Linking curriculum, instruction and assessment

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Linking curriculum, instruction and assessment

  1. 1. GROUP 4
  2. 2. MEANINGFUL INSTRUCTION – can be achieved through the different learning experiences. LEARNING EXPERIENCES CAN TAKE PLACE IN: 1. FORMAL LEARNING - takes place through a structured and organized program of instruction that has been formally approved or recognized and leads to the full or partial attainment of a qualification.
  3. 3. 2. NON-FORMAL LEARNING- is what you learn through a structured program of instruction either within or outside an education and training institution.
  4. 4. 3. INFORMAL LEARNING – is what you learn from daily work-related, family or leisure activities, such when someone shows you how to do a task or when you learn by observing others completing tasks.
  5. 5. Does instruction provide learning experiences that: 1.Bring about optimum benefit to the learners? 2.Approximate real life situations? 3.Encourage the learners to inquire further? 4.Heighten learners interest and motivation? 5.Involve the use of different senses? 6.Provide opportunities for broad and deep study? 7.Provide mastery of total learning?
  6. 6. Prepared By: Marlyn Javier

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