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Curriculum revision (short) .pptx

  1. 1. Curriculum revision Nirmala Roberts India
  2. 2. Curriculum The formal and informal content and process by which the learners gain knowledge and understanding, develop skills and alter attitudes, appreciations and values under the auspices of a school. – Ronald C Doll (1996)
  3. 3. Curriculum is… Content Learning experience Plan for instruction Non-technical approach Technical approach Developed Implemented Evaluated Revised
  4. 4. The Curriculum Committee Curriculum policy maker and developers Curriculum administrators School, College principals Communities Law-maker Educational researchers Teacher educators Publishers Project directors.
  5. 5. Steps of curriculum devt – Ralph Tyler (1940s) Subject matter Sources Society Tentative objectives Philosophy Screens Precise objectives Learner Psychology Selected experiences Evaluation
  6. 6. Curriculum Evaluation An essential phase of Curriculum devt. It precedes Curriculum revision Checks whether curriculum is fulfilling its purpose and whether students are actually learning Performed as – Institution Based – By personnel within the institution External agencies – • Mandatory – INC, SNC, University • Voluntary – Accreditation by external accrediting bodies
  7. 7. CURRICULUM REVISION Changing/ altering the existing curriculum and making it different in some way – To improve the existing curriculum Review and make alterations areas of deficit - • Philosophy and objectives • Courses and content • Teaching-learning or evaluatory procedures Done as addition, deletion or reorganization
  8. 8. Need for curriculum revision To restructure according to the needs of learners To eliminate unnecessary units, content and methods To select learning experiences acc to stated objectives To introduce latest/ updated content & methods of teaching To add or delete number of clinical hours of instruction Correlate between the student’s theory courses and learning practices
  9. 9. Factors to be considered during Curriculum revision… Requirement of the Govt & Accreditation agencies Institutional policies – the ‘why’ and ‘how’ Human factors – No. of faculty and staff. Involve the faculty Student characteristics Population demographics Stakeholders Type of program and types of course delivery
  10. 10. ….Factors to be considered What the other programs are doing Assurance of learning goals. Physical resources – Classroom space Available healthcare systems Clinical sites Economic influences & resources Compromise… Remember… it will change
  11. 11. Components for Curriculum revision… 1. Identify the major concepts related to the K, S & A of graduates 2. Incorporate the expected K, S & A of the graduates 3. Review the institutional and nursing program's philosophy & goal statements acc to needed K, S & A 4. Develop student-learning outcomes for the overall program
  12. 12. …Components for Curriculum revision… 5. Develop learning outcomes as applicable & measurable 6. Review and redesign the organizational structure/ approach for delivery of the curriculum 7. Identify appropriate T/L activities/experiences and facilitate formative assessment throughout the course 8. Develop rigorous evaluation methods using the measurable learning outcomes
  13. 13. …Components for Curriculum revision 9. Correlate the evaluation methods to levels of achievement established for the program. 10. Adhere to directives of the regulatory board and/or the accrediting body's standards. Submit any changes made 11. Determine if changes needed in admission, course etc. 12. Consider the community demographics for optimal learning

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