FOUNDATIONS OF CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

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Activity 1

Complete the timeliness by indicating the significant contribution of each person.

Activity 2

Interview an administrator, a faculty and cite specific examples in each of the items given below. Complete the Table.

Directions: Read the items given below and encircle the correct answer.

**All these questions should be answered by curriculum except:**

- What subjects are important?
- Who will benefit from a well-designed learning experience?
- What outcomes should be achieved?
- What qualifications should teachers have?

**2. Mrs. Valdez asks her Grade 10 class to read biographies, encyclopedias, history books and the like during their free time. She is a believer of what philosophy?**

- Existentialism
- Behaviorism
- Perennialism
- Essentialism

**3. These foundations show the chronological development of curriculum, mostly shown using a timeline.**

A. Historical Foundations

B. Legal Foundations

C. Philosophical Foundations

D. Psychological Foundations

CRAFTING THE CURRICULUM: THE TEACHER AS A DESIGNER

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Activity 1

Accomplish the matrix by interviewing an administrator or a teacher to explain how the ten (10) axioms are realized in the school setting. The administrator or the teacher has the option to choose the axiom that she/ he wishes to explain.

Activity 2

Observe a class or get a sample lesson. Using the elements/component, write a sample curriculum using the template given below.

Activity 3

Request a sample lesson. Analyze the components present in the plan. Paste the lesson plan below.

Directions: Read the items given below and encircle the correct answer.

1. What axiom emphasizes that curriculum design should be based on a careful plan, intended outcomes clearly establish, etc.?

- Curriculum change in inevitable, necessary and desirable.
- Curriculum is a product of its time.
- Curriculum development is more effective when it follows a systematic process.
- Curriculum development Is more effective if it is a comprehensive process, rather than “piecemeal”

**2**. In order to have an effective teaching and learning, there must be an adequate utilization of learning materials. What type of curriculum is this?

A. Curriculum changes made earlier can exist concurrently with newer curriculum changes.

` B. Curriculum developments start from where the curriculum is.

C. curriculum design should always be smart.

D. curriculum development is a cooperative group activity.

**3. **Who are the primary movers in the implementation of the changes made on curriculum?

- Teachers
- Learners
- Parents
- Community officials

FOUNDATIONS OF CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

My Learning Materials

Activity 1

Complete the timeliness by indicating the significant contribution of each person.

Activity 2

Interview an administrator, a faculty and cite specific examples in each of the items given below. Complete the Table.

Directions: Read the items given below and encircle the correct answer.

**All these questions should be answered by curriculum except:**

- What subjects are important?
- Who will benefit from a well-designed learning experience?
- What outcomes should be achieved?
- What qualifications should teachers have?

**2. Mrs. Valdez asks her Grade 10 class to read biographies, encyclopedias, history books and the like during their free time. She is a believer of what philosophy?**

- Existentialism
- Behaviorism
- Perennialism
- Essentialism

**3. These foundations show the chronological development of curriculum, mostly shown using a timeline.**

A. Historical Foundations

B. Legal Foundations

C. Philosophical Foundations

D. Psychological Foundations

CRAFTING THE CURRICULUM: THE TEACHER AS A DESIGNER

My Learning Essential

My Map

Activity 1

Accomplish the matrix by interviewing an administrator or a teacher to explain how the ten (10) axioms are realized in the school setting. The administrator or the teacher has the option to choose the axiom that she/ he wishes to explain.

Activity 2

Observe a class or get a sample lesson. Using the elements/component, write a sample curriculum using the template given below.

Activity 3

Request a sample lesson. Analyze the components present in the plan. Paste the lesson plan below.

Directions: Read the items given below and encircle the correct answer.

1. What axiom emphasizes that curriculum design should be based on a careful plan, intended outcomes clearly establish, etc.?

- Curriculum change in inevitable, necessary and desirable.
- Curriculum is a product of its time.
- Curriculum development is more effective when it follows a systematic process.
- Curriculum development Is more effective if it is a comprehensive process, rather than “piecemeal”

**2**. In order to have an effective teaching and learning, there must be an adequate utilization of learning materials. What type of curriculum is this?

A. Curriculum changes made earlier can exist concurrently with newer curriculum changes.

` B. Curriculum developments start from where the curriculum is.

C. curriculum design should always be smart.

D. curriculum development is a cooperative group activity.

**3. **Who are the primary movers in the implementation of the changes made on curriculum?

- Teachers
- Learners
- Parents
- Community officials

FOUNDATIONS OF CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

My Learning Materials

Activity 1

Complete the timeliness by indicating the significant contribution of each person.

Activity 2

Interview an administrator, a faculty and cite specific examples in each of the items given below. Complete the Table.

Directions: Read the items given below and encircle the correct answer.

**All these questions should be answered by curriculum except:**

- What subjects are important?
- Who will benefit from a well-designed learning experience?
- What outcomes should be achieved?
- What qualifications should teachers have?

**2. Mrs. Valdez asks her Grade 10 class to read biographies, encyclopedias, history books and the like during their free time. She is a believer of what philosophy?**

- Existentialism
- Behaviorism
- Perennialism
- Essentialism

**3. These foundations show the chronological development of curriculum, mostly shown using a timeline.**

A. Historical Foundations

B. Legal Foundations

C. Philosophical Foundations

D. Psychological Foundations

CRAFTING THE CURRICULUM: THE TEACHER AS A DESIGNER

My Learning Essential

My Map

Activity 1

Accomplish the matrix by interviewing an administrator or a teacher to explain how the ten (10) axioms are realized in the school setting. The administrator or the teacher has the option to choose the axiom that she/ he wishes to explain.

Activity 2

Observe a class or get a sample lesson. Using the elements/component, write a sample curriculum using the template given below.

Activity 3

Request a sample lesson. Analyze the components present in the plan. Paste the lesson plan below.

Directions: Read the items given below and encircle the correct answer.

1. What axiom emphasizes that curriculum design should be based on a careful plan, intended outcomes clearly establish, etc.?

- Curriculum change in inevitable, necessary and desirable.
- Curriculum is a product of its time.
- Curriculum development is more effective when it follows a systematic process.
- Curriculum development Is more effective if it is a comprehensive process, rather than “piecemeal”

**2**. In order to have an effective teaching and learning, there must be an adequate utilization of learning materials. What type of curriculum is this?

A. Curriculum changes made earlier can exist concurrently with newer curriculum changes.

` B. Curriculum developments start from where the curriculum is.

C. curriculum design should always be smart.

D. curriculum development is a cooperative group activity.

**3. **Who are the primary movers in the implementation of the changes made on curriculum?

- Teachers
- Learners
- Parents
- Community officials

FOUNDATIONS OF CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

My Learning Materials

Activity 1

Complete the timeliness by indicating the significant contribution of each person.

Activity 2

Directions: Read the items given below and encircle the correct answer.

Directions: Read the items given below and encircle the correct answer.

**All these questions should be answered by curriculum except:**

**All these questions should be answered by curriculum except:**

**All these questions should be answered by curriculum except:**All these questions should be answered by curriculum except:

- What subjects are important?
- Who will benefit from a well-designed learning experience?
- What outcomes should be achieved?
- What qualifications should teachers have?

What subjects are important?

Who will benefit from a well-designed learning experience?

What outcomes should be achieved?

What qualifications should teachers have?

- Existentialism
- Behaviorism
- Perennialism
- Essentialism

Existentialism

Behaviorism

Perennialism

Essentialism

A. Historical Foundations

A. Historical FoundationsA. Historical Foundations

B. Legal Foundations

B. Legal Foundations

C. Philosophical Foundations

C. Philosophical Foundations

D. Psychological Foundations

D. Psychological Foundations

CRAFTING THE CURRICULUM: THE TEACHER AS A DESIGNER

CRAFTING THE CURRICULUM: THE TEACHER AS A DESIGNER

My Learning Essential

My Learning Essential

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My Map

Activity 1

Activity 1

Activity 2

Activity 2

Activity 3

Activity 3

Request a sample lesson. Analyze the components present in the plan. Paste the lesson plan below.

Request a sample lesson. Analyze the components present in the plan. Paste the lesson plan below.

Directions: Read the items given below and encircle the correct answer.

Directions: Read the items given below and encircle the correct answer.

- Curriculum change in inevitable, necessary and desirable.
- Curriculum is a product of its time.
- Curriculum development is more effective when it follows a systematic process.
- Curriculum development Is more effective if it is a comprehensive process, rather than “piecemeal”

Curriculum change in inevitable, necessary and desirable.

Curriculum is a product of its time.

Curriculum development is more effective when it follows a systematic process.

Curriculum development Is more effective if it is a comprehensive process, rather than “piecemeal”

**2**. In order to have an effective teaching and learning, there must be an adequate utilization of learning materials. What type of curriculum is this?

**2**2. In order to have an effective teaching and learning, there must be an adequate utilization of learning materials. What type of curriculum is this?

A. Curriculum changes made earlier can exist concurrently with newer curriculum changes.

A. Curriculum changes made earlier can exist concurrently with newer curriculum changes.

` B. Curriculum developments start from where the curriculum is.

` B. Curriculum developments start from where the curriculum is.B. Curriculum developments start from where the curriculum is.

C. curriculum design should always be smart.

C. curriculum design should always be smart.

D. curriculum development is a cooperative group activity.

D. curriculum development is a cooperative group activity.

**3. **Who are the primary movers in the implementation of the changes made on curriculum?

**3. **3. Who are the primary movers in the implementation of the changes made on curriculum?

- Teachers
- Learners
- Parents
- Community officials

Teachers Teachers

Learners

Parents

Community officials