In the context of environmental decision-making, efficiency can be interpreted as good process (rather than economic efficiency), and effectiveness as good outcomes ideally, if outcomes can be predicted with reasonable certainty, then good process should lead to good outcomes. Several factors affect all curriculum development in meeting the needs of 21st century learners in both organized academic settings and corporation learning centers blueprinting curriculum. Learning includes much more than school learning learning goes to help the human child in his physical, mental, emotional, intellectual, social and attitudinal developments all knowledge and skill, all habits, good and bad, all acquaintances with people and things, all attitudes built up in your dealing with people and things have been learned. O describe with some detail how these contextual factors of the community, school, etc will affect how you will design your instruction for the students in your classroom in the coming weeks.
B) describe the district, school, and classroom environmental factors that affect planning, teaching, and learning these should include the district and school environmental considerations (eg. Definition of external environment: conditions, entities, events, and factors surrounding an organization that influence its activities and choices, and determine its opportunities and risks also called operating environment. Enriched environment • think of your favorite restaurant, vacation site, thinking space at home, favorite childhood memory what locations and situations come to.
Factors that influence curriculum change gail m inlow professor of education northwestern university, evanston, illinois the purposes of education relate directly to the factors that facilitate. Describe the makeup and history of the community to provide a context within which to collect data on its current concerns comment on the types of information that best describes the community (eg, demographic, historical, political, civic participation, key leaders, past concerns, geographic, assets. Strategies to support social, emotional, and behavioral needs of students encouraging environment 29% after-school and community activities that are.
These factors include 1) environmental risk factors such as living in an unsafe community, receiving care within a low-quality child care setting, lack of resources available in the community or lack of policies supporting children and families, etc, 2) family risk factors such as maternal depression or mental illness in the family, parental. Contextual factors involved in inclusive education at the bottom of the framework in figure 1, contextual factors provide critical support for inclusive education in an open system it is beyond the scope of this paper to discuss these factors, however, they provide the structural, policy, and economic environment within which inclusive. Contextual factors the environment in which the counseling takes place can have a significant effect if it takes place where the client feels uncomfortable, for example where a school counselor speaks with a child in a feared classroom, then this may negatively affect the session. The preceding chapter documented many long-term trends in the way the us population lives, works, and travels that have sharply reduced the physical demands of daily life.
1describe the social, economic and cultural factors that will impact on the lives of children and young people (unit 7) there are many social, economic and cultural factors that will impact on the lives of the children and young people that we may work with. Various influences in the family environment contribute to children of alcoholics' (coas') risk of developing alcoholism and other mental health problems these risk factors. A positive school environment is defined as a school having appropriate facilities, well-managed classrooms, available school-based health supports, and a clear, fair disciplinary policy there are many hallmarks of the academic, disciplinary, and physical environments of schools with a positive climate.
The michigan folk school is a non-profit that offers reskilling, preservation and provisioning on a personal, public, and environmental scale they facilitate the teaching and learning of newly relevant old-school and agrarian skills. Assessing a community's risk and protective factors is also part of the groundwork of a needs assessment appendix #2 is a listing of risk and protective factors , and information on contacting the social development research group is located in the resource section. Community, district and school factors address geographic location, community and school population socio-economic profile and race/ethnicity you might also address such things as stability of community, political climate, community support for education, and other environmental factors.
Community participation is a strategy that respects the rights and ability of youth and other community members to design and implement programs within their community community participation opens the way for community members—including youth—to act responsibly. A needs assessment is an evaluation of the existing environment and capabilities of an organization relative to the preferred environment and capabilities—with the difference between the existing and preferred conditions being defined as the organization's needs. More specifically, school and district staff at times perceive the cultural practices of the home environment as causing low-income and racial/ethnic minority children to be unable to learn or in conflict with school practices. The primary purposes of this pilot study were to describe child factors (weight status, diagnosis), child activity levels (physical activity and sedentary behaviors), and parent factors (parent education, income, and employment) and to identify social and environmental facilitators and barriers to physical activity for cyshcn.