults who mould and shape both our societies and our Countries. That being said, it is the job of the parents to mould the child in to being an educated and responsible adult. Children are little individuals, with strong Read More …

Computer Science Curriculum

If you want to get a BS degree in computer science, you will need to complete approximately four years of schooling-the same as for any bachelor's degree. There are different types of schools that offer these computer degrees, ranging from online schools to technical schools Read More …

A Leadership Guide – Developing Curriculum Based Decision Making Teams with Response to Intervention

A new vision and role is emerging in the field of school psychology, demanding a revision of the traditional ‘tester/interpreter’ to that of skilled and knowledgeable facilitator/leader in the area of Curriculum Based Decision Making (CBDM) and Response to Intervention (RTI). Curriculum Based Decision Making Read More …

Adult Bible Study Curriculum – Stand Alone Lessons

If you have been teaching Adult Bible Study Curriculum for very long you know that they usually have a specific calendar and there is not much wiggle room in it. While this is helpful at times it looks there are more more moments where this Read More …

How to Design Learner-Centered Curriculum in E-Learning

Learner-centered curriculum is not necessarily a new idea. In fact, it was born out of the dawning of the digital age when it became feasible that a learner no longer had to be an impassive online learner. With new approaches to instructional design (think the Read More …

Involve Key Stakeholders When Writing Training Curriculum

In designing curriculum for adults, it is important to begin your design process with the opportunities, that is, what you want your students to be able to do in their rest-of-life roles as workers, family members, or community members. But where do those outcomes and Read More …

Technology in the Classroom – Six Easy, Inexpensive Ways to Use Technology in Your Curriculum

Educators worldwide have been issued the same challenge: integrate technology into your curriculum. Still, teachers are hard pressed to find concrete suggestions for using technology. Never fear. There are many ideas on this page. What follows are six easy ways to integrate technology into your Read More …

Writing Curriculum For Adults – Begin With the End in Mind

Curriculum design should always begin with the end in mind. In that first meeting with clients who have hired me to design or redesign curriculum I always ask, “What do you want the training participants to be able to do out there, outside of your Read More …

Curriculum Design That Engages Adult Learners

The adult learner wants to be an active participant through the entire learning process. This means I need to find ways to involve him asking asking him to sit and listen to me lecture or read from a slide show. One sure-fire way to design Read More …