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Curriculum Development

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Janica Borgoños

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Transcript of Curriculum Development

Features of Curriculum Materials
Scope
Comprehensiveness
Flexibility
Support for teacher
learning
7 Rs of Quality Curriculum Material
What are curriculum materials?
The physical resources used to support the presentation of and interaction with the curriculum content.

Conventional curriculum materials include textbooks, workbooks, manipulatives, charts and posters, etc.

Desired Learning Outcome
Viewed and valued the big picture of the whole module on Curriculum Development for Teachers

Curriculum Development
Authentic quality that mirrors what the students will do as teachers.

A curriculum material is real if it builds understanding engage in real life activities to becoming teachers.

Prepared by: Janica A. Borgoños
The Final Action for a Curriculum Material
2. Real
3. Requires
Independence
Students are self-directed in
doing their tasks.

A curriculum material requires independence if students are
given opportunities to make appropriate choices.

4. Rich in thinking
Requires students more
than memorization.

The curriculum materials
make students do
observations, make
judgement based on
evidence.

Requires students more
than memorization.

The curriculum materials make students do observations, make judgement based on evidence.

5. Revealing
Uncovers students level of understanding and misconceptions.

It seeks to show what the students do and do not understand, but how they understand it.

6. Rewarding
Intrinsically motivating the students to do the task.

The students can articulate what they are learning, if they can share clearly the results of their individual and group tasks.
7. Reflective
Makes students more reflective in the learning process that contributes to better performance.

It allows students to think about one’s learning not
only about feelings.

References
Bilbao, Purita P., et.al “Curriculum Development for Teachers” Lorimar publishing, Inc.

Grossman & Thompson, “Curriculum Materials: Scaffolds for New Teaching Learning”. www. slideshare.net

Ritchart R., “The Seven Rs of a Quality Curriculum”.

Scope
The number of aspects addressed by the curriculum materials
Comprehensiveness
The number of aspects of instruction addressed by the curriculum materials and the resources included within the curriculum materials.
Flexibility
How the materials are designed to be used.

Support for teacher learning
How much and in what ways the materials engage teachers in tasks that contribute to the development of knowledge about teaching and the subject matter at hand.

by Pam Grossman and Clarrisa Thompson
Modified from Ron Ritchart, Culture of Thinking Project

1. Rigorous
Requires students to demonstrate a high level of understanding and thinking.
These are the seven Rs of the quality curriculum material. Collectively focused on the topics to be covered, skills to be mastered, facts to be learned and outcomes to be achieved. these are the aspects of the curriculum material that is of quality.
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