Teachers and management in schools try many methods to keep their students occupied in activities like reading books, technology, debates etc. Research recommends that to help students at large to achieve success in their studies, increase their wisdom and help them secure better grades in exams, writing in the curriculum can be a better option.
Also it would be a great idea if teachers from different districts and schools try to work jointly, merge the subject they teach and make a curriculum for their students to follow. It will definitely make the student more knowledgeable and will help them understand that the matter learned by them or taught to them is not unrewarding.
For students to practice learning one of the important things is networking or co-relation, and this can be easily done and integrated all through the curriculum with writing.
Writing in the school curriculum may sound effortless, but it needs all the teachers and all the members of school management to come forward and work mutually on a common goal. Also the school leaders should go through and mark the gap or loophole in their curriculum which can be recurring.
Constantly repeated lectures lead to student irritation and won’t keep the student engaged. This will affect their grades drastically. One more important thing is that the lessons taught in a class are a build of previous concepts. If the student does not have the basics clear he may just fool around, play catch-up or get discouraged and dispirited. And studies also have shown strong correlation between student success and school curriculum in accordance with standards.
The execution of the writing curriculum generally depends on the academic teacher. Management should keep a look at whether the curriculum is being followed by the staff properly. In case of any mistakes they must try to fix them immediately in the next class so that the teachers will also teach the set syllabus and assess the students accordingly.
To avoid such mistakes and tag along the plan teachers and management can have meetings after school hours. Teachers should also be aware of what is needed and how much. Unnecessarily stretching the matter will make students feel bored and might not have the preferred impact. Though associated curriculum does not give the assurance for a learner’s achievement, it can be a contributing feature for student success.