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Title: Training Workshop for Deputy Rectors


1
Training Workshop for Deputy Rectors
Ministry of Education Human Resources
  • Mr. S.K Mahadeo
  • Director Curriculum
  • 18th April 2006

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Agenda
1. Approaches to curriculum.
1.1 Official curriculum
1.4 Interactive curriculum
1.2 Intended curriculum
1.5 Effective curriculum
1.3 Applied curriculum
1.6 Hidden curriculum
2. The successful organisation
3. Organisation of school curriculum
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  • 1. Approaches to curriculum from different
    perspectives

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1.1 Official curriculum
  • What is acknowledged as the expression of the
    will of the legitimate education authority with
    regard to what, why and how students should learn.

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1.2 Intended Curriculum
  • Curriculum provisions as intentions.

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1.3 Applied curriculum
  • What actually happens inside the classroom...?

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1.4 Interactive curriculum
  • Learning situations and experiences as a result
    of classroom interactions.

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1.5 Effective curriculum
  • What students really learn - Learning results.

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1.6 Hidden curriculum
  • Values, knowledge, beliefs, attitudes that
    participate in learning processes.
  • Share independently of the official curriculum,
    and sometimes in opposition to the intended and
    required curriculum.

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2. A successful organisation relies an effective
communication.
Senior Management Team
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Palo Altos Theory
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3. Organisation of school curriculum
Time Table Time Table allocation
Teacher Directed Teacher Assisted Learner
Assisted Learners Independent Role Continuous
Assessment and Summative Assessment
  • Criteria
  • Syllabus coverage content and time
  • Mode of Delivery? Teacher Directed and Assessment

vs.
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Conclusion
  • The organisation of a curriculum depends on the
    mode of delivery, negotiation and assessment.

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3. Organisation of school curriculum
  • 3.2 Head of School Instructional leadership
  • Curriculum Management
  • What support for effective learning?
  • What evaluation for effective learning?
  • What feedback for effective learning?
  • The importance of subject audit groups To track
    learning difficulties and find solutions.

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3. Organisation of school curriculum
  • 3.2 Importance of Continuous assessment
  • The scheme of work
  • Why Subject Roadmap?

Content Mode of Delivery Tasks Assessment
Week 1
Week 1
Week 1
Week 2
Week 2
Week 2
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THE MISSING LINK
???
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Thank You
Ministry of Education Human Resources
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