|Teacher Training: a Reference Manual (Peace Corps, 1986, 176 p.)|
|Chapter 2 what a teacher needs to know|
As the Pieces Fall in Place
The puzzle is now complete. Each of the pieces has been presented and reviewed, and the relationship to other pieces should now be clear.
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The teacher should remember that there are many levels of curriculum decision-making: national, institutional, instructional and individual. Where some of these may be outside the direct control of the teacher, others are entirely 0a or her responsibility. Understanding the educational process as a whole can empower the teacher and make him/her an active participant in this process rather than an outside observer.
The final chapter of this manual Collaboration,. will help the teacher and teacher trainer alike to link up with colleagues and make the most of the resources at their disposal.