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Module IV- Assessing the Curriculum

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Transcript of Module IV- Assessing the Curriculum

Module IV- Assessing the Curriculum
Purpose of Curriculum Assessment
Curriculum Assessment is the process of collecting information for use in evaluation.
Curriculum Assessment may achieve the ff. purposes:
1. Highlight curriculum expectations
2. Gather information about what students know & can do
3. Motivate students to learn better
4. Motivate & encourage teachers to meet the identified needs of students
5. Provide evidence to tell how well the students have learned
6. Obtain feedback that helps teachers, students & parents make good decisions to guide instruction
The Relationship of the 3 Types of Curriculum
it refers to the various learning activities or experiences of the students in order to achieve the intended curricular outcomes. Many times in our curriculum, lots of activities are done but these do not accomplish the stated objectives. Sometimes, there are extra activities done but are not specified in the objectives.
it refers to a set of objectives set at the beginning of any curricular plan. It established the goal, the specific purposes & the immediate objectives to be accomplished. It answers what the curriculum maker wants to do.
Indicators to measure intended curriculum
1. Are the objectives achievable within the learners' developmental levels?
2. Can the objective be accomplished within the time frame?
3. Are the resources adequate to accomplish the objectives?
4. Are the objectives specific and clear?
5. Are there ways of measuring the outcomes of the objectives?
6. Are the objectives observable?
7. Are the objectives doable?
8. Are the objectives relevant?
9. Overall, are the objectives SMART?
Question to be addressed to measure achieved curriculum
1. Do the learning outcomes achieved by the learners approximate the level of performance set at the beginning of the curriculum?
2. Are the learning outcomes achieved higher or lower than the objectives set?
3. Do the achieved learning outcomes reflect the knowledge, skills, attitudes and skills intended t be developed?
4. How many percent of the learners in the same class perform higher than the level set at the beginning?
5. Do the curricular outcomes reflect the goals and the aspirations of the community where the curriculum was implemented?
Question 3 - What has the BEC achieved? (Achieved Curriculum)
it refers to the curriculumoutcomes based on the first two types of curriculum, the intended and implemented. The achieved curriculum is now considered the product. It can be the learning outcomes, or a material product itself, like a book, module or instructional material. Any achieved curriculum must fit with the objectives and the activities that were conducted. Achieved curriculum indicates the performance
vis a vis
the objectives and the various activities. Achieved curriculum is usually described by test scores or other performance indicators measured by evaluation tools.
The Basic Education Curriculum (BEC) and the Three Types of Curriculum: Intended, Implemented and Achieved
Lesson 1
Intended vs. Implemented vs. Achieved Curriculum
To assess the implemented curriculum the ff questions can be addressed:
1. Are the learning activities congruent with the stated objectives?
2. Are the materials & methods appropriate for the objectives set?
3. Does the teachers have the skill to implement the activities or use the strategy?
4. Does the teacher utilize the various ways of doing to complement the learning styles of the students?
5. Are there alternative activities for the learners to do to accomplish the same objectives?
6. Are there activities provided to address individual differences?
7. Do the activities provide maximum learning experiences?
8. Do the activities motivate the learners to do more and harness their potentials?
9. Do the activities utilize multiple sensory abilities of the learners?
10. Do the activities address multiple intelligences of the learners?

Question 1 - What does the BEC aim to accomplish? (Intended Curriculum)
Question 2 - How was the BEC implemented to accomplish the goals? (Implemented Curriculum)
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