Curriculum Development: An Introduction

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The word 'curriculum' originated from Latin and means to run or move quickly.

True

Curriculum can be defined as the set of courses, coursework, and their content, offered at a school or university.

True

According to Schubert (1987), curriculum includes only the contents of a subject and planned activities.

False

Pratt (1980) defined curriculum as a program of activities designed solely by the teachers for pupils' educational growth.

False

According to Grundy (1987), curriculum is a program of activities designed for pupils to attain educational and other schooling objectives.

True

Daniel Tanner (1980) defined curriculum as the unplanned and unguided learning experiences for learners' growth in personal social competence.

False

The Taba model is an example of an inductive curriculum development model?

True

John Dewey is associated with the Child-centered design of a learner-centered curriculum?

True

Discipline Design is an example of a subject-centered curriculum?

True

Socratic dialogue involves question-answer-deeper question approach in instructional activities?

True

Life-situations design is an example of a problem-centered curriculum?

True

Multi-sensory instructional activities are suggested as part of a Learner-Centered Curriculum?

True

The Broad field design/interdisciplinary approach is an example of a subject-centered curriculum?

True

Tyler’s model of curriculum development is an example of a deductive model?

True

Programmed learning sequences are suggested as part of a Learner-Centered Curriculum?

True

Humanistic design is an example of a Learner-Centered Curriculum?

True

Curriculum can be defined as the set of courses, coursework, and their content, offered at a school or university.

True

The Taba model is an example of an inductive curriculum development model?

False

According to Grundy (1987), curriculum is a program of activities designed for pupils to attain educational and other schooling objectives.

True

Life-situations design is an example of a problem-centered curriculum?

True

John Dewey is associated with the Child-centered design of a learner-centered curriculum?

True

Socratic dialogue involves question-answer-deeper question approach in instructional activities?

True

Discipline Design is an example of a subject-centered curriculum?

True

Programmed learning sequences are suggested as part of a Learner-Centered Curriculum?

False

Socratic dialogue involves question-answer-deeper question approach in instructional activities?

True

Life-situations design is an example of a problem-centered curriculum?

True

Multi-sensory instructional activities are suggested as part of a Learner-Centered Curriculum?

True

Humanistic design is an example of a Learner-Centered Curriculum?

True

The Taba model is an example of an inductive curriculum development model?

True

Tyler’s model of curriculum development is an example of a deductive model?

False

The Broad field design/interdisciplinary approach is an example of a subject-centered curriculum?

True

John Dewey is associated with the Child-centered design of a learner-centered curriculum?

True

Test your knowledge on the definition and concept of curriculum development with this introductory quiz. Explore the origins and meaning of the term 'curriculum' and its significance in educational settings.

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