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Title: Evaluating the Curriculum


1
Evaluating the Curriculum
  • Chapter 13

2
The Five Ps
  • Program
  • Provisions
  • Procedures
  • Products
  • Processes

3
Evaluation
  • The means for determining what needs improvement
    and for providing a basis for effecting that
    improvement
  • Measures achievement, instructors performance,
    effectiveness of a particular approach or
    methodology
  • Problems in evaluation
  • What should we be able to tell? P.439

4
The Curriculum Model
  • Components
  • Curriculum goals
  • Curriculum objectives
  • Organization
  • Implementation
  • Evaluation
  • Takes place before,beginning, end

5
Evaluation Models
  • The Saylor, Alexander, and Lewis model- seek
    evaluation of these components
  • The goals
  • Subgoals
  • Objectives
  • The program of education a a totality
  • Specific segments of the education
  • Instruction and evaluation program

6
  • CIPP model
  • Combines three major steps in the evaluation
    process
  • delineating
  • obtaining,
  • providing -three classes of change settings
    homeostasis, incrementalism, neomobilism

7
  • four types of evaluation
  • context, input, process, and product
  • four types of decisions
  • planning, structuring, implementing and
    recycling

8
  • Models can be used independently or in
    conjunction with each other.

9
  • Scope - select topics to be studied and specify
    the instructional objectives
  • Relevance - congruence between the entire school
    system and the social order
  • Balance - maintain certain sets of elements
    proportionately
  • Integration - unify subject matter

10
Problems in Curriculum Development
  • Chapter 14

11
What is the problem/solution?
  • Alternative schooling
  • Bilingual education
  • Censorship
  • Community service
  • Cultural literacy
  • Health education
  • National standards

12
  • Outcomes-based education
  • Privatization
  • Provision for expectionalities
  • Racial
  • Ethnic integration and cultural diversity
  • Religion in the schools
  • Schedule revisions

13
  • Sexism
  • Whole language
  • What are others???????

14
Impact of Professional Problems Upon Curriculum
  • The need to clarify the role of teacher
    organizations in respect to curriculum
    improvement
  • the need for better means of disseminating
  • the results of curriculum research
  • the need for improved training programs for
    curriculum developers

15
Curriculum Products
  • Chapter 15

16
  • Could you construct a curriculum guide?
  • What would it look like?
  • Could you construct a resource unit?
  • What would it look like?
  • Identify sources for curriculum materials.

17
  • Sequence - subject matter will be made available
    to the students
  • Continuity - content may fruitfully be repeated
    at increased levels of complexity
  • Articulation - subject matter flows sequentially
    across grade level boundaries
  • Transferability - maximum transfer of learning
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