Guided Response:Review several of your classmatesâ€™ posts and respond with a minimum 150-words to at least two. Provide recommendations to extend their thinking. Challenge your classmates by asking a question that may cause them to reevaluate or add components to their understanding of curriculum.By: Katrina LuscoAxiom 4: Curriculum change results from changes in people.As curriculum changes with changing times and people, teachers are aided by educators to keep up with the changes. Teachers must then learn to incorporate the new curriculum into their teaching methods. When curriculum changes happen, teachers, students, and parents are not always on board but they must learn to change their attitude about it so they can figure out what should be taught and how. Chapter 11 of our text states, â€œAnyone involved in creating changes in curriculum must themselves changeâ€ (Gollnick, Hall, & Quinn, 2014, para. 12).Change is something we must all go through to learn. In order for something to challenge us, there must be change. I believe this goes for everything in life including school curriculum. If there were no changes we would not be technologically advanced. Nowadays we can go to school online and this includes kindergarten through twelfth grade in what is known as virtual school. If these changes had never been made, a lot of us would not have the opportunity to pursue a degree.This impacts learning for students whom have had to learn a certain standard for a period of time only to have learn something in a completely different way. The same can be said for its impact for teaching. Some teachers get set in ways of teaching only to have to relearn a new method and figure out how theyâ€™re going to teach it. When someone has been doing a certain method for years, it is hard to change it, especially after being comfortable with it.I feel like our standards in a military CDC are constantly changing. Every year we have inspection and every year the list of expectations is different. How are we to practice and become familiar with what is needed when it is constantly changing? These standards can change any time we get a new chain of command, or when inspectors are switched out. There are good and bad changes but it is always frustrating that these changes come so quickly.ReferencesGollnick, D.M., Hall, G.E., Quinn, L.F., (2014). Introduction to teaching: Making a difference in student learning. Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publications. Retrieved from .ashford.edu/books/AUEDU100.15.1″>https://content.ashford.edu/books/AUEDU100.15.1By:Steven Stricklandâ€œAxioms provide guidelines for educators seeking ways to improve curriculum and solve curriculum problems.â€ Hall, G.E., Quinn, L.F., & Gollnick, D.M. (2014). The axioms are a primary guideline to follow when it comes to making changes to school curricula. The idea that things change, and it is something that simply does not happen over night. I am a firm believer in because the student gets into routines. Of the axiom listed in the text systematic curriculum development is more effective than trial and error. You start with having a final goal that you want to reach. The goal should have a step that you want to achieve. Look at it like a football game the first quarter you start running the ball. The second quarter you keep running the ball, and you throw a few short pass and the third quarter you noticed the defense moves up now you air it out you throw the deep pass. You start setting up the pass early in the game, and you reached the goal. You can see that there were steps that led up to this point.I found to be the one to best suit what I want to do as a career as a physical education teacher and coach. I find that you start from a beginning point with a team of developing a very basic playbook and build up as the skill of your team grows. The same thing can be said about the classroom you start a beginning point with the set goal of where you want to be. On day one you do not have the students run a mile. No, you start out with a lap and then have them do something else, and you do that for a week then you go to two laps, and you increase at a pace that best fits the children you are working with.ReferenceHall, G.E., Quinn, L.F., & Gollnick, D.M. (2014). Introduction to Teaching: Making a difference in student learning. Los Angeles: Sage Publishing.