CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND MODELS

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CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND MODELS

There are four major stages in the process of curriculum development
There are four major stages in the process of curriculum development. These are 1. Goals and objectives, 2. Content , 3. Learning experiences and 4, Evaluation These four stages are derived from the four questions raised by Ralph Tyler, Tyler (1949), one of the pioneers of curriculum engineering and techniques.

These questions, which are often referred to Tyler rationales, are built into a model called the ‘Tyler model’. Other models consisting of three, four or five stages as are being shown below are modified version of the Tyler model. In this chapter we shall consider a few of these models before we shall take the four components for discussion one after the other

What educational purposes should the school seek to attain?
The Tyler Model In his book, Basic Principles of Curriculum and Instruction (Tyler 1949), Tyler suggested four fundamental questions, which he felt need answers if the process of curriculum planning is to proceed. These four central questions are: What educational purposes should the school seek to attain? What educational experiences can be provided that are likely to attain these questions?

These questions may be formulated into a
How can these educational experiences be effectively organized? How can we determine whether these purposes are being attained? These questions may be formulated into a simple “four” Step process by which a curriculum is planned and developed.

STEP 1. OBJECTIVES Sources: - The learner - Contemporary life - Subject specialists Philosophical and Psychological screen STEP 2. SELECTION OF LEARNING EXPERIENCES STEP 3. ORGANIZATION OF LEARNING EXPERIENCES STEP 4. EVALUATION

The Wheeler Model While Tyler’s model suggested that evaluation serves purely to ascertain the extent to which the objectives stated had been achieved, critics argued that evaluation need not be a terminal stage, but should take place at every stage. For this Wheeler has converted Tyler’s original ideas into cyclic form.

Selection of learning experiences
2. Selection of learning experiences 3. Selection of content 4. Organization and integration of leaning experiences 5. Evaluation 1. Aims, Goals and Objectives

The Lawton’s Model Lawton’s model has provided us with a five stage flow-chart on curriculum planning. The first and second stages of his model deal with the need to achieve clarity about the aims of education, and the question about knowledge and values, which should be the concern of education irrespective of the kind of society. The questions need to be considered by curriculum planners.

Selection from Culture Curriculum Organized in stages, sequences
Philosophical Questions (cultural variables) e.g. aims of education worthwhile knowledge Stage 2 (Cultural variables) e.g. the kind of society we have/we want Sociology Questions Stage 3 Selection from Culture Stage 4 Psychological Questions and theories e.g. of learning, instruction, development etc. Stage 5 Curriculum Organized in stages, sequences

Identify the main concepts in each of these models.
Itemize the similarities and differences among them. Can you think of other models of curriculum development? Refer to the work of Nicholls and Nicholls for example What are the major points to consider when selecting objectives in curriculum development? Explain them in relation to your country schools’ curriculum development