A Look at the Relationship of Curriculum and Instruction and the Art and Science of Teaching

  • Flake L
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The definition of instruction and curriculum may take on different meanings based on the purpose or interpretation whether political, social, or educational. Teaching effectively requires the skill of a knowledgeable and experienced educator. Teaching can be convincingly debated as being an art or a science or defined collectively as an art and a science. The different approaches and ways to teach make teaching an art but the necessary knowledge of the material being taught makes teaching a science. An understanding of teaching as an art and a science enables educators to teach more effectively by providing perspective on different teaching approaches.

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Flake, L. H. (2017). A Look at the Relationship of Curriculum and Instruction and the Art and Science of Teaching. Asian Journal of Education and Training, 3(2), 82–85. https://doi.org/10.20448/journal.522.2017.32.82.85

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