A Curriculum Philosophy

Curriculum can be defined as the set of courses, and their content, that are offered in learning institution whether primary, secondary, college or university. It can also be defined as the set of courses and contents that are offered in a particular area of Jurisdiction. Curriculum philosophy can therefore be described as the critical study […]

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Curriculum Design

This paper explores the dynamics and dimensions of the perceivably feasible efforts aimed at remodeling the English Curriculum Design. The paper takes a significant thrust at outlining the thrusts aimed at renewing foreign language learning models while also taking into cognisance the elements of the language curriculum. The proliferation of knowledge contributions around the bodies […]

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Reflecting on Theory and Practice

Reflect on and analyse my roles and responsibilities as a pre-school teacher/deputy manager, then reflect on overall benefits from studying this course My primary role at my setting is to ensure that the children’s well-being and safety is in mind at all times. I endeavour to provide good quality care and education for all children […]

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Standards in Curriculum

A curriculum is a set of instructional ideas that encompasses the true goal of providing an educational system through a set of course requirements (Wikipedia, 2008). Usually, such a curriculum is considered to be a plan or an outline where every single activity or leaning module for the entire course of education is dependent. But […]

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Sports and Character Building

Character is defined as the set of moral qualities which are present in an individual. It can include attributes like discipline, prudence, courage, integrity, honesty, loyalty and any good behavior or habit. Character building refers to the process of using tools and techniques to allow young people to think intensively and critically. Sports can be […]

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Roles In Curriculum

Almost every curriculum leaders believe and hope that they would have the capability to create a positive difference or at least improve positively the achievement and effectiveness of the wellbeing of students and the educational environment. Curriculum leaders who have the ability to involve the staff or educational employees in a discussion of teaching, most […]

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Role of parents in Curriculum

Who are the participants and referent groups in curriculum development? What role, competencies, and types of responses should be expected from the public? To what extent should parents be directly involved in determining content, instructional materials, and programming? What can degrees of responsibility be expected from parents in order to avoid irresponsibility? What factors must […]

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Curriculum Design

Throughout this essay I will critically analyse the principles and processes of curriculum design, looking at how they apply to my own curriculum. I will look at both formal and informal elements of curriculum and also my own inclusive practice and how effective it is. Let me begin with the definition of curriculum. The word […]

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Developing curriculum

Curriculum development is a process that helps a educational institution/training organization to teach the students in a planned manner. Lewis et al conducted a study to determine the techniques that should be utilized to develop curriculum for vocational courses run by the Colorado state. Many officials, teachers, educators, staff of the colleges, etc, were interviewed. […]

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The Curriculum Theory

The curriculum constitutes a major part of the educational framework. It may also defined in various contexts depending on its purpose or intended results – that is, the educational curriculum, total curriculum, ‘hidden’ curriculum, planned and received curriculum, and the formal and informal curriculum. However, despite the various designations that academic institutions may attach to […]

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