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Primer Curiculum Development


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Primer Curiculum Development

  1. 1. CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT Marcial Bonnie Salac
  2. 2. References Calderon, J. ( 2004). Curriculum and Curriculum Development Bilbao, P., et al. (2008). Curriculum Development Palma , J. (2008). A Paradigm For Customizing The Curriculum Of A School Reyes, F. (2008). Curriculum for World Class Competent Graduates Manzano, V. ( 2008). Basics Of And latest Trends In Curriculum Development
  3. 3. Etymology and General Definition Latin Root: CURRERE (v) CURRICULUM (n) Meaning: Run (in a race); race course (track) Educational Application: A Course of studies in school  Students “run” around (cover) the course  Earn Credit / Credentials  For Curriculum Vitae
  4. 4. Curriculum Listings of subjects to be taught in school  The total learning experiences of individuals not only in schools but in society as well.  It is dynamic as the changes that occur in society. 
  5. 5.  It is the planned and guided learning experiences and intended outcomes, formulated through systematic reconstruction of knowledge and experience under the auspices of the school, for the learners’ continuous and willful growth in personal-social competence.
  6. 6.  It is the sum of all learning content, experiences and resources that are purposely selected, organized and implemented by the school in pursuit of its peculiar mandate as a distinct institution of learning and human development (Palma,
  7. 7. LEVELS OF CURRICULUM Macro  Micro 
  8. 8. Macro General course on a given school level  Made up of related subject areas  Prescribed by DepEd / CHED for all students of that level.  Basic Education Curriculum 
  9. 9. Micro Sum of learning outcomes (Knowledge, skills, values)  In a specific subject area (v. g. Math)  Selected, organized, and implemented by a particular school for attainment of its own purpose and for which it can be held accountable v. g. DHVTSU Gen Ed curriculum Math Curriculum 
  10. 10. Analogy of the Levels of Curriculum Macro Curriculum is generic (v. g. Paracetamol)  Micro Curriculum is specific and branded (v.g. Bayer, Cortal, Biogesic, Advil, etc.) 
  11. 11. “Who is To Blame?” (The Blaming Syndrome) J. Palma College Professor: “What? No read, no write! What a shame. Lack of preparation in High School is surely to blame.”  High School Teacher: “My, my, they do not even know a single grammar rule! What do they teach them now in the elementary school?” 
  12. 12. “Who is To Blame?” (The Blaming Syndrome) Elementary School Teacher: “Heavens! From such ignorance may I be spared. Why are children from preschool so utterly unprepared?”  Pre-School Teacher: “Such poor home training never did I see. What kind of a woman can his mother be?” 
  13. 13. “Who is To Blame?” (The Blaming Syndrome) Mother: “Don’t look at me. I am not to blame. His father’s folks are just the same.”  Father: “Okay, okay, I must say, I am a fool. But, I got this way by attending school” 
  14. 14. “Don’t fix the blame, fix the problem!” Japanese Motto