What is an example of hidden curriculum?

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What is an example of hidden curriculum?

Philip Jackson

Key Takeaways The U.S. is a mixed economy, exhibiting characteristics of both capitalism and socialism. Such a mixed economy embraces economic freedom when it comes to capital use, but it also allows for government intervention for the public good.

Q. How does education reinforce capitalism?

1. Schools are central institutions of modern capitalist society. … Public education is an important mechanism in creating social consensus because it is based on the idea that school offers “equal opportunities” for all citizens. This idea of education is a strong legitimating force of capitalism.

Q. What is tracking in sociology?

Tracking is separating students by academic ability into groups for all subjects or certain classes and curriculum within a school. … In a tracking system, the entire school population is assigned to classes according to whether the students’ overall achievement is above average, normal, or below average.

Q. Who came up with the hidden curriculum?

For example, if students earn good grades or extra credit for turning in homework on time, listening attentively, participating during class, raising their hands, and generally doing things they are told to do, the students may learn that compliance is important and that certain behaviors will be academically rewarded …

Q. How do you teach hidden curriculum?

Teaching Strategies for Uncovering the Hidden Curriculum

  1. Use a 5-Point Scale for assessing social perspective–how well do you understand others’ perspectives in specific situations. …
  2. Ask questions. …
  3. Watch those around you. …
  4. Develop a safe person. …
  5. Teach problem solving.

Q. Does a common curriculum promote equality?

The Common Core helps address inequity in education by ensuring all students are taught to the same high standards and held to the same rigorous expectations. … A Common Core-aligned curriculum will create a more challenging and exciting classroom experience.

Q. What is the difference between equal and equitable?

Equal/equally means exactly the same whereas equitable/equitably means fairly. For example, if you have two groups and both receive 50% of a resource that can be considered to be equal division of the resource, but may not be equitable.

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