1. Concept Of Curriculum a. Education and curriculum Relationship b. Definition of Curriculum c. How Curriculum defers from: Syllabus Course of Study Educational Programme Teaching Instruction Level of Curriculum d. Level of Curriculum e. Types of Curriculum f. Scope of Curriculum g. Basic Elements of curriculum 2. Curriculum Development a. Nature and Meaning of Curriculum b. Need for Planning c. Curriculum Development Levels 3. Culture and Curriculum Development a. Nature and Meaning of Culture b. Basic Elements of Culture c. Cultural core and persistent life situation d. Cultural root of the curriculum e. Cultural change and Curriculum 4. Factors and Forces Influencing Curriculum Development a. Internal forces: Teacher, Pupil, School Environment etc. b. External forces: Contemporary life, Technology, knowledge, Ideology Economics, Pressure groups, Legal constraints.

Selection of appropriate learning experiences Learning Principle Developmental task Developmental Stages of piaget b. Psychological Bases c.Criteria c. Classification of Objectives—Blooms Taxonomy d. Validation of Educational objectives. Formulation of Aims and Objectives c. Consensual Procedure . Organization of Experiences and Content f. Economic Bases 6. Selection of Content e. Experiences and Content a. A Curriculum Development organization model b. Selection of Learning . Organizing For Curriculum Development a. Philosophical Bases b. Procedures of Content Selection a. Foundations/Bases of Curriculum a. Formulating Curricular Objectives a. Analysis of Situation b.5. Organization Personnel 8. Evaluation 7. Principles of Selection of Experiences and Content 10. Selection of Content/Subject matter Conceptual frame Work Basic Themes or Key ideas c. Selection of Teaching-learning Strategies g. Analytical Procedure c.Sources b. Judge mental procedure b. Sociological Bases d. Preparing instructional objectives 9. Selection of Learning Experiences d. Educational Aims. Curriculum Development Process a.

Developing a Curriculum: Practical Guide. N.O. Andrey and S.. Smith. London:Hodder & Stoughton. Stanley and J.C. 1986 Further Readings:1. 6. Organization of Experiences and Content a. Agencies Responsible for Curriculum Development at National and Provincial level c. 1958.O. New York: Harcourt Brace & World Inc. Placement. Experimental Procedure 11. Principles of Organization c. 2. London: Garage Allen & Unwin. Experience/Activity Curriculum c. B..shores. Designs of Curriculum Organization a. Patterns in Secondary School Curriculum. 1950 4. D. and London: Hodder & Stoughton. Curriculum Planning for Better Teaching and Learning.. Yonkers on Hudson. Curriculum Process.Y. Denis School Curriculum Panning. New York: Harper & Row.d.: World Book Co. 1978. Curriculum Evaluation a. Hirda . Planning Process in Pakistan b. Venable. 1962. Organizational Approaches b.G.K. Model of Curriculum Evaluation 14. w.Alexander and A. . Curriculum Development in Pakistan a. 5. T. Formative and summative c. Functions of Evaluation b.M. W. Howard Nichols.H. 1967. 3. Saylor. Subject-Centered Curriculum b. J.. Core Curriculum 13. 1981. Taba. Critical evaluation of the Situation ASSESSMENT The Students will be assessed according to the following criteria Classroom Participation 5% Assignment/Project/Presentation/Review 20% Mid Term Test 25% Final Test 50% Text Book(s): Lawton.J. Curriculum Development: Theory and Practice. Lewis. Fundamental of Curriculum Development. Tokyo: Holt Saunders Japan. Wheeler. Nichols. 4th ed. Selection of Teaching-learning methodology 12.

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