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    The study objectives include: a.) To compare the contents of the subject Filione on General Education Curriculum of college and Komfili, equivalent of Filione in Senior High School at De La Salle Lipa; b.) To find variation on the approach of each subject taught on two varying curriculums; c.) To show major comparison of GEC and K-12 curriculum with the use of the results gathered. The study would benefit several areas of the educational system. First of all, the study

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    there is a great comparison and contrast that exist between the national curriculum and the alternative curriculum. These comparisons and contrasts mainly occur as a result of how the curriculums address the effectiveness in teaching of key subject areas such as English, Maths and even ICT. It has been argued that the teaching of these three key subjects should take into consideration the holistic development of the child. Curriculum is generally defined as the lesson and the academic content that is

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    education curriculums are becoming a national curriculum in most countries. With more governments and society thinking about education of under-fives we are seeing shifts in thinking and education to meet the changing world. We are developing children skills for the future to create a society where children feel they belong and can contribute to society. Curriculums are being influenced my social, political, cultural, historical and theoretical issues that are impacting different curriculums in the

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    What Is Curriculum

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    What is curriculum? 1. Curriculum is a complex term; it can be broad or narrow. Curriculum is a set of broad decision about what is to be taught and how it is taught, that determine the general frame within which lessons are planned and learning take place (Farrant ,M A p.12). Curriculum is seen as the education umbrella of national education that includes the lessons, the timetable and the academic content prescribed by the national education department in schools or program over several years.

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    Australian Curriculum

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    Part A: The term ‘curriculum’ is used in a variety of ways when used in a teaching and schooling context (Churchill, 2013, pg. 186). Typically, the word curriculum refers to the knowledge and skills that a student needs to learn (Abbott, 2013). The Australian Curriculum is used in all Australian states and territories and it outlines the learning standards or objectives that the students are expected to meet. It includes the learning areas of the curriculum, the general capabilities that the students

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    Hidden Curriculum

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    Dichotomous curriculums are present in the field of education. On one hand, the official curriculum, which is what, is explicitly expected from students. On the other hand, the hidden curriculum also known as implicit education is implanted in the academic culture. These curriculums act in a collaborative manner to help students achieve both their academic and career goals. To get my desired degree I must apply to both the law school and the Luskin School of Public affairs. Once I am admitted to

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    Curriculum Design

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    Curriculum Design for Inclusive Practice Postgraduate Diploma (PCET) Year Two Michael Dickinson, November 2011 Contents Page Introduction 3 Curriculum 3 Curriculum Design – Influencing Factors 4 Curriculum Design – Linear, Spiral, Thematic 6 Curriculum Design – Ideologies and Models 8 Curriculum – Inclusive? 10 Conclusion 12 Bibliography 14 Introduction This assignment will analyse the Business Improvement Techniques

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    Curriculum Evaluation

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    ABSTRACT Prospective student teachers were required to choose a curriculum document from either the primary or secondary school sector for evaluation. They were required to conduct such an evaluation using the Daniel Stufflebeam’s CIPP (Context, Input, Process and Product) Model. The CIPP Model would be used to determine the usefulness of the curriculum in meeting the needs of the Trinidad and Tobago society. Based on possible weaknesses found in the document, prospective teachers were to

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    Australian Curriculum

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    INTRODUCTION. Curriculum is designed to develop successful learners. Confident and creative individuals and active and informed citizens (MCEECDYA, 2008, p.13). In 2008, the Australian Government promised to deliver a fair and equitable curriculum for the national’s educational system, taking the task away from the State and Local Governments. The purpose of this was to create an even level of education throughout the country whether in Hobart of Cape York, and to ensure our nations position

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    Curriculum Design

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    Curriculum Design for Inclusive Practice Throughout this essay I will critically analyse the principles and processes of curriculum design, looking at how they apply to my own curriculum. I will look at both formal and informal elements of curriculum and also my own inclusive practice and how effective it is. Let me begin with the definition of curriculum. The word originated in Greece where it literally meant a course. The running and chariot tracks were the course it related to. In Latin the

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