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Curriculum change and Innovation

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Transcript of Curriculum change and Innovation

Difference b/w the Innovation and Change
Curriculum change and Innovation
Ruqia Jehangir
M.Phil Education
14th Dec,2015

Curriculum Change
Hoyle defines change as development, renewal and improvement of a curriculum due to external forces.

Curriculum Innovation
Harris describes Curriculum innovation refers to ideas or practices that are new and different from those that exist in the formal prescribed curriculum.
it is planned and delibrated process.
Sources of Change and Innovaton
National Imposition
Societal needs
Technology
Stake-holder views
Types of Curriculum Change
Hardware Change
New classrooms,
Equipment,
Books
Play grounds.
Software Changes
These affect the content of the curriculum. They are related to the methods of delivery of curriculum also.
Forms Of Changes
 Substitution
 Alteration
Addition
 Restructuring
Strategies
 Participative Problem-Solving
 Planned Linkage
 Coercive Strategies
Models of curriculum change and innovation
The Research, Development and Diffusion Process Approach/model
Innovation is conceived at the head or center and then fed into the system. This views the processes of change as a empirical-rational sequence of phases in which an innovation is:
i. Invented or Discovered,
ii. Developed,
iii. diffused,
iv. Disseminated To The User.
Problem-Solving Model
Also called problem reduction model.
This model is built around the user of the innovation, who follows the steps below.
i. Determine the problem.
ii. Search for an innovation.
iii. Evaluate the trials.
iv. Implement the innovation.

The Social Interaction Approach
Anaele (2008) states that this model involves the transmission of knowledge by social group of school. He emphasizes that the model relates to the processes of diffusion of new ideas, practices or products.
They described the unplanned process as the spread of new ideas or practices through contacts between and among teachers within a school, among schools, between teachers and supervisors, among all others(education bodies)
The Linkage Model
Anaele (2008) reiterates that the linkage model unify and integrate the three preceding models.
Hoyle (1993) state that the linkage process is based on the link between the school and the various specialized/centralized agencies linkage centers just like Anaele has suggested, may be in form of Professional Centers, Resource Centers, ICT centers, ect. These agencies are the linkage point between the national agencies of curriculum development, change and innovating schools, to provide consultancy services, and to offer in-service training for teachers as end users
How Does the Rest of the process goes
Innovation process
Innovation planning
Innovation Implementation
Constrains of the Change & innovation
 Limitations of resources such as time, finance and energy.


Lack of motivat to change the curriculum.
Content
Change & innovation difference
Sources of Change & Innovation
Types of change
Forms of change
Strategies
Models
Limitation
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