Part I: For k-12, design one learning event, "Multicultural Learning" and address the following requirements.
1. Describe the need for the learning event, the learners, and the learning environment.
2. Develop appropriate learning outcomes (objectives) as they relate to the need and the learner.
3. Create "Multicultural Learning" event based on the appropriate learning theory (Behaviorism, Cognitivism, and Constructivism theories) that best matches the content, learner, environment, and outcomes.
4. Describe the instructional method(s) that will be used based on the above and explain how it matches the characteristics of the theory chosen.
5. Describe how it will be assesses if learning has occurred and explain how the selected assessment is appropriate for the theory.
Part II: From the links http://www.teachers.work.co.nz/archive_Aug_2004.htm and http://www.waldorflibrary.org/Journal_Articles/RB2202.pdf, or other internet resources:
1. Which paradigm best describes the school learning environment? Why? Provide an example.
2. How does the school paradigm affect the assessments and measurement of student learning?
3. Which paradigm most represents education and assessment? Explain.
As you explore your answers, please use these ideas to guide you:
1. In order to understand the basic elements of folk tales and myths, students will learn about the history, oral traditions, and other multicultural elements. The learners will be comprised on 7th grade Geography or Language Arts students. The learning event could be an online Folk Tale Festival where the learners can browse stories from all parts of the world and then respond to their learning.
2. As appropriate learning outcomes (objectives) as they relate to the need and the learner, please use these generic ideas to guide you:
1. Recalls major details of the ...