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MODELS OF
CURRICULUM
Mrutyunjaya Mishra
Lecturer, H.I
The Word: Curriculum
• Latin: Running course
• Scotland 1603: Carriage way, road
• United States 1906: Course of study
• United States, 1940: Plan for learning (study)
What is curriculum?
Curriculum is a design PLAN for learning
that requires the purposeful and proactive
organization, sequencing, and management
of the interactions among the teacher, the
students, and the content knowledge we
want students to acquire.
Some of the components of a comprehensiveSome of the components of a comprehensive
curriculum unitcurriculum unit
• Content
• Assessment
• Introduction/Closure
• Teaching Strategies
• Learning Activities
 Grouping and Pacing
 Products
 Resources
 Extension Activities
 Differentiation
Characteristics of Exemplary
Curriculum
• Powerful knowledge goals, representative or generative
topics, and big ideas
• Advance organizers that clarify prior knowledge, future
activities, and expectations
• Motivating introductory experiences
• Challenging and active learning activities
• Authentic resources and products
• Aligned assessment strategies and growth criteria, feedback,
debriefing, transfer and extension opportunities, interaction,
and support
• Interest-based applications and extensions
• Modifications that attend to powerful student differences
What is a curriculum model?What is a curriculum model?
A model is a format for
curriculum design
developed to meet unique
needs, contexts, and/or
purposes. In order to
address these goals,
curriculum developers
design, reconfigure, or
rearrange one or more key
curriculum components.
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Models of curriculum

  • 2. The Word: Curriculum • Latin: Running course • Scotland 1603: Carriage way, road • United States 1906: Course of study • United States, 1940: Plan for learning (study)
  • 3. What is curriculum? Curriculum is a design PLAN for learning that requires the purposeful and proactive organization, sequencing, and management of the interactions among the teacher, the students, and the content knowledge we want students to acquire.
  • 4. Some of the components of a comprehensiveSome of the components of a comprehensive curriculum unitcurriculum unit • Content • Assessment • Introduction/Closure • Teaching Strategies • Learning Activities  Grouping and Pacing  Products  Resources  Extension Activities  Differentiation
  • 5. Characteristics of Exemplary Curriculum • Powerful knowledge goals, representative or generative topics, and big ideas • Advance organizers that clarify prior knowledge, future activities, and expectations • Motivating introductory experiences • Challenging and active learning activities • Authentic resources and products • Aligned assessment strategies and growth criteria, feedback, debriefing, transfer and extension opportunities, interaction, and support • Interest-based applications and extensions • Modifications that attend to powerful student differences
  • 6. What is a curriculum model?What is a curriculum model? A model is a format for curriculum design developed to meet unique needs, contexts, and/or purposes. In order to address these goals, curriculum developers design, reconfigure, or rearrange one or more key curriculum components.
  • 7. The Framework Underlying All Curriculum ModelsContent Assessment Intro Teaching Learning Products Resources Grouping Extensions Modifications KEY CURRICULUM COMPONENTS
  • 8. Reasons and Rationale for aReasons and Rationale for a Curriculum Model Based onCurriculum Model Based on Student DifferencesStudent Differences • Why should we differentiate our curriculum? • What kinds of student differences should we address? • How will we develop or revise curriculum to address these differences? • What should we expect from differentiation?
  • 9. The Tyler Model • One of the best known curriculum models is The Tyler Model introduced in 1949 by Ralph Tyler in his classic book Basic Principles of Curriculum and Instruction in which he asked 4 questions: 1. What educational purposes should the school seek to attain? 2. What educational experiences can be provided that are likely to attain these purposes? 3. How can these educational experiences be effectively organised? 4. How can we determine whether these purposes are being attained?
  • 10. The Taba Model • Another approach to curriculum development was proposed by Hilda Taba in her book Curriculum Development: Theory and Practice published in 1962. • She argued that there was a definite order in creating a curriculum. She believed that teachers, who teach the curriculum, should participate in developing it which led to the model being called the grass-roots approach. • She noted 7 major steps to her grass-roots model in which teachers would have major input. She was of the opinion that the Tyler model was more of an administrative model.
  • 11. The Taba Model • Diagnosis of need: The teacher who is also the curriculum designer starts the process by identifying the needs of students for whom the curriculum is planned. For example, the majority of students are unable to think critically. • Formulation of objectives: After the teacher has identified needs that require attention, he or she specifies objectives to be accomplished.
  • 12. The Taba Model • Selection of content: The objectives selected or created suggest the subject matter or content of the curriculum. Not only should objectives and content match, but also the validity and significance of the content chosen needs to be determined. i.e. the relevancy and significance of content. • Organisation of content: A teacher cannot just select content, but must organise it in some type of sequence, taking into consideration the maturity of learners, their academic achievement, and their interests. • Selection of learning experiences: Content must be presented to students and students must be engaged with the content. At this point, the teacher selects instructional methods that will involve the students with the content.
  • 13. The Taba Model • Organisation of learning activities: Just as content must be sequenced and organised, so must the learning activities. Often, the sequence of the learning activities is determined by the content. But the teacher needs to keep in mind the particular students whom he or she will be teaching. • Evaluation and means of evaluation: The curriculum planner must determine just what objectives have been accomplished. Evaluation procedures need to be designed to evaluate learning outcomes.
  • 14. The Saylor and Alexander Model • Galen Saylor and William Alexander (1974) viewed curriculum development as consisting of four steps. According to them, curriculum is “a plan for providing sets of learning opportunities to achieve broad educational goals and related specific objectives for an identifiable population served by a single school centre”
  • 15. The Saylor and Alexander Model • Goals, Objectives and Domains: The model indicates that curriculum planners begin by specifying the major educational goals and specific objectives they wish to accomplish. Each major goal represents a curriculum domain and they advocate 4 major goals or domains: personal development, human relations, continued learning skills and specialisation. The goals, objectives and domains are selected after careful consideration of several external variables such as findings from educational research, accreditation standards, views of community groups and others.
  • 16. The Saylor and Alexander Model • Curriculum Designing: Once the goals, objectives and domains have been established, planners move into the process of designing the curriculum. Here decision is made on the appropriate learning opportunities for each domain and how and when these opportunities will be provided. Will the curriculum be designed along the lines of academic disciplines, or according to student needs and interests or along themes? These are some of the questions that need to be answered at this stage of the development process.
  • 17. The Saylor and Alexander Model • Curriculum Implementation: After the designs have been created the next step is implementation of the designs by teachers. Based on the design of the curriculum plan teachers would specify instructional objectives and then select relevant teaching methods and strategies to achieve the desired learning outcomes among students in the classroom
  • 18. The Saylor and Alexander Model • Evaluation: Finally, curriculum planner and teachers engage in evaluation. The model proposed that evaluation should be comprehensive using a variety of evaluation techniques. Evaluation should involve the total educational programme of the school and the curriculum plan, the effectiveness of instruction and the achievement of students. Through the evaluation process, curriculum planner and developers can determine whether or nor the goals of the school and the objectives of instruction have been met.
  • 20. The Developmental Approach • This model proposes that development of typical and atypical children progresses in a predictable sequence and that this sequence should be taught to students with disabilities.
  • 21. Weaknesses • First, time can be wasted working on skills which may never be mastered. • Second, not all behaviors in the sequence are necessary for independent functioning nor are they age appropriate as the child grows well beyond the age that development skills are typically mastered. • Finally, the child is viewed as "developmentally young". • Consequently, the activities and materials used for intervention continue to be less than age appropriate which leads to negative perceptions and low expectations for children with severe disabilities.
  • 22. The Functional Approach • The philosophy of this approach is that students with severe disabilities need to acquire age appropriate and functional skills (i.e., skills necessary for functioning independently).
  • 23. Advantage & weakness • It reflects higher expectations for students with severe disabilities and promotes opportunities to acquire age- appropriate skills. • That there are not established criteria for determining what is functional and relevant for an individual student.
  • 24. The Ecological Approach • The ecological approach reflects characteristics of both the individual student and the environments in which his or her participation is desired. • The planning team using the ecological approach to curriculum development devises an individual curriculum which addresses the skills, activities, and environments most relevant to the student. • The curriculum content is ever changing as the needs of the student change.
  • 25. Advantages • It promotes teaching skills that are age-appropriate and relevant to the student's daily life, while it respects the need to teach skills in order of progressive refinement and complexity (Rainforth, et al., 1992). • It encourages the use of adaptations that accommodate the disability or simplify task demands. • The ecological approach also tends to unify team member efforts because the environments and activities that are identified as priorities for each student provide a natural context for integrating related services.
  • 26. Subject/Teacher Centered Design • The subject centered curriculum is based on subject. All knowledge is transferred to student through the subjects. • Subject matter taught should reflect basic areas that are essentials and agreed upon content for learner attainment.
  • 27. Objectives of subject centered curriculum • To transfer cultural heritage • To represent knowledge • To impart information
  • 28. Drawbacks of subject centered curriculum • Ignores interest of students • No process of insight or thinking • Rote memory • Neglects social problems and demands • Passive learning
  • 29. Learner Centered Curriculum • In learner centered curriculum there is a link between courses and children psychology. It is according to the interest and tendency of children. It facilitate the mind of children because it fulfills their psychological and mental requirements.
  • 30. Learner Centered Curriculum • A learner centered curriculum is “a process that brings together cognitive, emotional, and environmental influences and  experiences for acquiring, enhancing, or making changes in learner’s knowledge, skills, values, and world views”.
  • 31. Learner Centered Curriculum • In 18th century “Rolso” highlight the importance of individual needs and interest of students. • After “Rolso”, it was “Pestalozzi” and “John Davi” who further enhanced the excellence of the concept.
  • 32. Learner Centered Curriculum • To know about the interest of student and to fulfill their needs was developed as the central part of the course by John Davi. • More and more practical activities included so that children become able to take part with their own choice.
  • 33. Teachers Centered V/S Learner-Centered Curriculum Teacher-Centered Learner-Centered • Focus is on instructor • Focus is on both students and instructor • Instructor talks; students listen • Instructor models; students interact with instructor and one another • Students work alone • Students work in pairs, in groups, or alone depending on the purpose of the activity • Instructor monitors and corrects every student utterance • Students talk without constant instructor monitoring • Instructor chooses topics • Students have some choice of topics • Instructor answers student’s questions about language • Students answer each other’s questions, using instructor as an information resource • Classroom is quite • Classroom is often noisy and busy • Instructor evaluates student learning • Students evaluate their own learning; instructor also evaluates
  • 34. Activity Based Curriculum • Active Learning is, in short, anything that students do in a classroom other than merely passively listening to an instructor's lecture. • This includes everything from listening practices which help the students to absorb what they hear, to short writing exercises in which students react to lecture material, to complex group exercises in which students apply course material to "real life" situations and/or to new problems.
  • 35. Activity Based Curriculum • According to Tanner and Tanner, “Activity curriculum is an attempt to treat learning as an active process. Activity curriculum discards the boundaries and the curriculum was centered largely on areas of child interest. The objective of curriculum was child growth through experience.” • According to Beans, “The major premise of activity movements was that learner ought to be active rather than passive participants in learning”.
  • 36. Components of good active learning • Activities should have: A definite beginning and ending A clear purpose or objective Contain complete and understandable directions A feedback mechanism Include a description of the technology or tool being used in the exercise.
  • 37. Integrated Curriculum • Integrated curriculum refers to a non- compartmentalized approach, e.g. • In general science learning, as opposed to separate subjects such as – Physics, – Chemistry and – Biology
  • 38. Integrated Curriculum • Integrated curriculum is a learning theory describing a movement toward integrated lessons helping students makes connections across curriculum. • The approach should be viewed as a tool that can help educate students and engage them in the learning process. It is not an end itself.
  • 39. Integrated Curriculum • “Integrated curriculum is basically adding another element to existing materials or activities. What usually ends up happening is the child adds that element to their play or exploration. And that stimulates more curiosity and possibilities, which exercises their thinking skills.”
  • 40. Integrated Curriculum • According to Beane, 1995, “Educators seem especially interested in the development and use of curriculum integration as a means of increasing student interest and student knowledge”
  • 41. Integrated Curriculum • Whenever possible, teacher work to integrate many subject areas under a common theme when teaching. • For example, the second grade unit about insects in science may include reading “Going To Be A Butterfly” for reading, and graphing students’ favorite insects for math. Instead of seeing learning as separate subjects unrelated to each other, children gain a deeper understanding of overall knowledge and how it all relates.
  • 42. Integrated Curriculum • Teachers of different subjects within an existing curriculum can determine collectively the extent to which other domains are addressed already in their teaching and learning programs (for example, Thinking, ICT, Interpersonal Learning, etc. within English, or History, etc.)
  • 43. Core Curriculum • ‘Core’ refers to the ‘heart’ of experiences every learner must go through. Or • Fundamental knowledge that all students are required to learn in school. • A core curriculum is a curriculum, or course of study, which is deemed central and usually made mandatory for all students of a school or school system.
  • 44. Core Curriculum • This is not an independent type of curriculum. It refers to the area of study, courses or subjects that students must understand in order to be recognized as educated in the area. • The learner has no option but to study the prescribed course or subjects.
  • 45. Educators defines • “A core curriculum is a predetermined body of skills, knowledge, and abilities is taught to all students”. • As in mathematics(in Arithmetic), all pupils need to acquire proficiency in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. • It contains core or exact precise subject matter, usable in society.
  • 46. Hidden Curriculum • The messages of hidden curriculum may support or contradict each other as well as the written curriculum. • For example, while school social studies curriculum typically emphasizes and even celebrates democratic political systems and principles, such as one person-one vote, majority rule and minority rights, separation of church and state, equality before the law, and due process, these principles are not always practiced in public school classrooms and corridors.
  • 47. Collateral Curriculum • The collateral curriculum is designed intentionally to afford students the opportunity to learn empowering concepts, principles, and ideas peripheral or outside the subject being taught. • Though the teacher intends learning outcomes for the collateral curriculum, the knowledge is not specified in the instructional objectives nor is it assessed. In this sense, the collateral curriculum is a planned hidden curriculum.
  • 48. Null Curriculum • The null curriculum is that which is not taught in schools. • Eisner (1994) suggests that what curriculum designers and/or teachers choose to leave out of the curriculum— the null curriculum—sends a covert message about what is to be valued (p. 96-97).
  • 49. Null Curriculum • “What children don’t learn is as important as what they do learn. What the curriculum neglects is as important as what it teaches” (Eisner). • “Curriculum design has become more an issue of deciding what you won’t teach as well as what you will teach. You cannot do it all. As a designer, you must choose the essential” (Jacobs, 1997, p. 27).
  • 50. Spiral curriculum • Bruner (1960) wrote, “A curriculum as it develops should revisit this basic ideas repeatedly, building upon them until the student has grasped the full formal apparatus that goes with them” (p. 13).

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