Role of teacher in curriculum development implementation and evaluation?
Implementation is an interaction between those who have created the programme and those who are charged to deliver it. According to Ornstein and Hunkins, 1998.Even though larg… (MORE)
The learner is the primary reason of developing the curriculum. Everything revolve in curriculum is the interest,skills and abilities of the learner. They are the primary conc… (MORE)
Absolutely. Many educators pick up valuable information on the needs of students because of the close contact with them. Thus, they should be a part of the decision making pro… (MORE)
Teachers use a variety of means to convey the information they have to their students. To determine if the methods that they have used to convey the subject material to the st… (MORE)
Many employers use performance evaluations to assess employee capabilities and potential. Although as an employee, you sometimes find performance evaluations an annoyance, the… (MORE)
This is too complicated to answer here. Have a look on the QCDA website under Education and Learning. Hope it helps
How important is it for teachers and curriculum planners to anchor their curriculum plans to theories of curriculum development?
Any given curriculum in place in a school for a new academic year is highly important. It provides the whole programme for the year for each and every class level and every ed… (MORE)
Teachers are on the front line when it comes to curriculum development. That is they have direct contact with students, and are intimately aware of the needs of their students… (MORE)