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Curriculum and Instruction

Curriculum and Instruction

Curriculum and InstructionIf you really want to make a your mark in the field of education, become a designer of curriculums. It takes a lot of patience, research, and imagination, but you will learn the most effective and intelligent ways to educate. Students must have a program of study and solid methods of instruction from which to learn, making curriculum and instruction important elements for any school or educational institution. Developing curricula requires a specialized understanding of modern theories and principles as well as the needs of stakeholders such as schools, parents, the community, and the state boards. In addition, working to improve instructional methods can help schools educate their students better, faster, or more in line with modern techniques.

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HTML Guides

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Social Work Research

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  • SAGE Journals - Research on Social Work Practice
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