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Copy of Curriculum Goals

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Aldrine Dellosa

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Curriculum Aims, Goals & Objectives
Curriculum Aims, Goals & Objectives
the Philippine Constitution of 1987
1. Inculcate patriotism and nationalism
2. foster love of humanity
3. promote respect for human life
4. appreciate the role of national heroes in the historical development of the country
5. teach the rights and duties of citizenship
6. strengthen ethical and spiritual values
7. develop moral character and personal discipline
8. encourage critical and creative thinking
9. broaden scientific and technological knowledge and promote vocational efficiency
Aim of Elementary Education
(Education Act of 1982)
In the elementary level, schools through their curricula should aim to:
provide knowledge and develop skills, attitudes, values essential to personal development and necessary for living and in contributing to a developing and changing society
provide learning experiences which increase the child’s awareness of and responsiveness to the changes in the society
promote work experiences which develop orientation to the world of work experiences and prepare the learner to engage in honest and gainful work

the Philippine Constitution of 1987
A formal curriculum is embedded in a formal institution called schools. Schools are established institutions which are either run by the government.
Aim of Secondary Education
In high school or secondary level, educational curricula aim to:

continue to promote the objectives of elementary education
discover and enhance the different aptitudes and interests of students in order to equip them with skills for productive endeavour and or to [prepare them for tertiary schooling

Levels of School Goals
1. Institutional Goals

2. School Level or
Departmental Goals

3. Program or Curricular Goals

4. Course or Year Level Goals

5. Classroom or Instructional Level Goals

Domains of Instructional/Educational/Performance Objectives
Affective Domain
(Krathwohl, 1964)
A. Receiving
B. Responding
C. Valuing
D. Organization
E. Characterization by a
value-developing a
lifestyle from a value system
Elements / Components of the Curriculum
Aims, Goals &
Evaluation of
Learning Outcomes
& Resources
What methods and instruments
will be used to assess
the results of the curriculum?
What instructional strategies, resources and activities will be employed?
What subject matter is to be included?
What is to be done?
Aims of Tertiary Education
The different courses should aim to:
provide general education programs which will promote national identity, cultural consciousness, moral integrity and spiritual vigor
train the nation’s manpower in the skills required for national development
develop the professions that will provide leadership for the nation
advance knowledge through research and apply their knowledge for improving the quality of human life and respond effectively to changing society

Vision, Mission and Goals
Based on the mandate of the constitution, each school therefore should be guided by its vision, mission and goals and its curricula should also revolve around these.
This is a composite statement of concepts,
beliefs and values concerning two important realities, that is, MAN and SOCIETY and their relationship.

 Man is a rational being;
he has an intellect and a will
and is capable of understanding,
reasoning and judging.

 A model performing school where
students are equipped
with knowledge, skills and
strength of character to
realize their
potential to the fullest.

This is the end-product envisioned at the end
of the schooling process based on shared beliefs and values culled from the school’s philosophy.

 The school shall
produce self-directing
graduates who are
persons capable
of logical thinking and
making enlightened
decisions for
This is a set of very broad statements
that spell out what the school is all about
and how it intends to carry out its
Vision in its educational effort.
 The school will
provide opportunities
for the development
of thought processes that will promote
These are broad targets or statements
of intent or direction delineating the
Mission statement in the different
domains or areas of schooling.

 To develop the learner’s
ability in critical thinking

This is the most specific of
the terms denoting the purpose.

 Given a problem,
the student will find
the solution using
the scientific method
of investigation.
A. Knowledge
B. Comprehension
C. Application
D. Analysis
E. Synthesis
F. Evaluation

(Simpson, 1972)
A. Perception
B. Set
C. Guided response
D. Mechanism
E. Complex overt responses
F. Adaptation
G. Origination
Characteristics of Instructional Objectives
(Presidential Commission to Survey Phil. Education, 1971)

1. Terminal Performance Objectives (TPO)
To write a simple paragraph in correct form
2. Enabling Objective (EO)
To write a topic sentence
To write the primary and secondary support
To write the closing sentence
To use proper mechanics and punctuations in paragraph writing

Types of Instructional Objectives used in CDS
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