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role of students in curriculum

  3. Curriculum is considered as blue print of an educational programme on which the teaching learning process is planned & implemented. INTRODUCTION
  4. Curriculum in literal sense is a pathway towards goal. If the teacher is the guide, curriculum is the path.
  5. Curriculum is all planned learning for which the school is responsible. It is all the experiences, learners have under the guidance of the school. John Delnay (2001) DEFINITION
  7. THE PRINCIPAL: Principal is the head of the school & occupies vital position in the curriculum development. He/she empowers staff to initiate & participate in decision making for changes needed in curriculum. ROLE OF FACULTY
  8. Insists on building high moral standards of curriculum delivery. Plan with teachers to implement pilot curriculum materials. Conducts regular supervision to identify key principles & concepts that teachers need to learn as part of a core curriculum in any subject domain. .
  9. Providing teacher’s uninterrupted blocks of instructional media. Ensuring that basic skills and academic subjects are taught. Review & revision of policies, rules & regulations for the collesge /school.
  10. Teacher is the heart of the curriculum & he determines in large measure the actual learning experiences that goes in the classroom & on the playground. THE TEACHER
  11. •A teacher is a curriculum maker. He writes curriculum daily through a lesson plan, unit plan or yearly plan. •Teacher addresses the goals, needs & interests of the learner by creating experiences from where the students can learn. •Teacher designs, enriches and modifies the curriculum to suit the learners characteristics.
  12. •Teachers are part of textbook committee, faculty selection boards, school evaluation committees or textbook writers themselves. •Teachers are architects of school curriculum •Teachers share their experiences with colleagues & seek feedback on their performance. •Teachers work collaboratively.
  13. They supervise curriculum implementation, select and recruit new teachers, admit students, procure equipments and materials needed for effective learning. Ensures that the college curriculum committee schedules its meetings and follows university policies on curriculum change. ROLE OF ADMINISTRATORS •:
  14. They also plan for the improvement of school facilities. They have privilege to command but at the same time to lead the institution. Ensuring that intra-college support has been obtained for proposals.
  15. Administrators show their interest on curriculum innovations, like Goal focus Communication adequacy Resource utilization Cohesiveness Morale Innovativeness Problem solving approach
  16. STATUTORY BODIES: It is a body/organization set up by law which is authorized to enforce legislation on behalf of relevant country or state. ROLE OF STATUTORY BODIES
  17. It has an advisory role. It has bodies like INC that helps in developing necessary guidelines for development of curriculum, instructional & evaluation materials, text books etc. Role of The Union Government:
  18. •University reviews each programme to determine that it fulfill the course norms. •It is involved in assessment & evaluation of curriculum. •It Sends proposals to ministry of education to give technical & professional advice on curriculum. • It supervises the research work of students. Role of Universities
  19. •It formulates philosophy, objectives and framework of all the courses. •It gives permission to start or to continue the course in any collage/school. •Withdrawal of recognition of nursing institutions. •Inspection of school/collages to regulate better nursing practices. •Gives recognition of qualifications. •Sets uniform standards of training through out the country. •Construct syllabus for all nursing programmes. Role of National Bodies (INC)
  20. It plays a major role in curriculum construction, implementation, evaluation, research and reconstruction through their education departments. It permits the schools/colleges to start and continue the course. It is responsible for the proper curriculum development & implementation in the schools on the basis of leadership provided by the national bodies. Role of State Government
  21. Stakeholders are individuals or institution that are interrelated in the school curriculum. They are the one who put into action and give life to the curriculum. They shape the school curriculum implementation ROLE OF STAKEHOLDERS
  22. • Educational organizations play active role in planning, developing, evaluating & producing instructional & evaluation materials, textbooks, supplementary reading materials etc. • Reconstructing of curriculum as and when necessary need arises. ROLE OF EDUCATION DEPARTMENT:
  23. 1.To ensure the educational policies & goals are properly reflected by the curriculum. 2. Responsible for the realization of the curriculum goals through its effective implementation. 3. Care of proper priorities to be given to different programmes at different levels. Educational administrators Role
  24. Active participants in curriculum development Guidelines of curriculum implementation Evaluation of curriculum Curriculum reformers Role of educational supervisor
  25. Role of school organizers • Curriculum implementers • Curriculum evaluators Role of subject specialists: • Determines the curriculum • Frames the syllabus • Writes textbooks, handbooks.
  26. Role of methodology experts: • Curriculum planners • Syllabus makers • Curriculum evaluators/reviewers
  27. • Students are the clients for whom curriculum is developed; they are the most affected persons by the curriculum. Hence there is dire need to actively involve them in the development and implementation as well. . STUDENT’S ROLE
  28. •Students should accept the changes on curriculum. •Prepare themselves for innovation. •Clarify the doubts regularly. •Utilize the changes for the professional development. •They need to realize the valuable insight they offer to teachers & the way this can benefit future students. .
  29. Curriculum is a device used by teachers, administrators, stakeholders & various statutory bodies for welfare of students(learners) in schools/collages & universities. And they all play different important roles in the development & implementation of this device. CONCLUSION