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What Is a Curriculum Model?

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A curriculum model is a structured framework of instruction. It is a guide set forth so all districts are teaching on the same level.I t starts with an evaluation of all districts, then a curriculum is designed, and finally it is implemented into practice and revised if needed.
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Cyclical Model includes elements from both the rational and dynamic models but is basically an extension of the rational models which are essentially logical and sequential in approach
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It is toucing on a little bit of everything and continuing to return to the concept rather than studying it in depth. I myself DON'T favor circular curriculums because I believe students
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The eMINTS instructional model is not curriculum based nor is it prescriptive in requiring any specific curriculum/scheduling strategy. Schools may use integrated curriculum approaches
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Just as gifted education has grown in the past decades, so has the VanTassel-Baska's model. The early model of a running parallel curriculum options has deepened with converging differentiated
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