Hello, I am looking for someone to write an article on The Roles of Teachers as well as Learners to Curriculum Development. It needs to be at least 1250 words. In conducting the research, the study focuses on the application of curriculum in a high school setting. The research borders on an urban high school. It is a policy within the state that class sizes of high school need to consists of 10 students. The school in a study is in the urban regions of Manhattan with vast classes of students. The school provides a holistic environment for teaching students with Autistic, speech disorder, and behavior problems (Ospina et al 2008). Researchers state that structured and intensive training sessions are important for this class. The study’s derivatives come from interviews and observations.
The curriculum report provides details at the school. In relation to the school, the curriculum relates to the behavioral approach to learning. This approach in the learning environment provides aspects related to logical reasoning.
The approach towards learning at the school relies on various scientific as well as technical perspectives. The heavy presence of scientific methods of formulation ensures specific paradigms, strategies of development, and models of application. The school has been utilizing this approach to curriculum for the last 3 years. The advantages of using this model in teaching students in schools include the use of plans. The model utilizes plans, which includes goals of the program, learning outcomes as well as evaluation criteria (Ornstein, Francis, & Hunkins, . 2009).
. . . . . . . . . . . The use of the behavioral approach to curriculum borrows a leaf from Fredrick Taylor’s contribution to management study. The objective of the program is to guarantee efficiency in schools. Improvement of efficiency in schools means the reduction of the number of administrators, reduction of operational costs, reducing teachers’ wages, and eliminating small classes. . The application of the strategy takes a scientific approach to curriculum development (Brown, 2010). .The approach concentrates on the objectives of the curriculum in detail. It further considers the needs of learners. . . .