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Presenter Notes: Title

EFFECTIVE CURRICULUM DESIGN

Presenter Notes: Table of Contents

CURRICULUM DESIGN PROCESS MODELS

SUMMARY OF CURRICULUM DESIGN PROCESS

OVERVIEW OF THE CURRICULUM DESIGN PROCESS

TABLE of CONTENTs

REFERENCES

Presenter Notes: Overview of Curriculum Design Process

Curriculum design, the organization of curriculum’s components, exists along two basic organizational dimensions: horizontal and vertical. (Cornstein & Phunkins, 2017). The process is a way for teachers to plan instruction. A quality curriculum design process consists of the following criteria: alignment to standards, flexibility of delivery, engagement, relevance, instructional approach, and rigor ( Edmentum, 2024).

Curriculum Design Process

Presenter Notes: Summary of Curriculum Design Theories

  • related statements that gives meaning to a school's curriculum by pointing out the relationships among its elements and by directing its development, its use and evaluation.
  • related educational concepts that affords a systematic and illuminating prespective of curricular phenomena.
  • -a sub theory of educational theory that emcompasss the elements of curriculum such as the objectives, content learning experiences and methods of evaluation.(Syomwene, 2020)

SUMMARY OF CURRICULUM DESIGN THEORIES

Presenter Notes: Explaination of curriculum design models

Curriculum design models determines the type of curriculum used as well as the methodology and philsophy. These design models inform the planning of the curriculum used in school to ensure the courses are consistent within the school district. They focus on the learning that takes place during the lesson ad how it impacts future learning. Another focus is on the end product that is then graded to assess student learning. These models set the framework for a curriculum guide and creates the structure of a course.(Spaulding, 2023)

Curriculum Design Models

Presenter Notes: 3 types of Curriculum design models

Problem-Centered

Learner-Centered

Subject-Centered

Most Common Curriculum Design Models

Presenter Notes: Brief summary of subject-centered design model

The curriculum is centered around a particular discipline. It refers to reviewing the skills, ideas and facts. The design describes what needs to be studied and how it should be studied (Schweitzer, 2019).

Subject-Centered Design Model

Presenter Notes: Advantages/disadvantages of subject centered design model

  • encourages in-depth comprehension of subject matter and makes it easier to gain expertise in particular areas
  • students dive into the concepts, ideas, and guiding principles of each field by concentrating on a single subject
  • does not take in account the specific learning styles of students
  • can cause lack of student engagement and motivation

Subject-Centered Design Model Continued

Presenter Notes: Brief summary of learner-centered design model

The curriculum includes creating individual lessons around the needs of students. Teachers use student data to understand prior knowledge, and preferred learning styles. Students are expected to play an active role in their learning (Schweitzer, 2019).

Learner-Centered Design Model

Presenter Notes: Advantages/disadvantages of learner-centered design model

  • increase in student engagement and motivation
  • improved critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • greater independence
  • personalized learning
  • time consuming to plan differentiated lessons
  • difficult to modify and revise

Learner-Centered Design Model Continued

Presenter Notes: Brief summary of problem-centered design model

The curriculum focuses on real-life problems of individuals and society. Students are exposed to real-life issues, which helps them develop skills that are transferable to the real world (Cornstein & Phunkins, 2017)

Problem-Centered Design Model

Presenter Notes: Advantages/disadvantages of problem-centered design model

  • increase in student engagement and motivation
  • improvement in student ability to retain and recall information
  • improvement in collaborative and interpersonal skills
  • does not always take learning styles in consideration
  • time-consuming assessment

Problem-Centered Design Model Continued

Presenter Notes: References

Cornstein, A., & Phunkins, F. (2017). Curriculum: Foundations, principles and issues (7th ed.). Pearson Education Limited.Curriculum alignment: What to look for when evaluating educational resources. (2024). Edmentum. https://www.edmentum.com/articles/curriculum-alignment/Scheweitzer, K. (2019). Curriculum design: definition, purpose and types. ThoughtCo. https://www.thoughtco.com/about-us-4779650 Syomwene, A. (2020). Curriculum theory: Charactersitics and functions. European journal of education studies, 0. http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejes.v0i0.2935

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