Today's topic is Curricular Traditions. Mainly focusing on Traditional, Progressive, and Critical learning methods I will be having an artifact representing each schooling method throughout this podcast. Specifically for my project, I will be focusing on moments in my life where I've experienced these schooling methods. For tradition, I will be discussing how my schooling growing up was. For Progressive, I will be speaking about my education courses in College and for Critical. Will be talking about the class that this assignment is for, School and Society.
Kohn, Alfie. “Progressive Education: Why it's Hard to Beat, But Also Hard to Find.” Bank Street College of Education Educate, 2015. Accessed 10 March 2022.
Lee, Young Ah. “What Does Teaching for Social Justice Mean to Teacher Candidates?” ERIC, https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ988204.pdf. Accessed 10 March 2022.
McGinnis, Eren Isabel. “Precious Knowledge | Ethnic Studies in Arizona | Independent Lens.” PBS, https://www.pbs.org/independentlens/documentaries/precious-knowledge/. Accessed 10 March 2022. Spring.
“The History and Goals of Public Schooling.” Accessed 10 March 2022.
University of Colorado at Boulder School of Education. School and Society: A Reader in the Social Foundations of Education and Educational Diversity. Kendall/Hunt, 2010. Accessed 10 March 2022.