Linking curriculum, instruction & assessment

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Linking curriculum, instruction & assessment

  1. 1. According to Howell andEvans (1995) SandsCurriculum is..Structured set oflearning outcomes ortask that educatorsusually call goals andobjectives.The “what” ofteachingKnowledge of thecurriculum is forsuccessfulassessment,evaluation,decision makingand teaching.
  2. 2. •SignificanceBrings the content tothe degree to which itcontributes the basicideas, concepts,principles andgeneralizations & tothe development ofparticular learningabilities, skills,process and attitudes
  3. 3. Example:curriculum developers whofavour subject matterdesigns think of significancein terms of the concepts andprinciples of each subjectarea. Those who favourlearner-centred designsthink of significance in termsof the needs and interests ofthe learner. While those whofavour a problem-centreddesign would regard theproblems and issues insociety as significant
  4. 4. Learnability:Is the appropriateness of the content in thelight of the particular students who are toexperience the curriculum.Example:The content selected for a particular agegroup might be too difficult and teachers needmore time but insufficient time is allotted.Eventually, teachers will end up rushingthrough the material and some students leftbehind not understanding the content.
  5. 5. Feasibility:Refers to the question, “Can the selectedcontent be taught in the time allowed,considering the sources, staff &particular community?Example:The number of days allotted for teaching maybe insufficient to cover all the contentbecause schools have to allocate time forextra-curricular activities and other schoolsevents.
  6. 6. Assessment is theprocess of collectinginformation whichdescribes studentsachievement inrelation tocurriculumexpectations
  7. 7. Level 1: Students has demonstrated few ofthe required knowledge and skills andachievement falls below the standard set.Level 2: Students has demonstrated some ofthe required knowledge and skills andachievement exceeded the standard set.Level 3: Students has demonstrated most ofthe required knowledge and skills andachievement exceeded the standard set.Level 4: Students has demonstrated all therequired knowledge and skills andachievement has exceeded the standard set.
  8. 8. Instruction refers to thevarious ways ofteaching, teachingstyles, approaches,techniques, and steps indelivering thecurriculum. It is acomplex activity thatrequires teachers to usea variety of action toaccomplish a variety offunctions.
  9. 9. Several factors on how well instruction will be done..1. Learner – the center and the one who receivesinstruction. The learners will be the one to putaction on the objectives.2. Teacher – He/she guides the implementationof the plan. Often times referred to as instructorsbecause they give instruction.3. Learning Environment – This where learningoccurs. It provides the situation or the conditionsfor teaching and learning to occur.
  10. 10. 4. Subject Matter – this is the content ofinstruction. Ideas, concept, principles andtheories in the different disciplines that aretaken up as a means to accomplish theobjectives.5. Method of teaching and learning – This isthe heart of instruction.6. Measurement – refers to assessment.
  11. 11. 4. Subject Matter – this is the content ofinstruction. Ideas, concept, principles andtheories in the different disciplines that aretaken up as a means to accomplish theobjectives.5. Method of teaching and learning – This is theheart of instruction.6. Measurement – refers to assessment.

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