• Stakeholders are individuals
or institutions that are
interested in the school
• They give life to the
3. Curriculum Managers and Administrators
5. Community Members
6. Other Stakeholders in Curr. Implementation
• Center of the curriculum
• the very reason a curriculum is developed
• They are the ones who are directly
influenced by it.
Learners are the primary stakeholders
of the curriculum.
ROLES OF A TEACHER
• The teacher prepares activities for the students to
• The teachers address the goals and needs interests
of the learners by creating experiences from where
the students can learn.
• The teacher designs, enriches, and modifies the
curriculum to suit the learner’s characteristics.
A teacher is a curriculum maker. He/she writes
a curriculum daily through a lesson plan, a unit
plan or a yearly plan.
A developed curriculum remains
inactive, if it is not implemented.
…teacher role’s shifts from a
developer to an implementer.
• Doing implies guiding, facilitating and
directing activities which will be done by the
• The teachers’ role as an implementer is very
crucial. Oftentimes, unsuccessful implementation
of the curriculum becomes the root of
educational failure, thus some would say that
the root of the educational problem is the teacher.
• Although educational theorist and
practitioners are giving value the idea of
independent learning and learning how to
learn, the role of the teacher in curriculum
implementation has never diminished.
• No technology can ever replace a teacher, it
will only support the multifaceted role of the
In a school organization, there is always a
curriculum manager or school
In fact, for school principals, one of their
functions is being a curriculum manager.
CURRICULUM MANAGERS AND ADMINISTRATORS
Why are school administrators and curriculum managers
important to the curriculum implementation?
‘‘ My child and my money go to this school.’’
• Supporters of the curriculum
How do the parents shape the curriculum and why are
they consider as stakeholders?
A. Effective parental involvement in school affairs may be
linked to parent educational programs which is central
to high quality educational experiences of the children.
B. The parent’s involvement extends from the confine of
the school to the homes.
C. In most schools the Parents Association is organized
• success in the implementation of the curriculum
• Respected community members maybe included in
• Some can become resource speakers.
• They can provide local and indigenous knowledge in
• Professional organizations have shown great influence in
• They are asked by curriculum specialists to contribute in
curriculum review since they have a voice in the
licensure examinations, curriculum enhancement and
• On the other hand, since all schools in the country, are
under the regulation of the government as provided for
in the Philippine Constitution, then the government has
a great stake in curriculum implementation.
The government is represented by the:
1.Department of Education (DepEd) for basic
2.Commission on Higher Education (CHED) for
the tertiary and graduate education.
3.The Professional Regulations Commission
IDENTIFY THE FOLLOWING.
1. The direct beneficiary of the curriculum
implementation. Upon them lie the success or failure
of the curriculum.
2. The person who directly implements the curriculum,
in whose hands, direction and guidance are provided
for successful implementation.
3. Spend their personal money to achieve the goals of the
curriculum. The interest is on the return of the investment
through the learning outcomes of the students.
4. They see to it that the written curriculum is correctly
implemented in schools thus they provide support to the
whole organization through their leadership.
5.Indirectly or directly involved in school activities as