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THE ROLE OF STAKEHOLDERS IN CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION

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THE ROLE OF STAKEHOLDERS IN CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION
STAKEHOLDERS
A stakeholder is a person (or group) that has an interest in the activities of an institution or organization.
Stakeholder: Students, society, and government participating in or benefiting from the provision of education.
(Campbell and Rozsnyai, 2002)
In education, stakeholders are the individuals or institutions that are interested in the school curriculum.
(Bilbao, 2008)
LEARNERS AS THE CENTER OF THE CURRICULUM
Learners are the very reason a curriculum is developed.
(Bilbao, 2008)
Everything in the curriculum should revolve his/her interests, needs, abilities and capacities. And the experiences of the learners must be the starting point in accomplishing the goals of education.
(Josefa)
To do this, the course of study must be organized around the changing nature and development needs within the cultural context of the learners.
(Venus)
LEARNERS AS THE CENTER OF THE CURRICULUM
Learners or students are the very reason why schools exist.
It is the schools' responsibility to further develop the learners' knowledge, skills, talents and attitude to face the different situations in life.
A curriculum is effective if it enables all learners to relate the different school experiences to their lives.
(Monique)
TEACHERS AS CURRICULUM DEVELOPERS AND IMPLEMENTERS
A teacher is a curriculum maker.
He/ she writes a curriculum through a lesson plan: a unit plan or a yearly plan.
The responsibilities of a teacher as curriculum developers and implementers:
1. Addresses the goals, needs, interests of the learners by creating experiences from where the students can learn.
2. Designs, enriches and modifies the curriculum to suit the learner's characteristics.
3. Teachers are the architects of school curriculum.
Some of the factors that
should be considered in
the implementation of any
curriculum:
Age
Gender
Physical Development
Mental Development
Emotional Development
Cultural Background
Interest
Aspirations
Personal Goals
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