Curriculum studies - development; interpretation; plan and practice 3/e

Booyse, C , Plessis, E du


Educators are faced with more challenges today than ever before. Besides being interpreters and implementers of the curriculum; teachers need to understand curriculum design; curriculum approaches and models; legislation; and prescribed policies. They have to be able to analyse existing learning programmes and resource material in order to prepare instructional designs; with effective teaching; learning; and assessment in mind. Curriculum studies: Development; interpretation; plan and practice offers sound; detailed; and practical direction with reference to the CAPS; to help teachers to enhance teaching; learning; and assessment. This book narrows the gap between the curriculum plan; instructional design; and teaching practice. The views of Tyler; Stenhouse; Freire and others serve as a theoretical grounding for a deeper understanding of the teacher�s role as interpreter of the curriculum. Reference is also made to the influence of contextual aspects; and practical guidance is provided in terms of curriculum innovation and teaching practice.

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Van Schaik Publishers
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