IMPLEMENTING THE CURRICULUM (curriculum development)

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This presentation would help you guys know who are the stakeholders involved in curriculum implementation as well their role. It tackles also the Role of Technology in Delivering the Curriculum and the Pilot Testing, Monitoring and Evaluating of the curriculum.

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IMPLEMENTING THE CURRICULUM (curriculum development)

  1. 1. IMPLEMENTING THE CURRICULUM Module III Reporters: Bertez, Mayla Espadera, Rofa Claire Plagata, Jemelyn Hope Prias, Christine Joy Quiambao, Ma. Junlie
  2. 2. The Roles of Stakeholders in Curriculum Implementation Lesson I
  3. 3. Stakeholder s
  4. 4. • The very reason a curriculum is developed • The ones being directly influenced by the curriculum 1.) Learners at the Center of the Curriculum
  5. 5. • The primary stakeholders in the curriculum • Make the curriculum alive • Success of the curriculum 1.) Learners at the Center of the Curriculum
  6. 6. • The curriculum maker • From a developer to an implementer • Being an implementer is very crucial 2.) Teachers as Curriculum Developers and Implementers
  7. 7. • Supervise, select & recruit, admit, procure • Plan for the school’s improvement • Can never be ignored 3.) Curriculum Managers and Administrators
  8. 8. 4.) Parents as Supporters in the Curriculum • Parents are the “Best” supporters of the school
  9. 9. “How do parents shape the curriculum and Why they become stakeholders? effective parental involvement in school affairs involvement extends from the confine of the school to the home. Parent association is organized
  10. 10. Substitute for what is needed to implement the curriculum. Some can be a resource speaker.
  11. 11. Professional organization have shown great influence in school curriculum.
  12. 12. Government has a great stake in curriculum implementation
  13. 13. The government is represented by the: Department of Education (DepEd) – for basic education curricula Commission on Higher Education (CHED) – for tertiary and graduate education The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC)
  14. 14. Lesson 2
  15. 15. • Media Technology • Learning Technology • Simply Technology
  16. 16. Technology • Plays a crucial role in delivering instruction to learners • Offers various tools of learning
  17. 17. For Example: Will a chalkboard presentation be sufficient in illustrating a mathematical procedure; will a video clip be needed for motivating learners?
  18. 18. Types of Instructional Media/Technology Non-projected Media Projected Media Real Objects Models Field Trips Kits Overhead Transparencies Opaque projection Slides File strips
  19. 19. Non-projected Media Projected Media Printed materials Visuals Visual Boards Audio Materials Films Video, VCD, DVD Computer/ Multimedia presentations Types of Instructional Media/Technology
  20. 20. Factors of Technology Selection • Practicality • Appropriateness in relation to the learner • Activity/suitability • Objective-matching
  21. 21. The Role of Technology in Curriculum Delivery
  22. 22. • The paradigm shift from teacher-centered to student- centered approach to learning Three Current Trends that could carry nature of Education in the future:
  23. 23. • An educative process of cultivating the cognitive, affective, psychomotor, an d much more the contemplative intelligence of the learners of a new age. Three Current Trends that could carry nature of Education in the future:
  24. 24. • The increase in the use of new information and communication technology or ICT. Three Current Trends that could carry nature of Education in the future:
  25. 25. • Upgrading the quality of teaching-and-learning in schools. • Increasing the capability of the teacher to effectively inculcate learning and for students to gain mastery of lessons and courses.
  26. 26. • Broadening the delivery of outside school • Revolutionizing the use of technology to boost educational paradigm that gives importance to student-centered and holistic learning.
  27. 27. Subject :Science Level :Grade 6 Class Size :45 students Duration :2 periods(2hrs) Lesson :Saving Our Earth Topic :Natural Resources
  28. 28. At the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to: • Correctly understand the situation that planet Earth is in • Identify dangers, causes and ways to save the Earth
  29. 29. At the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to: • Appreciate natural resources and graphically express their appreciation of the Earth’s natural resources.
  30. 30. Instructional Media • VHS Discovery Material-Our Planet earth(15 minutes) • White board
  31. 31. Activiti es
  32. 32. • Teacher introduce the general topic and lesson • Pupils are prepared to view the VHS material • After viewing, the teacher engages pupils in brief motivational discussion.
  33. 33. • After viewing, the teacher engages pupils in brief motivational discussion. • Teacher highlights meaningful opinions from the class
  34. 34. • Teacher divides the class into groups, each group to fill in a grid brief points on: »Dangers to the earth »Causes of danger »Ways to save the earth
  35. 35. • Teacher asks each group to prepare a board presentation of their brief output. • Teacher makes a summary of the lesson. • Teacher assigns each student to prepare a poster design.
  36. 36. In the traditional approach to instruction, the teacher • Presents the lesson to the class • Assess the students • Moves the next lesson
  37. 37. In a proposed mastery approach instruction, the teacher: • Presents the lesson to the whole class • Assesses if learners attained mastery of the lesson
  38. 38. • Provides enrichment activities with the use of media technology • Re-mediate the non-mastery student • Moves on the next lesson
  39. 39. o This process will gather empirical data o Follows some form of research design o Usually follows an experimental method Pilot testing or field try out
  40. 40. oAssures the teachers and the school that indeed the curriculum materials are ready to use Pilot testing or field try out
  41. 41. Basic Education Curriculum(BEC) • the original name of the curriculum to the whole nationwide 2002 • renamed as Revitalized Basic Education Curriculum(RBEC)
  42. 42. Monitoring Process • Curriculum monitoring- ask the question: how are we doing? • Important to determine if curriculum is still relevant and effective
  43. 43. • periodic assessment and adjustment during the period of time • Like formative evaluation • Determines how the curriculum is working
  44. 44. • Provides decision that would even end or terminate the program • Done by the module writers, curriculum experts or outside agencies
  45. 45. Curriculum evaluation o The process of judging the value, effectiveness and adequacy of curriculum. o should be useful and systematic.
  46. 46.  an approach to curriculum evaluation which places the content, design, operation of evaluation procedure.
  47. 47. The school personnel participate in planning and conduct of school evaluation activities
  48. 48. It is participative evaluation where the control and the process rest on the school personnel themselves. A range of evaluation activities may take place within the school.
  49. 49. 1. Accountability is shared by all, hence bias and conflict are minimized. 2. School personnel develop evaluation skills.
  50. 50. 3. The real concern of the school and community are addressed by the evaluation. 4. Broad participation of school personnel provide opportunities for building school cohesiveness.
  51. 51. 5.) Provides reliable and valid information on curriculum, resources, and general school functioning
  52. 52.  a voluntary process of submitting a curricular program to an external accrediting body for review in any level of education.
  53. 53. studies the statement of the educational intentions of the school.
  54. 54. Areas for Accreditation under Curriculum and Instruction 1.) Curriculum And Program of Studies Includes the cluster of knowledge, skills, attitudes, values and experiences
  55. 55. 2.)Classroom Management Management of teaching and learning in the classroom Provide opportunities to develop independent lifelong learners Teacher will act as a manager of learners and learning
  56. 56. 3.)Instructional Process or Methodologies Follow principles and theories that enhance learning outcomes
  57. 57. 4.)Graduation Requirements Graduation - successful accomplishment of the curricular program of studies • Student has to accomplish its academic program
  58. 58. 5.)Administrative Support for Effective Instruction • Principal has a distinct responsibility of curricular manager or manager of learning
  59. 59. 6. )Evaluation of Academic Performance of Students Learning outcomes of the students must be evaluated Students should receive information about their school performance promptly and regularly

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