W3: Curriculum and Instrustion

Assalamualaikum and hello everyone..

This week, I did not able to join EDU555 class because I ‘m joining the ” Walkabout” program with the Deputy Prime Minister at Sk Puncak Alam 3.

Thanks shout out for my classmate ( Athirah) for helping me with the notes and the audio recording!

so today’s topic is about Curriculum and Instruction

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  1. Interaction / Dynamic Model
    -To overcome the weaknesses of the Tyler’s Model, Taba
    (1962) and Cohen proposed a more dynamic process of
    curriculum development
    – It is a modification of the Tyler’s Model
    – In this model, curriculum development is seen as a dynamic
    process
    -It may begin with any of the four curriculum element i.e.
    objectives, contents, methods, evaluation and these
    elements can be followed in any sequence
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Weaknesses:
-No fixed objectives:
By not stating objectives first, the objectives may be
accommodated to suit the contents.
As a result, the objectives are not in line with the initial
objectives.
– No fixed direction
Continuous changing of direction during the process of
curriculum development will result in a disorganised
curriculum

The Interaction Model is practical and flexible and can
be appropriately used to design the curriculum

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Also known as “Grass-roots approach’.
– Based on the rationale that those who teach the curriculum
i.e. the teacher, should participate in developing the
curriculum.
– Teacher should have major input in curriculum
development.
– Agreed with Tyler that there should be a definite
order in developing the curriculum to facilitate
attaining a more thoughtful and dynamically
conceived curriculum

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thats all thankyouuuuuuuuuu

 

 

 

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