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Lesson 2: Criteria for Curriculum Assessment

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Transcript of Lesson 2: Criteria for Curriculum Assessment

Lesson 2: Criteria for Curriculum Assessment
set of standards to be followed in assessment.
What is Curriculum Assessment?
CRITERIA?
are set of standards to be followed in assessment.
CRITERIA FOR CURRICULUM ASSESSMENT?
set of standards to test different elements of the curriculum.
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B J E C T I V E S
PURPOSES:
1. To have focus on curriculum and instruction.
2. To meet requirements
3. To provide students best possible education
4. To monitor the progress of students.
5. To motivate students to learn.
6. For teachers to feel a sense of competence.
Howell and Nolet 2000;
CONTENT
BEHAVIOR
CRITERION
CONDITION
GENERAL CRITERIA FOR WRITING EFFECTIVE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
process of collecting information for evaluation.
1. Syntactic Correctness
2. Compliance with the legal requirements.
3. The "Stranger Test"
4. Both Knowledge and Behavior are addressed.
5. The "So-What Test"
6. INDIVIDUALIZATION
7. COMMON SENSE
CRITERIA FOR ASSESSMENT OF INSTRUCTION
INSTRUCTION
implementation of objectives
application of methodologies of the strategies of teaching.
2 Approaches to Instruction
Supplantive approach
Generative approach
SUPPLANTIVE APPROACH
direct instruction
learning by providing explicit directions
teacher directed
Generative Approach
constructivist or developmental
student-directed
teacher acts as a facilitator
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