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Copy of The Six (6) Features of Curriculum

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Transcript of Copy of The Six (6) Features of Curriculum

Who do the teachers teach?
are at the
center stage in the
educative process.
Who teaches?
What do the teachers teach?
How do teachers teach? –Strategies & Methods
Crafting the Curriculum (Module II-Lesson 3)
The Six Features

Quality Education requires
quality teachers.
Good teachers
- knowledge from the information.
Excellent teachers- wisdom from the knowledge.
"To help the learners cope with rapid changes to understand and succeed in the new work in the workplace, we must design a curriculum oriented to tomorrow"

"capped with compassionate and winsome nature".
Teachers should select teaching methods, learning activities and instructional materials or resources appropriate to learners and aligned to objectives of the lesson.
With whom do we teach?
Community Partners
Teaching is a collaborative undertaking.
How much of the teaching was learned?
They formulate objectives to be accomplished by the learners.
Performing or teaching what lesson did they planned.
Assessment- to find out if the objectives set were accomplished.

The learners are capable of directing and
guiding themselves in resolving problems,
thus they become independent learners

The learners are prepared to assume their
civic responsibilities through direct
participation in different activities

The curriculum leads the learners in the
recognition of concerns and problems and
in seeking solutions. The learners are
considered problem solvers

The primary focus is the subject matter
The emphasis is on bits and pieces of
information which are detached from
The continuing pursuit of learning outside
the school is not emphasized. Learning
should only take place inside the
The subject matter serves as a means of
identifying problems in living

A new respect for the child is fundamental
A new freedom of action is provided
The whole activity is divided into units of
The recognition of the need for using and
exploring many media for self-discovery
and self-direction is embraced

Problem-Centered Approach

This approach is based on a curriculum
design which assumes that in the process of
living, children experience problems. Thus,
problem solving enables the learners to
become increasingly able to achieve complete
or total development as individuals.

Subject-Centered Approach

Anchored on the curriculum design which
prescribes different and separate subjects into
one broad field, this approach considers the

Child or Learner-Centered Approach

this approach to curriculum design is based on the underlying philosophy that the child is the center of the educational process

curriculum is constructed based on the needs, interests, purposes and abilities of the learners

curriculum is also built upon the learner’s knowledge, skills, learning and potentials

Approaches to Curriculum Design

The three major curriculum design models
are implemented through the different approaches
that are accepted by the teachers and curriculum
practitioners. How the design is utilized becomes
the approach to the curriculum.

This approach is characterized by the
following views and beliefs:
This approach considers the following:
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