Hidden Curriculum

Hidden Curriculum There are 3 factors that are embedded within the contexts of schools (Ahwee, et al., 2004): Crowds Praise Power Each of these factors serve to promote cultural values that collectively form a hidden curriculum. They are quite reflective of the dominant ideologies, and serve as the sources of reinforcements for acceptable ‘cultural’ behaviour... Continue Reading →

Strategies & Objectives

As students embody knowledge, skills and dispositions, then they become enhanced theories of their own experiences. What students do becomes their practice. This prompts me to consider what knowledge, skills and dispostions that we in our 'school's' allow students to embody. Do we give them the knowledge, or do we allow them to build knowledge... Continue Reading →

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