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The course is intended to introduce the education students to effective curriculum design and assessment. The course topics include curriculum models, principles and approaches in designing, delivering and addressing the curriculum

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Syllabus educ 106 curriculum development

  1. 1. Republic of the Philippines MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY GRADUATE STUDIES SYLLABUSCOURSE NUMBER : EDUC106COURSE DESCRIPTION : CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENTCOURSE PROFESSOR : MARIA THERESA P. PELONES, DM,MST,MACOURSE CREDIT : 3 unitsTIME DURATION : 2 hours a dayA. COURSE DESCRIPTION:The course is intended to introduce the education students to effective curriculum design andassessment. The course topics include curriculum models, principles and approaches in designing,delivering and addressing the curriculum.B. COURSE OBJECTIVES:The course in curriculum development shall develop teachers who can adjust and be flexible indesigning and implementing curricula in learning environments for different students in differentcontexts.C. LEARNING COMPETENCIES:At the end of the course, the students are expected to be able to: 1. integrate appropriate learning styles, instructional approaches and teaching-learning processes in curriculum development. 2. design a model curriculum demonstrating considerations for a selected age group and setting including appropriate community linkages/stakeholders, 3. construct instruments for monitoring curriculum implementation and assessmentD. COURSE MODULEMODULE 1 INTRODUCTION TO CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT Concept, Nature and Purposes of Curriculum Elements/ Components of Curriculum Teaching Learning Process and Curriculum DevelopmentMODULE 2 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHILIPPINES • The pre-spanish Curriculum • The Spanish-devised curriculum • The American-devised curriculum • The curriculum during commonwealth • The Japanese-Devised Curriculum • The Curriculum during the Liberation Period • The Curriculum During the Philippine Republic • The Curriculum in the New Society • Elements/ Components of Curriculum • Teaching Learning Process and Curriculum DevelopmentSource: Quintin, Andres ( ),Curriculum Development,Pp9-42)MODULE 3 CRAFTING THE CURRICULUM Curriculum Models and Types Principles and Dimensions of Curriculum Design Approaches to Curriculum DesignMODULE 4 IMPLEMENTING THE CURRICULUM The role of Stakeholders in Curriculum Implementation The Role of Technology in Delivering the Curriculum Pilot Testing, Monitoring and Evaluating the Implementation of the CurriculumEDUC 309 HUMAN RESOURCE  MANAGEMENT    MTPPELONES 
  2. 2. Republic of the Philippines MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY GRADUATE STUDIESMODULE 5 ASSESSING THE CURRICULUM Intended vs Implemented vs Achieved Curriculum Criteria for curriculum assessment Tools to assess curriculum Linking curriculum, Instruction and Assessment (CIA): Making a FitMODULE 6 ADDRESSING THE FUTURE: CURRICULUM INNOVATIONS Curriculum innovations: Local and Global Trends Issues and Concerns in CurriculumE. COURSE REQUIREMENTS CLASS ATTENDANCE ……………. 5% CASE STUDIES/REACTION/ACTIVE PART ……………. 20% SEMINAR TYPE REPORTING -------------- 25% MIDTERM AND FINAL EXAMINATION --------------- 25% COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ---------------- 25% 100%F. SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES • Seminar Type Reporting • Action Research • Action Planning • Case Studies • Reaction Paper • Examination • Comparative StudyF. COURSE REFERENCES • Aquino, Gaudencio. Curriculum Development Principles and Techniques. Alemar Phoenix Publishing House, Inc., Quezon City, Philippines • Bilbao, et.al (2008), Curriculum Development, Lorimar Publishing Inc., Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines (Pp 9-39) • James, Marshall and Jernon, Hiabs. Elementary School Curriculum From Theory to Practice. New York: Book Co. • Palma, Jesus (2009), Curriculum Development System: A Handbook for School Practitioners in Basic Education, 2nd Edition, National Bookstore, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines • Rodriguez, Lolita. Madrasah General Education Program for Muslim Mindanao, Iligan City. D & W, Printing Press, 1998 • Shuster, Albert and Milton Ploghoff. The Emerging Elementary Curriculum. Ohio: Charles E. Merril Books. • Stratemayer, Forkner and Mehin Passes. Developing Curriculum for Living. Bureau of Publication, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, 1982. • Wiles, John.. Curriculum Development: A Guide to Practice, 7th Ed.2006 PREPARED BY: MARIA THERESA P. PELONES, DM,MS,MA ProfessorEDUC 309 HUMAN RESOURCE  MANAGEMENT    MTPPELONES 

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