spiral curriculum

spiral curriculum

A popular UK for an education curriculum for doctors training in a particular specialty or area of specialist interest, in which trainees revisit the core competencies in each year of training as they progress from a basic level of functioning to a specialist level. The level at which trainees are assessed will increase, as their ability to manage increasingly complex occupational health scenarios develops.
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Rymarz proposes an education al approach to religious education, one rooted in a spiral curriculum.
The program's signature spiral curriculum uses distributed practice to help students build depth of knowledge and achieve long-term mastery of concepts and skills.
The goal of the project was to adopt the spiral curriculum approach to the bioprocess engineering option within the undergraduate BSE program at Virginia Tech.
These standards "convey the essence of the spiral curriculum concept of visiting and revisiting a few key ideas from kindergarten through twelfth grade" (Ellis, 2007, p.
The inclusion of exercises not related to probability within probability lessons, particularly in the Problem Solving-Alternative and Standards-Popular series, may reflect the spiral curriculum philosophy that constant, systematic review will help students maintain their skills.
Specific objectives are organized according to the spiral curriculum method, whereby the student moves from the known to the unknown, from the easy to the difficult and from the real to the symbolic.
In line with the Government's strategy, drug education in the city begins at age five and is built on in a spiral curriculum, revisiting the subject over the pupils' school years.
Specifically, a spiral curriculum could allow adolescent girls to make allowances for their personal experiences by selecting courses that provide opportunities to develop their personal gifts and skills.
The Rhode Island School for the Deaf employs a spiral curriculum plan, wherein the same general topic is visited several times over several years, each time going deeper and broader into its issues.
Long recognized as a pioneer and leader in global education, Ross School educates students in grades pre-nursery through 12 with an interdisciplinary spiral curriculum, which integrates learning across mathematics, history, science, arts, language, wellness and media studies and facilitates the 500 day and boarding students in attendance to gain integrated content knowledge and develop intercultural understanding through classroom experiences, on-site learning and travel.
The focus of the project is to introduce a theme-based spiral curriculum into the Bioprocess Engineering option.