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Teacher and the School Curriculum

A comprehensive course that equips educators with the knowledge and skills to effectively develop and implement curriculum plans, fostering, and growth.

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It is particularly unique in its use of social values.

  • John Goodlad's Model

The final effects of a curriculum are evaluated on the basis of its stated objectives.

  • Summative Evaluation

It is something that is related to the topic for further understanding of the learners.

  • Goals and Objectives
  • Evaluation
  • Learning activities
  • Aims

Teachers can contribute by collaboratively and effectively working with curriculum development teams and specialists to arrange and compose martial, textbooks, and content.

  • True
  • False

This is the degree to which an innovation is perceived as being better or introducing useful knowledge leading to acceptability and the rate of adoption.

  • relative advantage

Effectiveness of curriculum is determined by:

  • Objective
  • Design
  • Method
  • Evaluation
  • Question 42
  • Correct
  • Mark 1.00 out of 1.00
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Important factor of curriculum is to help to achieve the:

  • values
  • education
  • job
  • objectives

Curriculum planning provide written curricular goals which are nothing but intended student development outcomes.

  • False
  • Either true or false
  • True
  • Neither true nor false

_______________ education seeks to promote democratic schooling as well as social living.

  • Essentialist
  • Existentialist
  • Progressivists
  • Pragmatist

Pratt (1980) defines curriculum as a plan that consists of learning opportunities for a specific time frame and place, a tool that aims to bring about behavior changes in students as a result of planned activities and includes all learning experiences received by students with the guidance of the school.

  • Neither true nor false
  • Either true or false
  • False
  • True

It is such a “permanent” subjects as grammar, reading, logic, rhetoric, mathematics, and the greatest books of the Western world that the best embody essential knowledge.

  • Curricculum
  • Curriculum
  • Curiculum
  • Curricular

The_______________ education seeks to promote democratic schooling as well as social living.

  • Pragmatist
  • Essentialist
  • Existentialist
  • Progressivists

Teachers routinely use assessment data to design and adapt instruction.

  • False
  • Either True or False
  • True
  • Neither True nor False

It is considered as the “noblest profession”

  • Guidance counseling
  • Lawyer
  • Teaching
  • Doctor

It is the grasping and analyzing the meaning of the content without going beyond the present situation

  • Knowledge
  • Analysis
  • Synthesis
  • Comprehension

There is no effort towards change and so you do the same thing you did before.

  • Significant Forces
  • Driving Forces
  • Equilibrium
  • Restraining Forces

It is the ability to judge for a purpose.

  • Analysis
  • Evaluation
  • Synthesis
  • Application

I. Curriculum development provide written curricular goals which are nothing but intended student development outcomes.

  • I is True and II is False
  • I & II is True
  • I & II is False
  • I is False and II is True

The importance of curriculum in the system of education is just like a:

  • constitution in a country
  • none of the above
  • Preparation of students for service
  • provision of latest knowledge

He defines curriculum as a written document that systematically describes goals, planned objectives, content, learning activities, evaluation procedures and so forth.

  • Pratt

Curriculum is supposed to be:

  • achieves the objective
  • organized by the school
  • both (a) and (b)
  • none of the above

They define curriculum as a plan that consists of learning opportunities for a specific time frame and place, a tool that aims to bring about behavior changes in students as a result of planned activities and includes all learning experiences received by students with the guidance of the school.

  • Schubert (1987)
  • Goodlad and Su (1992)
  • Pratt (1980)
  • Tanner (1980)

I. Curriculum development is needed for appropriate selection and organization of learning experiences.

  • I & II is True
  • I is False and II is True
  • I is True and II is False
  • I & II is False

It is used to refer to areas of study in the school curriculum or any educational program that are required by all students.

  • Core Curriculum
  • Broad field Curriculum
  • Learner Centered
  • Subject Centered

Rearrangement of curriculum to implement desired changes

  • Restructuring
  • Addition
  • Substitution
  • Alteration

This curriculum structure puts a strong emphasis on instruction, teacher-to-student explanation, direct strategies, lectures, question and answer, as well as teacher-student discussions.

  • Subject Centered
  • Core Curriculum
  • Learner Centered
  • Broad field Curriculum

This is referred to the teacher who is the holder, user, and producer of knowledge, a self-directed individual who takes the curriculum as given and negotiates it in an active relationship with students to address their needs as learners and to the extent possible, meet the requirements outlined in stated curriculum documents.

  • maker

Which does not belong to the group.

  • Reading
  • Grammar
  • Physical Science
  • Writing

It emphasized on equipping the citizenry with knowledge and skills to defend the state; respect tradition; and highlighted the value of practical skills among other aims of education.

  • Christian education
  • Greek education
  • Japanese education
  • Roman education

A teacher's role in curriculum implementation affects the school's choice of textbooks, as well as the adoption of special programs to augment educational standards.

  • True
  • Neither True nor False
  • False
  • Either True or False

He defined curriculum as the “planned and guided learning experiences and intended outcomes, formulated through systematic reconstruction of knowledge and experiences under the auspices of school, for the learners’ continuous and willful growth in personal social competence”

  • Goodlad and Su (1992)
  • Pratt (1980)
  • Schubert (1987)
  • Tanner (1980)

An innovation must be simple enough to be understood and utilized.

  • complexity

It is the continuous review of progress of planned activities

  • Evaluation
  • Monitoring
  • Assessment
  • Testing

He defines curriculum as answering three questions: what knowledge, skills and values are most worthwile? Why are they most worthwile? How should the young acquire them?

  • Cronbleth (1992)
  • Tanner (1980)
  • Schubert (1987)
  • Pratt (1980)

Curriculum provides guidance for ___________.

  • parents
  • school
  • students
  • teachers

It is adding new content to the materials of the school.

  • curriculum development

It also involves changes in the knowledge, actions and attitudes of people.

  • Curriculum Review
  • Curriculum Development
  • Curriculum Evaluation
  • Curriculum Implementation

It is the “process of liberation from ignorance and prejudice”.

  • Philosophy

This implies that they have learned from the experiences they gained throughout the process of learning.

  • Learning

This is where the tasks and situations are closely associated with what you experience.

  • Work Integrated Assessment

This is referred to the teachers who develops curriculum designs that enriches and modifies the curriculum to suit the learners’ characteristics.

  • developer

Change in the existing structure instead of replacing the whole curriculum, syllabus or course of study.

  • Addition
  • Restructuring
  • Alteration
  • Substitution

I. According to Spalding Grey, "Good teachers to me are like poets and saints."

  • I & II is False
  • I & II is True
  • I is False and II is True
  • I is True and II is False

It is defined as the “Values, traditions, factors and forces which influence the kind, quantity and quality of the experience the school offers its learners”

  • Curriculum foundation
  • Curriculum assesment
  • Curriculum planning
  • Curriculum development

The emphasis was on a child – centered curriculum, which necessitates a flexible broad curriculum. There was also an emphasis on practical skills.

  • Idealism
  • Existentialism
  • Progressivism
  • Realism

It means that the potential adopters and sponsors of an innovation would like to see tangible results.

  • Complexity
  • Triability
  • Compatibility
  • Observability

It emphasizes consistency among objectives, learning experiences and learning outcomes

  • Ralph Tyler's Model/

It is used to enhance the thinking skills of the students.

  • Hilda Taba’s Model

Student-centered methods emphasizes that the teacher is the __ in the classroom.

  • facilitator

These involves not only organizing of content, materials or facilities, but it involves integration of subjects or new approaches to the existing subjects.

  • medium changes

The content should be learnable and adaptable to students’ experiences.

  • Learnability

The arrangement of the elements of curriculum can be can as:

  • Curriculum Construction
  • Curriculum Design
  • Curriculum Foundation
  • Curriculum Development

It is the process of giving value judgement based on the information gathered through measurement and testing.

  • Testing
  • Measurement
  • Evaluation
  • Assessment

Psychological foundation play its role in the development of curriculum keeping in view the:

  • student’s interest
  • student’s capabilities
  • all of the above
  • student’s needs

It always considers what the learner has already known, his/her characteristics and his/her readiness

  • The state of our knowledge of the subject matter or content
  • Relevance to school’s philosophy of education
  • The present status of the learner
  • Analysis of our culture

Idealism also emphasizes the spiritual component of man, i.e. man is a spiritual being.

  • False
  • True
  • Either true or false
  • Neither true nor false

It is the means of determining the degree of achievement of a particular objective or competency.

  • Assessment
  • Evaluation
  • Testing
  • Measurement

The teacher may need to create lesson plans and syllabi within the framework of the given curriculum since the teacher's responsibilities are to implement the curriculum to meet student needs (Handler 2010).

  • True
  • False

The process of curriculum development is needed for conceptualizing a curriculum in terms of the determination of educational objectives for teaching-learning at a particular grade of school education.

  • True
  • False

He defines curriculum as the content of a subject, concepts and tasks to be acquired, planned activities, the desired learning outcomes and experiences, product of culture and an agenda to reform society

  • Schubert

The objective must be observed and measured through the performance of the students.

  • Result oriented
  • Attainable
  • Time bound
  • Measurable

Philosophical foundation of curriculum is concerned with:

  • History
  • Economy
  • Contents
  • Ideas

He/she is the most important person in the curriculum.

  • Teacher

The teachers’ involvement in the curriculum is less essential in meeting the needs of society.

  • True
  • False

Select one:

  • Sustainability
  • Efficiency
  • Validity
  • Relevance

Introduction of a new component without changing old elements or patterns (i.e. audio- visual aids, workshops, equipment)

  • Addition
  • Substitution
  • Restructuring
  • Alteration

A curriculum is blue print or pip of the school that includes experiences for the:

  • Learner
  • Curriculum planner
  • Teacher
  • Experts

It uses the rules and the principles.

  • Evaluation
  • Application
  • Synthesis
  • Analysis

It breaks down components in order to clarify.

  • Analysis
  • Synthesis
  • Evaluation
  • Application

It was focused on moral education and character building.

  • Christian education

It leads to improvement

  • change

It is the totality of learning experiences provided to students.

  • Curriculum

These are forces restraining or preventing you from doing something and changing.

  • Equilibrium
  • Driving Forces
  • Significant Forces
  • Restraining Forces

The aim of___________ education is to develop intellectual powers, as well as educating competent persons.

  • Essentialist
  • Idealist
  • Perrenialist
  • Existentialist

Who defines curriculum as a written document that systematically describes goals, planned objectives, content, learning activities, evaluation procedures?

  • Schubert (1987)
  • Pratt (1980)
  • Tanner (1980)
  • Goodlad and Su (1992)

It refers to the authenticity of the content.

  • Validity

I. Curriculum assessment helps in suggesting suitable teaching-learning strategies, teaching methods, instructional materials etc.

  • I & II is False
  • I & II is True
  • I is True and II is False
  • I is False and II is True

Curriculum reflects the culture of:

  • Society
  • Area
  • School
  • Home

What is the focus of the wheeler’s model?

  • Situational analysis

The following are characteristics of curriculum except for one.

  • It is all the experiences learners have under the guidance of the school
  • It is those subjects that are most useful for living in contemporary society.
  • It is all planned learnings for which the school is responsible
  • It originated from the Greek word “cuerre” meaning to “run a course”. It therefore represents a course of subjects covered by learners in their race towards a certain educational goal or target.

It evolved from a critical perspective of the work of the progressivist; who put too much emphasis on the needs of the child sometimes at the expense of needs of society.

  • Idealism
  • Existentialism
  • Progressivism
  • Reconstructionism
  • Question 12
  • Correct
  • Mark 1.00 out of 1.00
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This is where the teachers can provide supplemented materials during the process.

  • multiculturalism

The process of curriculum development is needed for conceptualizing a curriculum in terms of the determination of educational objectives for teaching-learning at a particular grade of school education. (True or False)

  • Either true or false
  • True
  • False
  • Neither true nor false

It refers to the process of collecting data in a systematic manner for the purpose of assessing quality, effectiveness and worth of a programme.

  • Curriculum Evaluation
  • Curriculum Innovation
  • Curriculum Development
  • Curriculum Implementation

This indicates the appropriateness of the intervention in relation to other stakeholders need, national priorities, international partners’ policies, including the millennium development goals, national development plans in the various countries etc.

  • Relevance

He was the main proponent of pragmatism.

  • John Dewey
  • John Delton
  • John Dalton
  • John Dawey

This is given at the end of the academic year, yield valuable information about students' understanding of the concepts they have been taught. (There are two possible answers)

  • informal assessment

It is defined as “the philosophy of existence”.

  • Existentialism

The following are factors in selecting objectives EXCEPT ONE.

  • Relevance to school’s philosophy of education
  • Analysis of Culture
  • The present status of the learner
  • Inconsistency with the theory of learning
  • Question 6
  • Correct
  • Mark 1.00 out of 1.00
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The main aim of Roman education was Good citizenship for the populace, who would support and defend the state and its laws; development of a rational mind; and creativity.

  • Either true or false
  • False
  • True
  • Neither true nor false

What is an important factor contributing to the success of curriculum development and implementation

  • Professional development

The following are importance of curriculum development EXCEPT ONE.

  • It helps develop curriculum overtime
  • It plays a vital role in improving the economy of a country.
  • It does not provide answers or solutions to the world’s pressing conditions and problems, such as environment, politics, socio-economic, and other issues of poverty, climate change, and sustainable development.
  • It brings about improvement in the present curriculum.
  • change, and sustainable development.

Teacher’s involvement in the process of curriculum development is important to align content of curriculum with students needs in the classroom.

  • True
  • False

The following are reasons why people resist change, except one.

  • People resist because they do not understand
  • People resist if they do not have the time to engage with the change
  • People resist because of lack of ownership
  • People resist if there is incentives or benefits

Curriculum is:

  • syllabus
  • over all activities of an institution
  • co curricular activities
  • course

It means the introduction of something new that deviates from the standard practice.

  • innovation

A teacher's role in curriculum evaluation does not affect the school's choice of textbooks, as well as the adoption of special programs to augment educational standards.

  • Neither True nor False
  • Either True or False
  • True
  • False

The process of curriculum development is not needed for conceptualizing a curriculum in terms of the determination of educational objectives for teaching-learning at a particular grade of school education.

  • False
  • True
  • Neither true nor false
  • Either true or false

What process is being undertaken by curriculum developers when they enrich or modify certain aspects of a particular program without changing the fundamental conceptions?

  • Curriculum implementation
  • Curriculum improvement
  • Curriculum design
  • Curriculum change

In active learning, the teacher will……

  • Use a prescribed curriculum to build lessons that has global compact
  • Provide opportunities for teachers to become creative and put their unique stamp on classroom experiences
  • Can provide supplemented materials during the process
  • May modify content delivery as needed.

He stated that “Man is nothing else but what he makes of Himself”.

  • Srater
  • Saarte
  • Sarte
  • Sartre

The application should be within the range of the students’ knowledge and skills.

  • Attainable
  • Measurable
  • Result oriented
  • Time bound

An outline-of the topics of a subject to the covered in specific time is called:

  • program
  • course
  • curriculum
  • syllabus

The performance of every student is judged by a specific principle.

  • Criterion-Referenced Assessment

Used to identify “organizing centers”; which are specific learning opportunities.

  • Instructional objectives

The content must be finished with the specific number of hours.

  • Attainable
  • Time bound
  • Measurable
  • Result oriented

It is what the teacher wants to achieve.

  • Evaluation
  • Learning activities
  • Aims
  • Goals and Objectives

Ms. Rashima writes curriculum daily through a lesson plan. She prepares activities and addresses the needs and interest of her pupils by creating experiences from where the pupils can learn. What is the role of Ms. Rashima in the curriculum?

  • Community members as curriculum resources
  • Curriculum managers and administrators
  • Teachers as developers, implementers and evaluators
  • Parents as supporters of the curriculum

What is the formal determination of the quality, effectiveness or value of the program, process and of the curriculum?

  • Curriculum evaluation
  • Curriculum and instruction
  • Curriculum implementation
  • Curriculum change

Major concern of curriculum is:

  • Personal satisfaction
  • Preparation for service
  • Change in individual’s behavior
  • None of the above

It represents the ‘content’ or “substance” of the behavior

  • Substantive Element

The following are importance of curriculum except for one.

  • Helps in the selection of learning experiences
  • It does not set clear purpose and goals
  • A rational sequence
  • Continuous assessment and improvement of quality

It is the noblest profession

  • Teaching

Schubert (1987) defines curriculum as the content of a subject, concepts and tasks to be acquired, planned activities, the desired learning outcomes and experiences, product of culture and an agenda to reform society.

  • Neither true nor false
  • True
  • Either true or false
  • False

It points out what is good about the work and what is not.

  • Formative Assessment

The model of curriculum could not move above elementary stage is:

  • Core curriculum
  • activity curriculum
  • Subject curriculum
  • None of these

This is referred to the teachers who put their soul and want products to be globally competitive and mold them to become a better person.

  • implementer

It is concerned with issues of making a choice of what should be the organizational basis or structural framework of the curriculum. The choice of a design often implies a value position.

  • Curriculum Implementation
  • Curriculum Evaluation
  • Curriculum Design
  • The correct answer is: Curriculum Implementation

It states that curriculum should be a continuous cycle which is responsive to the changes sector and makes appropriate adjustments to account for these changes.

  • Wheeler’s Model

Teachers should therefore have skills for observing and documenting their observations, constructing appropriate tests and examinations, and reporting their findings in a systematic manner.

  • Either True or False
  • Neither True nor False
  • True
  • False

This is the process of establishing the extent to which the objectives of a programme have been achieved.

  • Curriculum Evaluation

The base on which the subject activities and experience are planned is called:

  • Unit
  • Curriculum
  • lesson
  • Design

This is where the teachers will help increase focus and retention of the curriculum resulting to an exciting learning environment.

  • active learning

It is the "floor plan" or blueprint of what is going to be taught/learned/experienced in the academic classroom over a period of time.

  • curriculum

What does classroom instructors want to examine to determine the relevance of the materials. (There are two possible answers)

  • curriculum objectives

A good teacher is not able to handle any circumstances or crisis in life and in school.

  • Either true or false
  • False
  • Neither true nor false
  • True

The content should be concrete, detailed, focused and defined.

  • Measurable
  • Attainable
  • Specific
  • Time bound

I. One of the characteristics of a good teacher is that he/she has the capacity to learn by experience.

  • Both statements are False
  • First statement is True while the second statement is False.
  • Both statements are True
  • First statement is False while second statement is True.

Curriculum development considers the need of providing a scheme of education for CCE of the teaching-learning outcomes.

  • Neither true nor false
  • False
  • Either true or false
  • True

It is the recalling of information previously presented.

  • Synthesis
  • Analysis
  • Comprehension
  • Knowledge

It means that there will be a replacement of textbooks, equipment, teachers and administrators

  • Substitution
  • Restructuring
  • Addition
  • Alteration

It emphasizes the spiritual component of man.

  • Progressivism
  • Idealism
  • Realism
  • Existentialism

The purpose of a ______________ is to highlight relationships between subjects and to integrate the learning experience.

  • Core Curriculum
  • Broad field Curriculum
  • Subject Centered
  • Learner Centered

They believe that the “cement of education is the common nature of man”

  • Pragmatist
  • Perennialist
  • Existentialist
  • Idealist

It is the age of reason.

  • Enlightenment

I. A good teacher is adaptable.

  • I is True and II is False
  • I & II is False
  • I & II is True
  • I is False and II is True

This will determine what the learner already knows and the difficulties that they are facing in learning.

  • Diagnostic Assessment

Which of the following is nature of the curriculum?

  • critical
  • creative
  • conservative
  • all of the above

Component of curriculum is:

  • Evaluation
  • All of the above
  • Objectives
  • Teaching strategies

Learning means:

  • curriculum change
  • teaching process
  • none of the above
  • change in behavior

Curriculum comes from the Greek word __________ which means___________

  • Run a course, curere
  • Cure, run a corse
  • Curere, run a course
  • Curere, run a corse

It is the last part of the curriculum for the teachers to know if the student really understood the topic.

  • Goals and objectives
  • Evaluation
  • Learning activities
  • Content

The forces that effect the development of curriculum are called:

  • Curriculum Evaluation
  • Curriculum Design
  • Foundations of curriculum
  • Elements of curriculum

It is the heart of the curriculum.

  • Content
  • Learning activities
  • Goals and Objectives
  • Evaluation

It measures what students can achieve when teaches about unfamiliar topic or field.

  • Dynamic Assessment

It serves as the direction to achieve the intended learning outcome/s

  • Goals and Objectives
  • Evaluation
  • Learning activities
  • Aims
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