Activity 1-Curriculum Defined

Persons Interviewed Elementary Grades Teacher Answer to Question: What is curriculum to you? Curriculum for me is design or it could be a program wherein it shows the list of courses or the prescribed requirements or learning that every learner in that particular school should attain. When we say "curriculum".... we are also talking about the content of learning that will provide by the school to the learners. -Ms. Trixielyn Oaña, Christ the King College Curriculum is a set of courses/subjects with corresponding number of units required to be taken by students in order for them to graduate with their chosen degree program. Note that different programs have different curricula. Curriculum depends on the degree program but all degree programs for state universities and colleges (SUCs) have some subjects/courses in common because we based our curriculum largely from CHED requirements. But sometimes these common subjects may not entirely be the same to all SUCs because they have different descriptive titles. Though, technically they are the same. -Mrs. Remalyn Casem, DMMMSU-MLUC(LES) Curriculum for me is anything that is used as a learning tool like books, or even things that happen in normal life or a program of courses to be taken. -Kevin Hipol Union Christian College
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Activity 2-Identifying the Curricula Operating in the Schools Name of School: _______________________ Types of Curricula Operating in School Recommended Curriculum Written Curriculum Taught Curriculum Supported Curriculum Assessed Curriculum Learned Curriculum Hidden Curriculum Examples from Observations or Interviews .

Activity 3-Curriculum from Two Points of View: Traditional or Progressive Points of View of Curriculum Traditional Curricular Practices Illustrative Examples of Practices .

Progressive Curricular Practices .

the curriculum should be focusing on developing the adolescence of a . Yes it could exist. Setting a curriculum is just like setting a goal. the curriculum should be focusing on the things that will make a pupil understand the basic things in life: the basic education. they can be out of their way of teaching the students. (it would be more like chaos) When a group of people are together for learning. multiplication and division. when. So what if a school doesn't have a curriculum at all? Will it succeed? First of all. without it the group wouldn't be able to work together. For teachers. administrators and students with structure and sense of progression. (that's existing) Learning without a curriculum & a structured environment would be the problem. There are some considerations that the school should regard as in having an efficient curriculum. students will not be able to understand or face the challenges of the society. For example in an Elementary school. teachers will not be able to focus on the subjects that they will be teaching the students. say for example in Math. For Secondary schools. Also. Can a school exist without a curriculum? Anything can exist but will it work is the key. curriculum gives them understanding on what they need to accomplish. the building & teachers are there. & what they are suppose to be doing throughout the day. Curriculum can impact on both the students and the teachers. Without an effective curriculum. "no" a school wouldn't work without curriculum. "what is right". the fundamental addition. Without a curriculum that will serve as a guide to teachers. (everyone has an opinion) arguing about who is right instead of learning. subtraction. they can have ideas and the techniques that will enable the success of the student. without having a curriculum it doesn't give a sense of order and may confuse not only the students but also the teachers. Without structure & rules a school wouldn't be of much use to anyone attending. A goal to make the students achieve there dreams. A goal that will make students successful! An effective curriculum offers teachers. For students. first there has to be a curriculum or no one would know where. Then comes structure.REFLECT: 1. So my answer is. We send our children to school to learn.

And the teachers must be teaching according to the standards given by the school. and the society. How he or she will react to the chaos of the society. Therefore.student. . Now. how important will a curriculum be to you? 4. the student prepare in finding job. and Geometry. the curriculum must be focusing on helping the student set up for his or her own future. What are the implications of an ever changing curriculum to teachers? The main implication of the changing curriculum of the teachers is which they should learn the newest curriculum. It will help the awareness of the student of the society. Trigonometry. For tertiary schools. He or she can be a professional depending on how well the curriculum is organized. As future teachers. How does a strong belief or philosophy influence curriculum? 3. students. we already gained knowledge on the importance of having an efficient education curriculum for schools. a school as an institution needs to have an efficient curriculum for the betterment of its teachers. The student will eventually become successful and can provide grants for adults. This also means In several cases which they will have to gain knowledge within the new parts for the curriculum. Sight for example the Algebra. The school should be specific enough to present the curriculum. The lecturing type is a bit harder this time just say for example other complicated Mathematics branches are being taught. The future of the youth and the society depends partly on the curriculum set-up of the school. With proper curriculum in this level. The students must need extra effort to meet whatever curriculum is implemented by the school. 2.

districts. divisions. Example of this is the Basic Education Curriculum (BEC). These are used by the learners with the . 2. 3. CHED. Explain how the three processes of planning. Written Curriculum-This includes documents. Most of the written curricula are made by curriculum experts with participation of teachers. Allan Glatthorn (2000) describes seven types of curriculum operating in the schools. These were pilot-tested or tried out in sample schools or population. These are varied activities that are implemented in order to arrive at the objectives or purposes of the written curriculum. These are: 1. 2.SELF-CHECK: 1. implementing and evaluating are used in curriculum development? Types of Curriculum Operating in Schools From the various concepts given. Give the contribution of each. For example the Philippine Association for Teacher Education (PAFTE) or the Biology Teacher Association (BIOTA) may recommend a curriculum to be implemented in the elementary or secondary education. Recommended Curriculum-Most of the school curricula are recommended. departments or colleges for implementation. How do philosophy. Name five persons who contributed to the field of curriculum. history and society influence the development of a curriculum? 3. psychology. DOST or any professional organization who has stake in education. Another example is the written lesson plan of each classroom teacher made up of objectives and planned activities of the teacher. Taught Curriculum-The different planned activities which are put into action in the classroom compose the taught curriculum. course of study or syllabi handed down to the schools. The curriculum may come from a national agency like the DepEd.

series of evaluations are being done by the teachers to determine the extent of teaching or to tell if the students are progressing. Hidden Curriculum-This is the unintended curriculum which is not deliberately planned but modifies behavior or influence learning outcomes. Peer influence. 5. 6. zoo and other facilities. affective or psychomotor. laboratory equipments. . There are lots of hidden curricula that transpire in the school. guidance of teachers. This refers to the assessed curriculum.4. there must be materials which should support or help in the implementation of a written curriculum. playground. Learning outcomes are indicated by the results of the tests and changes in behavior which can either be cognitive. other than the teacher. school environment. These refer to the support curriculum that includes material resources such as textbooks. Supported Curriculum-In order to have a successful teaching. authentic instruments like portfolio are being utilized. teacher-learner interaction. computers. being Assessment tools like pencil-and-paper test. At the duration and end of the teaching episodes. audio-visual materials. Assessed Curriculum-This refers to a tested or evaluated curriculum. 7. Taught curriculum varies according to the learning styles of students and the teaching styles of the teachers. Support curriculum should enable each learner to achieve real and lifelong learning. physical condition. Learned Curriculum-This refers to the learning outcomes achieved by the students. mood of the teachers and many other factors make up the hidden curriculum.

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Remalyn Quinay Casem recommended: PAFTE and CHED written: syllabi (for higher ed) and Secondary Education Curriculum 2010 or SEC 2010 (for high school). For example. pero if you'll read each definition. ksi ung curricula ng different courses are conceptualized based largely from CHED and PAFTE recommendations. audio-visual materials gnagamit din natin d b. where the diversity of a curriculum might be an attractive point to a potential student. meaning all the subjects that will be taught during a school year. ask u n lng sa elementary ung curriculum nila ung iba naning hnd ko mahagilap ung sagot. is designed to improve national testing scores or help students learn the basics. Ailicerg Ilipgam Curriculum has numerous definitions. gnun sa elem. pero ung books ay hnd pare preho kasi iba gmit ng dmmmsu at private schs dun sa counterparts nila. kya kung ano ung curriculum ng high schs natin all over the country ganun din sa dmmmsu. or its entire sum of lessons and teachings. In its broadest sense a curriculum may refer to all courses offered at a school. which can be slightly confusing. which students must fulfill in order to pass a certain level of education. This is particularly true of schools at the university level. An individual teacher might also refer to his or her curriculum. iba. . pero ung high school at elem ksi sa DEPED sila sumusunod. you'll figure out the answers (based sa DMMMSU pa rin ah) example: yong supported: textbooks. oo naning. A curriculum may also refer to a defined and prescribed course of studies. an elementary school might discuss how its curriculum.

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