Curriculum Facilitates Excellent Teaching Practice.
Mr. Philip STABBACK, Dr. Brian MALE, Ms. Dakmara GEORGESCU
In the simplest terms, curriculum is a description of what, why and how students
should learn. The curriculum is therefore not an end in itself. The objective of
curriculum is to provide students with the knowledge, skills, values and attitudes
to be successful in their lives. The ultimate indicators of curriculum success are the
quality of the learning achieved by students and whether and how students use
that learning for their personal development.
A good quality curriculum
· Values all children as individuals
· Is based on a clear understanding of modern, broadly accepted concepts /
understandings about how children learn
· Promotes teaching practices that reflect these concepts of learning
· Reflects that decisions and choices made during the curriculum development
process are made in the interests of learners.
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