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DIMENSIONS OF CURRICULUM DESIGN

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by Nimfa Lozada on 19 August 2013

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Transcript of DIMENSIONS OF CURRICULUM DESIGN

DIMENSIONS OF CURRICULUM DESIGN
Curriculum designs provide clear
relationships between and among the
different elements of the curriculum:
SCOPE
> All the content, topics, learning experiences and organizing threads comprising the educational plan.
> The term broad, limited, simple, general are few of the words that can describe the scope.
> It refers to the coverage of the curriculum.
> The scope of the curriculum can be divided into
chunks called :
> Each chunks is guided
by the general curriculum or goals.

FOR PRICIPLES FOR SEQUENCE
OBJECTIVES
CONTENTS
ACTIVITIES
AND
EVALUATION
UNITS
SUB-UNITS
CHAPTERS
SUB-CHAPTERS

COGNITIVE
AFFECTIVE
PSYCHOMOTOR
DOMAINS
SEQUENCE
> Contents and experiences are
arranged into hierarchical manner,
where the basis can either be
logic of the subject matter
or on the developmental
patterns of growth of the ..
Simple to
Complex Learning
Chronological Learning
Prerequisite Learning
Whole to Part
Learning
SCOPE
The breadth and depth of content
to be covered in a curriculum
at any one time
(e.g. week, term, year,
over a student’s school life).

All that you do in a
given period.
Difference between
SCOPE and SEQUENCE
SEQUENCE
The order in which
content is presented to
learners over time.
The order in
which you do it.
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