Implementing the curriculum

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Implementing the Curriculum
The Roles of Stakeholders in Curriculum Implementation

Stakeholders
are individuals or institutions that are interested in the school curriculum.
are those involved the different ways of the curriculum.
they are the once which is affected whether directly or indirectly.

The Stakeholders are:
the Learner
the Teacher
the Curriculum Managers and Administrators
the Parents
the Community Members
the Other Stakeholders in Curriculum Implementation

the Learner
the center of the curriculum
they are the reason a curriculum is developed.
they are the ones who are directly influenced by it.
they are the considered in developing the curriculum.
they are the primary stakeholders in the curriculum.

the Teacher
the Curriculum Developers and Implementers.
planning and writing the curriculum are the primary role of the teachers.
they are the ones addressing the goals, needs interest of the learners by creating the experience the students can learn.

the Teacher
are the ones which design, enriches, and modifies the curriculum to suit the learners characteristics.
they are empowered to develop their own school taking consideration their own expertise, the context of the school and the abilities of the learners.
teachers are the architects of the school curriculum.
curriculum implementers.

the Teacher
from a designer or technician they become the decision maker.
their role shits from planning to doing.
the choice of methods, activities, materials to be used in teaching is resting to their hands.

the Curriculum Managers and Administrators
they are the ones who are supervising curriculum implementation, the selection and recruitment of new teachers, admitting students, procedure equipment and materials needed for effective learning.
they are also involve in planning for the improvement of school facilities and physical plants.

the Curriculum Managers and Administrators
the principle of command responsibility and institutional leadership rests on their shoulders as administrators.

the Parents
are the supporters of the curriculum.
financial matters.
their involvement in school matters.


the Community Members
they act as curriculum resources.
the community members and materials in the existing local community can very well substitute for what are needed to implement the curriculum.

The Other Stakeholders in Curriculum Implementation
some organizations are those of each profession, like teachers’ organizations, medical doctors’ association, engeneers’ organizations and many others.
Professional Organizations have shown great influence have shown great influence in school curriculum.
the Government represented by DedpEd, CHED and PRC

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Implementing the curriculum

  1. 1.  Stakeholders  are individuals or institutions that are interested in the school curriculum.  are those involved the different ways of the curriculum.  they are the once which is affected whether directly or indirectly.
  2. 2.  The Stakeholders are:  the Learner  the Teacher  the Curriculum Managers and Administrators  the Parents  the Community Members  the Other Stakeholders in Curriculum Implementation
  3. 3.  the Learner  the center of the curriculum  they are the reason a curriculum is developed.  they are the ones who are directly influenced by it.  they are the considered in developing the curriculum.  they are the primary stakeholders in the curriculum.
  4. 4.  the Teacher  the Curriculum Developers and Implementers.  planning and writing the curriculum are the primary role of the teachers.  they are the ones addressing the goals, needs interest of the learners by creating the experience the students can learn.
  5. 5.  the Teacher  are the ones which design, enriches, and modifies the curriculum to suit the learners characteristics.  they are empowered to develop their own school taking consideration their own expertise, the context of the school and the abilities of the learners.  teachers are the architects of the school curriculum.  curriculum implementers.
  6. 6.  the Teacher  from a designer or technician they become the decision maker.  their role shits from planning to doing.  the choice of methods, activities, materials to be used in teaching is resting to their hands.
  7. 7.  the Curriculum Managers and Administrators  they are the ones who are supervising curriculum implementation, the selection and recruitment of new teachers, admitting students, procedure equipment and materials needed for effective learning.  they are also involve in planning for the improvement of school facilities and physical plants.
  8. 8.  the Curriculum Managers and Administrators  the principle of command responsibility and institutional leadership rests on their shoulders as administrators.
  9. 9.  the Parents  are the supporters of the curriculum.  financial matters.  their involvement in school matters.
  10. 10.  the Community Members  they act as curriculum resources.  the community members and materials in the existing local community can very well substitute for what are needed to implement the curriculum.
  11. 11.  The Other Stakeholders in Curriculum Implementation  some organizations are those of each profession, like teachers’ organizations, medical doctors’ association, engeneers’ organizations and many others. Professional Organizations have shown great influence have shown great influence in school curriculum.  the Government represented by DedpEd, CHED and PRC

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