I agree with this. Do you think most classes are designed with a "one size fits all" mindset? If so, how?
If one was doing radically different types of Instructional Design work. For example, I deem that it would be best to avert the Traditional Instructional Systems Design approach and instead consider using a Constructivist or Critical theory/critical pedagogy to achieve the desired objectives.
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Because students are individuals who come with unique skill sets and diverse backgrounds, a "one size fits all" model is not realistic or effective. Unfortunately, many classes are designed with a "one size fits all" mindset. Teachers are educating students for standardized assessments that dictate the types of knowledge that students must demonstrate and how regardless of whether a school is rich, poor, urban, suburban, or rural. In order to prepare students for these standardized assessments, curriculum and lesson plans are more and more ...
Why the "one size fits all" model is not realistic and how education could be changed using other models.
Is "one size fits all" an appropriate model for teaching?
Why does the concept of "one size fits all" learning not apply to teaching or training?View Full Posting Details