The Importance Of Pilot Curriculum

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It is important for every classroom to have an educated and diverse teacher. However, in many urban school districts this is a major concern, since it is not naturally practices. In these school districts it tends to be high teacher turnover rates, lack of parents involvement, and unmotivated students and lacks well-structured curriculums. Urban district generally struggle with having a multiple students in high poverty areas with a wide tax base. However there needs to be something implanted to ensure the variety in these students’ education opportunities.
When trying to change problems of this caliber it is important to establish an expertise-orientated approach. This approach is one of the oldest approaches, which judge the quality of
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A structured pilot curriculum gives student the opportunity to complete a trail run on a small scale. Pilot curriculums aides with preventing potential problems from escalating. Three benefits of a pilot curriculum will help confirm if you are ready for a full scale implementation, is an opportunity to gauge you target population’s reaction to the program and help you make better decisions about how to allocate times and resources. Standardized testing is a major factor in the curriculum as well. Standardized testing has always been a very important when it comes to designing a curriculum in education that need to be furthered evaluated to me. Standardized tests serve very specific purposes, such as measuring student achievement against a particular set of learning criteria, or identifying learning-disabled students in need of remedial assistance. With standardized testing it has not improved student achievement. After No Child Left Behind (NCLB) passed in 2002, the US slipped from 18th in the world in math on the Programmer for International Student Assessment (PISA) to 31st place in 2009, with a similar drop in science and no change in reading. A May 26, 2011, National Research Council report found no evidence test-based incentive programs are working: "Despite using them for several decades, policymakers and educators do not yet know how to use test-based incentives …show more content…
• What are the student success rate in urban school? ( this will determine by the personal gain of the students)
• What program logic or theory will be used?
• What are the resources and timeframes that will be used? With all of these factors contributing to the student’s success the stakeholder is responsible for the outcomes in education whether it is positive or negative. They are the ones that investment in the schools, which also causes aides in the schools success or failure. Stakeholders possess different roles within the schools, such as developing rules, titles and responsibilities to establish the schools growth and changes. The first questions stakeholder will have to ask are:
• Will your questions increase the learner’s will as well as his capacity to learn?
• Will they help to give her a sense of joy in learning?
• Will they help to provide the learner with confidence in his ability to learn?
• In order to get answers, will the learner be required to make inquiries? (Ask further questions, clarify terms, make observations, classify data,

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