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APPROACHES ABOUT SCHOOL CURRICULUM

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Transcript of APPROACHES ABOUT SCHOOL CURRICULUM

4 ways of presenting the content in the curriculum.
curriculum as a content
Content
BASIC principles of curriculum content
B
alance
Process
Guiding principles
Content
1. Content is commonly used in the daily life.
view them as
APPROACHES ABOUT SCHOOL CURRICULUM
Criteria in the Selection of Content
1. Topical Approach
2. Concept approach
3. Thematic Approach
4. Modular Approach
1. Significance
2. Validity
3. Utility
4. Learnability
5. Feasibility
6. Interest
Process
2. Content is appropriate to the maturity levels and abilities of the learners
3. Content is valuable in meeting the needs and competencies of the future career.
4. Content is related to other subject fields or discipline for complementation and integration
5. Content is important in the transfer of the learning in other disciplines
Guide in the selection of the content in the curriculum
A
rticulation
S
equence
I
ntegration
C
ontinuity
Palma (1952)
This serves as a guide in addressing CONTENT in the curriculum.
1. Curriculum process in the form of teaching methods or strategies.
2. There is no single best process or method.
3. Curriculum process should stimulate development of cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains
4. In the choice of methods, learning and teaching styles should be considered
Process
Guiding principles
5. Every method or process should result to learning outcomes which can be described as cognitive, affective and psychomotor
6. Flexibility in the use of the process or methods should be considered
7. Both teaching and learning are the two important process in the implementation of the curriculum
Product
product is what the students desire to achieve as a learning outcomes
the product from a curriculum is a student equipped with the:
knowledge
skills
values
because the real purpose of education is to bring about significant changes in students' pattern of behavior
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