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Hidden Curriculum Factors
A discussion and personal reflection on the hidden curriculum in schools.
# 127650 | 1,000 words | 10 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Education (Curriculum)


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This paper discusses the hidden curriculum that exists in schools, identifying three factors associated with it and reflecting on the student's own experiences with the hidden curriculum. An opinion is offered on what the student would do differently with respect to the hidden curriculum.

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"The hidden curriculum has been defined as the skills that we are not taught directly, yet are assumed to know. (Myles Simpson) In many cases, hidden curriculum is constituted by what a school does, rather than what it says it is doing in its official mission statements and curriculum and, "The messages of hidden curriculum usually deal with attitudes, values, beliefs and behavior." (Cornbleth) An example of hidden curriculum is the unspoken intention of a high school to achieve a high rate of graduating..."

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