Education Curriculum For High School

1755 WordsMar 10, 20158 Pages
Introduction As time goes by there are many things that change this includes education. Education changes in different ways, such as the implication of technology, and new requirements in the education curriculum. In the UTeach program at the University of Texas Pan-American the students have been taught to teach a lesson, at a given grade level, to use technology; the classroom environments are evolving evident with the McAllen independent school districts in the high schools, middle schools and even elementary school because they implement iPads, which is technology, into their lessons. The curriculum is also changing over time in all grade levels, for example, chemistry requirements for 2012-2013 for the Texas high school “Science--two credits” ("19 TAC Chapter 74, Subchapter G", 2012) and one of those had to consist of a type of biology, but now the curriculum for high school science for the year 2014-2015 requires the students to have a total of three- “ Science--three credits” ("19 TAC Chapter 74, Subchapter B", 2014) and one of those has to consist of a type of biology. There are theories that can be applied to any teacher or classroom, but there are two theories that I applied throughout the expert and novice interview, which were the information processing theory and the expert- novice theory. I used the information processing theory in both the interview process and the analysis, but the expert, novice theory was applied more in the analysis section of the
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