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Curriculum development saylor and alexander model

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Curriculum development saylor and alexander model

  1. 1. ALEXANDE R CURRICULU M MODEL
  2. 2. “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 center.”
  3. 3. SAYLOR AND ALEXANDER MODEL oals, Objectives and Domain urriculum Designing urriculum Implementation urriculum Evaluation
  4. 4. Major Educational Goals Specific Objective oals, Objectives and Domain
  5. 5. Personal Development Social Competence Continued Learning Skills Specialization oals, Objectives and Domain
  6. 6. urriculum Designing
  7. 7. Will the Curriculum be designed along the lines of Academic disciplines? urriculum Designing Will the Curriculum be designed according to student needs and interest?
  8. 8. urriculum Implementation Instructional Objectives Teaching Methods & Strategies To Achieved the desired learning outcomes
  9. 9. Urriculum Evaluation Total Educational Programme of the School Curriculum Plan Effectiveness of Instruction Achievement of Student

Hinweis der Redaktion

  • Curriculum planners begin by specifying the major educational goals and specific objective they wish to accomplish.
  • Saylor, Alexander and Lewis classified sets of broad goals into four domains under which learning experiences may take place: personal development, social competence, continued learning skills, and specialization. 
    Personal development covers activities that improve awareness and identity, develop talents and potential,
    Social competence is a complex, multidimensional concept consisting of social, emotional, cognitive and behavioral skills
    Continued learning skills - continually develop and improve one's skills and knowledge in order to perform effectively
  • Made by the curriculum planning groups.
  • Field of study
  • -- designed by teachers
    --Teachers would specify
    -- instructional objective– 3 domain– measures the behavioral term of student
    --teaching methods --- demostration, lecture, group activities
  • Made by curriculum planners and teachers
    -- this can determine whether the goals of the school and the objective of instruction have been met.

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