Definición de Curriculum.
El curriculum es un cuerpo organizado de elementos, contenidos y factores que participan en el acto docente. Debe ser abierto, flexible y contextualizado, transmitir una formación integral no solo basada en los contenidos; no es neutro, por lo tanto tiene influencias culturales, políticas y sociales, ocurriendo una selección cultural (notransmite toda la cultura del país sino lo que se considere "adecuada" para los fines del gobierno y grupos dominantes). Es una especie de guía que busca que todos los alumnos(as) pasen por un proceso de normalización (escolarización, "igualación" en el nivel educacional y costumbres).
Para lograr el cumplimiento y desarrollo del curriculum debe existir un intermediario capacitado entre el curriculumy el alumno, este es el docente (pedagogo).
Kurt Donald Cobain was born on 20 February 1967, at Grays Harbor Hospital in Aberdeen, Washington, to a waitress, Wendy Elizabeth Fradenburg and an automotive mechanic named Donald Leland Cobain. Cobain's family had a musical background. His maternaluncle Chuck Fradenburg starred in a band called The Beachcombers, his Aunt Mari Earle played guitar and performed in bands throughout Grays Harbor County, and his great-uncle Delbert had a career as an Irish tenor. When Kurt was eight years old, his parents divorced. Later in his life, he said the divorce had a profound effect on his life. His mother noted that his personality changed dramatically;Cobain became defiant and withdrawn. In a 1993 interview, he elaborated: “I remember feeling ashamed, for some reason. I was ashamed of my parents. I couldn't face some of my friends at school anymore, because I desperately wanted to have the classic, you know, typical family. Mother, father. I wanted that security, so I resented my parents for quite a few years because of that." During hissophomore year in high school, Cobain began living with his mother in Aberdeen. Two weeks prior to graduation, he dropped out of Aberdeen High School upon realizing he did not have enough credits to graduate. His mother gave him a choice: find employment or leave. After one week, Cobain found his clothes and other belongings packed away in boxes. Feeling banished from his own mother's home, Cobainstayed with friends, occasionally sneaking back into his mother's basement. Cobain also claimed during periods of homelessness to have lived under a bridge over the Wishkah River, an experience that inspired the Nevermind track "Something in the Way".
In late 1986 Cobain moved into an apartment, paying his rent by working at a Polynesian coastal resort approximately 20 miles north of Aberdeen.During this period, he was traveling frequently to Olympia, Washington to go to rock concerts. During his visits to Olympia, Cobain formed a relationship with Tracy Marander, who reportedly was the subject of the song "About a Girl", and is listed in the photo credits on the album Bleach.
During high school, Cobain rarely found anyone with whom he could play music. While hanging out atthe Melvin’s' practice space, he met Krist Novoselic, a fellow devotee of punk rock. Novoselic's mother owned a hair salon. Cobain and Novoselic would occasionally practice in the upstairs room of the salon. A few years later, Cobain tried to convince Novoselic to form a band with him by lending him a copy of a home demo recorded by Cobain's earlier band, Fecal Matter. After months of asking,Novoselic finally agreed to join Cobain, forming the beginnings of Nirvana.
The band name Nirvana was taken from the Buddhist concept, which Cobain described as "freedom from pain, suffering and the external world," which paralleled with the punk rock ethic and ideology.
During their first few years playing together, Novoselic and Cobain were hosts to a rotating list of drummers. Eventually,...