In the SIMS model, the curriculum was viewed as having three aspects: the intended curriculum, the implemented curriculum, and the attained curriculum.<br />
• The intended curriculum refers to the curricular goals of the education system and the structures established to achieve them.<br />
• The implemented curriculum refers to the practices, activities, and institutional arrangements within the school and classroom that are designed to implement the goals of the system.<br />
• The attained curriculum refers to the products of schooling.<br />
How can we compare and contrast<br />a. Intended curriculum<br />(written)<br />b. Implemented curriculum<br />(taught)<br />c. Achieved curriculum<br />(learned / attained)<br />
First, to compare the written (intended) curriculum to the taught (implemented) curriculum, we may use curriculum mapping.<br />
Curriculum Mapping<br />is a technique that is very useful. Essentially, a curriculum map is created by the teacher of the subject by recording what he/she is actually doing in the classroom at various points throughout the day.<br />
A second analysis is backward mapping.<br /> That is, analyzing items on a culminating test to determine the actual achieved curriculum. <br />
Discussant: JERSON R. CASTILLO<br />THANK YOU ALL<br />FOR<br />LISTENING…<br />
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