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Curriculum Development - Key for a Vibrant School.

Curriculum development is generally done as a collaborative effort between teachers and administrators. The administrators bring the school or district's goals for a group of students, and the teachers contribute knowledge about the students. There are four stages to curriculum development: design and development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and review. For a great school, curriculum development is a constant process designed to create the best learning environment possible for each student.

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What is a Needs Assessment

A needs assessment phase is the first step toward actualizing concrete goals for adult learning. The phase needs to address what is the exact problem and what is an appropriate level of subject appreciation for the student's experience. The first part then comes from asking what administrators think needs to be changed. Understanding this view will help the assessment stage see what the administrators deal with their adult students.

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Set Your Learning Goals

To set your learning goals and write down your learning goal statement is a fun activity. For me, it sparks my brain in high gear as I go through all the things I want to teach people about my selected topic. I like the process of breaking it down to small pieces, individual goals that I will build my course on.

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Start with an outline or a map

This is an excerpt from my upcoming book. I will be publishing more of thes over the next Weeks and months.

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Managing Stress During an Exam

Under stress the body releases a hormone called cortisol. Cortisol can inhibit memory recall. After a stressful incident cortisol may reach a level that impacts your memory performance after thirty minutes. It then takes a few hours for the effect to wear off.

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