Archive for July, 2006

Foundations of Curriculum and Instruction I tired to make it nice and colorful to appeal to a 3rd- to 6th-grade age group and included lots more “motion” than I usually include in my web-designs. This was one of the more interesting activities I’ve done so far in my online classes. Essentially, what we were supposed […]


Foundations of Curriculum and Instruction Knowledge advances each day. With the passing of time, among the many changes we can observe are new scientific discoveries, people migrating to different parts of the world, and information being easily disseminated using technology. Indeed, the world today would probably seem very surreal or fictional to people living generations […]


Foundations of Curriculum and Instruction “Mom! I’m home.”“Hi Dear! How was school today? What did you learn?”“Well… I learned about the Vikings… and I learned how to add fractions… and I learned that it is disrespectful to talk to Johnny while the teacher is giving us a lesson.” Admittedly, the above dialog is not entirely […]