1. Intended Curriculum
Refers to a set of objectives set at the
beginning of any curricular plan. It
establishes the goal, the specific
purposes, and the immediate
objectives to be accomplished.
Purpose of the curriculum:
Curriculum assessment is the
process of collecting information for
use in evaluation. It is an important
part of the systems approach to
Curriculum assessment may achieve the
1. Highlight curriculum expectations.
2. Gather information about what students know
and can do.
3. Motivate students to learn better.
4. Motivate and encourage teachers to meet the
identified needs of students.
5. Provide evidence to tell how well the students
6. Obtain feedback that helps teachers, students
and parents make good decisions to guide
2. Implemented Curriculum
Refers to the various of learning
activities or experiences of the
students in order to achieves the
intended curricular outcomes.
3. Achieved Curriculum
Refers to the curriculum outcomes
based on the first two types of
curriculum, intended and the
Criteria for Curriculum Assessment
Are set standards to be followed in assessment.
Specifically, as they apply the curriculum,
criteria are set of standards upon which the
different elements of the curriculum are being
tested. The criteria determine the different
levels of competencies or proficiency of
acceptable task performance.
Goals and objectives are statements of
curricular expectations. They are sets of
learning outcomes specifically designed for
Goals and Instructional Objectives are formulated
and specified for the following purposes:
To have a focus on curriculum and instruction
which give direction to where students need to go.
To meet the requirements specified in the policies
and standards of curriculum and instruction.
To provide the students the best possible education
and describe the students’ level of performance.
To monitor the progress of students based on the
To motivate students to learn and the teachers to be
able to feel sense of competence when goals are