Phonology of English: What is Phonemic Assimilation mean?

CHAPTER TWO 2 a ii). Analyze the concept of Phonemic Assimilation and its impact on Phonology Phonemic Assimilations Assimilation (phonology) In phonology, assimilation is a common phonological process by which one sound becomes more like a nearby sound. This can occur either within a word or between words. It occurs in normal speech, and it becomes more common in more rapid … More Phonology of English: What is Phonemic Assimilation mean?

Phonology of English: What is Distinctive and Non-Distinctive Variation?

CHAPTER TWO 2a i). Examine the concepts of Distinctive and Non-Distinctive Variation in the context of phonology Distinctive And Non-Distinctive Variation: In linguistics, a distinctive feature is the most basic unit of phonological structure that may be analyzed in phonological theory. Distinctive features are grouped into categories according to the natural classes of segments they describe: major class features, … More Phonology of English: What is Distinctive and Non-Distinctive Variation?

Phonology of English Notes Part 2

CHAPTER  II STRESS AND ASSIMILATION The Influence Of Adjacent Sounds In Connected Speech: Distinctive And Non-Distinctive Variation: It is often said that English has 44 vowel and consonant sounds: 20 vowel sounds (including diphthongs) 24 consonants sounds Such a statement ignores an infinite number of different “shades” of sound. Each vowel or consonant varies slightly in … More Phonology of English Notes Part 2

Phonology of English Notes Part 1

Chapter I THE PHONEMES OF ENGLISH The Articulation Of The English Consonants The English consonants are classified in terms of: i). Manner of articulation (Plosive, Affricate, Nasal etc) ii). Place of articulation (Bi-labial, Labia-dental etc) iii). Voicing (Voiceless consonants entered on left of square, voiced consonants on right) Bi-labial Labia- dental Dental Alveolar Palato- alveolar … More Phonology of English Notes Part 1

History of Education: Can you give a brief overview of the Education throughout history?

1a ii). Give a brief overview of the Education throughout history EDUCATION THROUGH HISTORY: AN OVERVIEW INTRODUCTION In our first lecture, we defined the history of education. We went further to discuss why you need to learn the history of education. We finally looked at the scope of this subject. In this lesson, we are … More History of Education: Can you give a brief overview of the Education throughout history?

History of Education: What is the importance of Studying History in the 21st Century?

1a i). Outline the significance of teaching history in the 21st Century. SECTION A EDUCATION THROUGH HISTORY LESSON ONE THE IMPORTANCE OF STUDYING HISTORY OF EDUCATION 1.   Introduction. In this lesson, we shall discuss the importance of studying history of education to a teacher or teacher-to-be. To do that we need to clearly understand the … More History of Education: What is the importance of Studying History in the 21st Century?

History of Education: What is the scope of the History of Education?

1a ii). Explain the scope of the History of Education 3 THE SCOPE OF HISTORY OF EDUCATION The scope of the History of Education embraces the description, elaboration, and analysis of the formal, informal and non-formal aspects of education. The formal aspect of education refers to the institutionalized form of learning found in educational institutions … More History of Education: What is the scope of the History of Education?

Michael Flynn Mentor Academy Week Six Part II: How to Close the Sale and Shut down Objections.

How to Close the Sale The process of embarking on the closing conversation with a potential client can be a very stomach churning, nerve-wracking affair. It doesn’t matter whether or not the client actually likes you or not, or whether they are impressed with your product presentation or not; there is always a looming possibility that … More Michael Flynn Mentor Academy Week Six Part II: How to Close the Sale and Shut down Objections.

Michael Flynn Mentor Academy Week Six Part I: The Rules For Successful Selling

The last day of the Michael Flynn Mentor Entrepreneur Academy was as lively, and eventful as the last and kept true to Michael Flynn Mentor Entrepreneur Academy’s tradition of underpromising and overdelivering.   It was a session dedicated primarily to Sales and this article seeks to dissect some of the eyeopening information attained in the course … More Michael Flynn Mentor Academy Week Six Part I: The Rules For Successful Selling

Michael Flynn Mentor Academy Week Five Part III: How do you interview new hires for a job? What is the best way to negotiate in a job interview?

How to Interview People The most fundamental aspect of any particular entrepreneurial endeavor and general business management is the fundamental aspect of recruitment, selection or retainment of the key people in any given organization. Recent data has shown that the organizations that have spent more time and resources recruiting the top talent in their organizations … More Michael Flynn Mentor Academy Week Five Part III: How do you interview new hires for a job? What is the best way to negotiate in a job interview?

Michael Flynn Mentor Academy Week Five Part II: Enhancing Corporate Leadership.

“A leader builds me up, gives me an opportunity and the tools to succeed while encouraging me to become more.” —Michael Flynn Mentor Leadership What exactly is leadership? This is a question that has been the subject of philosophical debate for millennia and has been analyzed and discussed by great minds throughout the history of … More Michael Flynn Mentor Academy Week Five Part II: Enhancing Corporate Leadership.

Michael Flynn Mentor Academy Week Five Part I: The Art of Negotiation

The fifth week of the Michael Flynn Mentor Academy was as impactful as always this article will seek to dissect some of the issues we examined during the entirety of the seminar. Some of the topics that were touched on included leadership, the power of negotiations and sales. The Art of Negotiation  Most of us … More Michael Flynn Mentor Academy Week Five Part I: The Art of Negotiation

Michael Flynn Mentor Academy Week Four: The Pitfalls of Perfectionism

The fourth week of the of the Michael Flynn Mentor  Entrepreneur Academy was jam-packed with value and information that is so important and so crucial that it will be unpardonably arrogant of me  and an equal expression of sheer negligence by me; to merely write a solitary article with regard to the copious amounts of … More Michael Flynn Mentor Academy Week Four: The Pitfalls of Perfectionism

Michael Flynn Mentor Academy Day Three: Neuro Linguistic Programming & Building Rapport

The third day at the Michael Flynn Mentorship Academy was quite an eventful and eye-opening event. At this rate obviously one could argue that I should have expected no less than perfection from the Michael Flynn Academy; but there is always a shadow of doubt  lurking on whether he could outdo the deluge of value provided in … More Michael Flynn Mentor Academy Day Three: Neuro Linguistic Programming & Building Rapport

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What is the Concept and Meaning of socialization?

CHAPTER  TEN SOCIALISATION 10 a i). Examine the concept and Meaning of socialization 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Lesson Objectives        By the end of the lecture you should be able to: Define socialization. State the factors that influence socialization Explain the role of family in socialization of children Describe the concept of the child from the African context … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What is the Concept and Meaning of socialization?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What is the role of family in curriculum development?

CHAPTER NINE SOCIETY AND EDUCATION 9a ii). Examine the role of family in curriculum development. Family A society consists of families. Before children learn about their community, they will learn about family. Family provides rich learning opportunities. Family theme in a curriculum is very important because it contributes to the development of children’s self –esteem. … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What is the role of family in curriculum development?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What is the role of society in curriculum development?

CHAPTER NINE SOCIETY AND EDUCATION 9a i). Describe the role of society in curriculum development 9.1 Introduction The kind of education our children receive determines the quality of our society. The values, beliefs and norms of a society are maintained by and passed to the new generation by making them part of our system of … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What is the role of society in curriculum development?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What are some of the various approaches used in teaching to inculcate positive values in children?

CHAPTER EIGHT VALUES 8a iii). Describe some of the various approaches used in teaching to inculcate positive values in children. 8.6  Inculcation of values.          There are different ways of inculcating values. Direct approach. Direct approach means teaching values directly to children. Efforts are made cautiously to teach different values to children. Indirect approach. Indirect approach of … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What are some of the various approaches used in teaching to inculcate positive values in children?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What impact does erosion of values bear to the dispensation of education and how can it be remedied?

CHAPTER EIGHT VALUES 8a ii). Provide an analysis of the phenomenon that is the erosion of values and how it can be detected and possibly remedied. 8.5  Erosion of values Values enable children to grow and develop well. Without values, there will be no holistic development of children. Values make children important and valuable. The … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What impact does erosion of values bear to the dispensation of education and how can it be remedied?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What do we mean by values and what role does it play in the realisation of educational goals?

CHAPTER EIGHT VALUES 8a i). Explain the role played by values in the realization of goals of education. Introduction  Unit Objectives      By the end of the unit you should be able to: Define values List the characteristics of values State the types of values Describe the methods to be used to inculcate values. Explain the … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What do we mean by values and what role does it play in the realisation of educational goals?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What do we mean by the term “society” & “culture”? What is the interrelationship between the two concepts?

CHAPTER SEVEN SOCIOLOGY 7a ii). Define the term “society” and “culture” and the interrelationship between the two concepts. 7.4 SOCIETY Children grow, develop and learn within a social framework set up by the society. A good society facilitates the growth and development of children. Meaning of society According to Oxford dictionary, a “society is a … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What do we mean by the term “society” & “culture”? What is the interrelationship between the two concepts?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What does sociology mean and what role does it play in the teaching process?

CHAPTER SEVEN SOCIOLOGY 7a i). Define sociology and the role it plays in the teaching process. 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Unit Objectives By the end of this lecture you should be able to: Define sociology. Describe the branches of sociology. State the purpose of educational sociology Define society Define culture. State the elements of culture 7.3 … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What does sociology mean and what role does it play in the teaching process?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Provide an intricate analysis of Maria Montessori’s perspective on ECDE?

CHAPTER SIX PHILOSOPHERS AND THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS TO ECDE 6a iii). Provide an intricate analysis of Maria Montessori’s perspective on ECDE 6.5 MARIA MONTESSORI She was born in Italy in 1870. She was the first woman in Italy to earn a doctorate degree in medicine. She worked at the University of Rome. During her time people … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Provide an intricate analysis of Maria Montessori’s perspective on ECDE?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Which are some of the aims of education according to John Dewey?

CHAPTER SIX PHILOSOPHERS AND THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS TO ECDE 6a ii). Examine the aims of education according to John Dewey 6.4   JOHN DEWEY He was born in 1859 in England and migrated to America. He was a teacher, writer, educationist, psychologist, and philosopher. He was a pragmatist. He is one of the modern philosophers. He greatly … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Which are some of the aims of education according to John Dewey?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Are you able to analyze Froebel’s philosophy and his contribution to ECE?

CHAPTER SIX PHILOSOPHERS AND THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS TO ECDE 6a i). Analyze Froebel’s philosophy and his contribution to ECE 6.1 Introduction In this unit, we are going to learn about Friendrich Wilhelm Froebel, John Dewey, and Maria Montessori. 6.2 Unit Objectives By the end of this lecture you should be able to: Describe Froebel’s philosophy. State … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Are you able to analyze Froebel’s philosophy and his contribution to ECE?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Can you provide an elaborate critique of Jean Jacques Rousseau thoughts on Early Childhood Education?

  CHAPTER FIVE PHILOSOPHERS AND THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS TO ECDE 5a iii). Provide an elaborate critique of Jean Jacques Rousseau thoughts on Early Childhood Education. 5.5 JEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU He was born in 1712 in Switzerland. He was a writer and naturalist. He believed that teachers should understand the nature of children so that they can … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Can you provide an elaborate critique of Jean Jacques Rousseau thoughts on Early Childhood Education?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Could you describe some of the existentential differences between Rousseau’s and Pestalozzi’s Early Childhood Education?

CHAPTER FIVE PHILOSOPHERS AND THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS TO ECDE (Early Childhood Development Education) 5a ii).  Describe some of the existent differences between Rousseau’s and Pestalozzi’s Early Childhood Education? Differences between Rousseau’s and Pestalozzi’s ECE (Early Childhood Education) Rousseau’s never advocated for infant’s education while Pestalozzi did. Rousseau advocated for complete freedom of the child while Pestalozzi … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Could you describe some of the existentential differences between Rousseau’s and Pestalozzi’s Early Childhood Education?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Could you examine how various philosophers impacted Early Childhood Development and Education?

CHAPTER FIVE PHILOSOPHERS AND THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS TO ECDE (Early Childhood Development and Education) 5a i). Explain the outlook of various philosophers and how they have impacted Early Childhood Development and Education. 5.1 Introduction In the previous lesson, we have learned about the branches of philosophy. In this lecture, we are going to learn about different … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Could you examine how various philosophers impacted Early Childhood Development and Education?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What is the role played by aesthetics and art in teaching?

CHAPTER FOUR BRANCHES OF PHILOSOPHY 4b i). State the place of aesthetics and art in teaching. 4.5 Aesthetics (Ideal Beauty) What is aesthetics? It is the study of beauty or art.  What is art? Art is a recreation of reality. Art is everything. What is the purpose of art? Its purpose is to concretize an … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What is the role played by aesthetics and art in teaching?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: How can we develop children’s morals in the classroom?

CHAPTER FOUR BRANCHES OF PHILOSOPHY 4a iv). State several methodologies that can be followed to ensure that children develop good morals in the classroom. Development of Morals How can we develop children’s morals? Telling children what they should do and not do. Children should be told not only what they should not do but also … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: How can we develop children’s morals in the classroom?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What is ethics?

CHAPTER FOUR BRANCHES OF PHILOSOPHY 4a iii). Discuss the concept of ethics in the context of the teaching-learning environment today. 4.4 ETHICS (IDEAL CONDUCT)      What is ethics? The word ethics is derived from a Greek Word ‘Ethikos’ meaning a custom or habit. Thus ethics is the study of values and customs of people in a … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What is ethics?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What is the meaning of knowledge in the context of philosophy in the teaching environment?

   CHAPTER FOUR BRANCHES OF PHILOSOPHY 4a ii). Critically analyze the meaning of knowledge in the context of philosophy in the teaching environment. What is knowledge? Knowledge is justified true belief. Information must meet the following three conditions to qualify to be called knowledge. The conditions are: Belief conditions. Belief is a conviction or psychological … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What is the meaning of knowledge in the context of philosophy in the teaching environment?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What are some of the various branches of philosophy?

CHAPTER FOUR BRANCHES OF PHILOSOPHY 4a i). Describe some of the various branches of philosophy. 4.1 Introduction In chapter one, we learned that philosophy is a system of beliefs about reality and one’s view of the world.  Philosophy enables man to understand the world and the truth. The branches of philosophy are: Metaphysics (study of … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What are some of the various branches of philosophy?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What relationship that exists between philosophy and education?

CHAPTER  THREE CATEGORIES OF PHILOSOPHIES 3b iii). Describe the relationship that exists between philosophy and education 3.10 Relationship between philosophy and education. According to Dewey philosophy is the theory of education. The relationship between philosophy and education may be analyzed as follows: Philosophy is the foundation to decide the goals of life, while education equips … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What relationship that exists between philosophy and education?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: How philosophy impacts discipline in the teaching-learning environment?

CHAPTER  THREE CATEGORIES OF PHILOSOPHIES 3b ii). Discuss how philosophy impacts discipline in the teaching-learning environment 3.9 Philosophy and discipline.     Philosophy determines the nature and form of discipline.    (a)Idealism and Discipline.      Idealism recommends the following forms of discipline: Restricted freedom to the child. Idealist belief that their can not be spiritual development without discipline. Importance … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: How philosophy impacts discipline in the teaching-learning environment?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Does a relationship exist between a teacher and philosophy?

CHAPTER  THREE CATEGORIES OF PHILOSOPHIES 3b i). Conceptualize the pre-existing relationship between the teacher and philosophy 3.8 Philosophy and the Teacher Philosophy has great influence on the teacher and regards every teacher a philosopher. Different philosophies describe a teacher for children in different ways. (a) Idealism and the teacher. An idealist teacher is a man … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Does a relationship exist between a teacher and philosophy?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What are some of the philosophies and methods of teaching?

CHAPTER  THREE CATEGORIES OF PHILOSOPHIES 3a iv). Analyze the philosophies and methods of teaching 3.7 Philosophy and Methods of Teaching Philosophy also influences methods of teaching. Philosophy determines the methods of teaching. Different philosophical approaches recommends different methods of teaching. a. Methods of teaching recommended by Idealism. Some of the methods recommended by idealism are: … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What are some of the philosophies and methods of teaching?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What interrelationship exists between Philosophy and the Curriculum?

CHAPTER  THREE CATEGORIES OF PHILOSOPHIES 3a iii). Describe the interrelationship that exists between Philosophy and the Curriculum Philosophy and Curriculum. Curriculum is the design of education. Through it, the designed behavioral changes are sought to be achieved to attain the goals in life and aims of education. It is the philosophy which decides why a … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What interrelationship exists between Philosophy and the Curriculum?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Can you examine some of the aims of education according to different philosophies?

CHAPTER  THREE CATEGORIES OF PHILOSOPHIES 3a ii). Define the Aims of education according to different philosophies: 3.5 Philosophy and Targets Education. Statements of aims, goals and objectives are not created in a vacuum. Philosophy influences or determines the aims goals and objectives of education of a country’s system of education. The philosophy advocated by a country … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Can you examine some of the aims of education according to different philosophies?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What does the concept of monism mean?

CHAPTER  THREE CATEGORIES OF PHILOSOPHIES 3a i). Analyze the concept of monism 3.1 Introduction In this lecture, we are going to learn about categories of philosophies and how they influence aims of education and other important aspects of education. 3.2 Unit Objectives By the end this lecture you should be able to: State the categories … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What does the concept of monism mean?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Can you explain the Kenya’s philosophy of education?

CHAPTER TWO NATIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY 2a ii).Explain Kenya’s philosophy of education Kenya’s philosophy of education The philosophy of education in Kenya is based on our national philosophy. Educational philosophy appreciates the rationale underlying the objectives emanating from the national philosophy to seek the ultimate reasons that justify the practice of education. The translation of national … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: Can you explain the Kenya’s philosophy of education?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What impact does national and educational philosophy bear on teaching in Kenya?

2a i). Discuss the concept of national and educational philosophy in the Kenyan context. CHAPTER TWO NATIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY 2.1 Introduction In this unit, we are going to learn about our country’s national philosophy and educational philosophy which lays the foundation of our education. National philosophy influences educational philosophy and determines a country’s system … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What impact does national and educational philosophy bear on teaching in Kenya?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What do we mean by the terms “curriculum”,  “philosophy” and “foundation” ?

CHAPTER ONE DEFINITION OF TERMS 1a iii). Define the terms “curriculum”,  “philosophy” and “foundation” Curriculum Cunningham (1888) says, “Curriculum is a tool in the hands of artist (teacher) to mould his material (pupil) according to his ideals (aims, goals and objectives) in his studio (school). Saylor (1988) says that curriculum is “A plan for providing … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What do we mean by the terms “curriculum”,  “philosophy” and “foundation” ?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What are National goals of education in Kenya?

CHAPTER ONE DEFINITION OF TERMS 1a ii).  Analyze National goals of education in Kenya National goals of education in Kenya Goals of education describe what is to be achieved through education by educational institutions, for example, to unite all Kenyans and develop Kenya. This means that all educational institutions starting from pre-primary schools should work towards … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What are National goals of education in Kenya?

PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What are some of the objectives, goals, and aims of education?

CHAPTER ONE DEFINITION OF TERMS 1a i). Examine the objectives, goals, aims of education. Introduction In this unit we shall define important terms used in this module to make understanding easy. Unit Objectives By the end of this lecture you should be able to: Define education Define aims List examples of aims Define goals Give … More PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: What are some of the objectives, goals, and aims of education?

Michael Flynn Academy Day One: The Fear of Failure and my 100% Failure Hypothesis

The Fear of Failure and my 100% Failure Hypothesis The Fear of Failure “Failure simply means that you are trying” this was a quote uttered by one of the most inspirational persons I have had the pleasure of interacting with Mr. Michael Flynn. He spoke with immense conviction and belief you would think him insane … More Michael Flynn Academy Day One: The Fear of Failure and my 100% Failure Hypothesis

Curriculum Development: What is the role played by currency in curriculum innovation?

CHAPTER NINE CURRICULUM INNOVATION 9 b i). Examine the role played by currency in curriculum innovation. The Appeal for the Shilling A second fundamental force which has affected curriculum change in Kenya has been the strong appeal which money has for curriculum makers. People are always in need of funds to do what they have … More Curriculum Development: What is the role played by currency in curriculum innovation?

Curriculum Development: What are some of the forces which affect the curriculum innovation in Kenya?

CHAPTER NINE CURRICULUM INNOVATION 9a iv). Provide some of the forces which affect the curriculum innovation in Kenya Forces Affecting Curriculum Innovation in Kenya People who develop curriculum are faced with a lot of issues to wrestle with. Some of these affect curriculum changes. In this lecture, we shall refer to these issues as forces … More Curriculum Development: What are some of the forces which affect the curriculum innovation in Kenya?

Curriculum Development: What are some of the criticisms for the new mathematics programme?

CHAPTER NINE CURRICULUM INNOVATION 9a iii). Provide potent criticisms for the new mathematics programme Criticism of New Mathematics Programme In many countries, the new mathematics has provided a field day for cartoonists, monologists, and polemicists. Some of the criticisms have been insightful while others have been penetrating. It is worth mentioning that several people in … More Curriculum Development: What are some of the criticisms for the new mathematics programme?

Curriculum Development: Can you Scrutinize the various curriculum innovations in Kenya?

CHAPTER NINE CURRICULUM INNOVATION 9a ii). Scrutinize the various curriculum innovations in Kenya Curriculum Innovations in Kenya New Primary Approach (NPA) The New Primary Approach was an innovation in the teaching of English in Primary Schools. The programme was initiated as a result of poor performance among the Asian and African children in Kenya. Plans … More Curriculum Development: Can you Scrutinize the various curriculum innovations in Kenya?

Curriculum Development: What is the conception of curriculum innovation in the Kenyan context?

CHAPTER NINE CURRICULUM INNOVATION 9 a i). Discuss the aspect of curriculum innovation in the Kenyan context. CURRICULUM INNOVATION Issues and changes in curriculum are many. In recent years we have a seen wide range of innovation s emerge in education. the efforts of the innovations for the innovations are designed to improve the quality … More Curriculum Development: What is the conception of curriculum innovation in the Kenyan context?

Curriculum Development: What are some of the phases of curriculum evaluation?

CHAPTER EIGHT CURRICULUM EVALUATION 8c ii). Examine some of the phases of curriculum evaluation In Kenya the task of evaluating the curriculum in schools is carried out into phases:- Formative Evaluation Phase Summative Evaluation Phase In all the two phases different personnel are involved. Let us examine the role of each personnel in curriculum evaluation. … More Curriculum Development: What are some of the phases of curriculum evaluation?

Curriculum Development: What are some of the processes of gathering Evaluation Data?

CHAPTER EIGHT CURRICULUM EVALUATION Gathering Evaluation Data 8c i). Examine the process of gathering Evaluation Data Sources of data for curriculum evaluation are numerous. For the purposes of our study, we shall divide them into two categories. Teacher – made-tests and examination’s Other informal devices Teacher-Made-Tests and Examinations Established procedures for collecting data for curriculum … More Curriculum Development: What are some of the processes of gathering Evaluation Data?

Curriculum Development: Are you able to draw a comparison in terms of similarity and differences between instructional and curriculum evaluation?

CHAPTER EIGHT CURRICULUM EVALUATION 8b iv). Draw a comparison in terms of similarity and differences between instructional and curriculum evaluation. Difference Between Instructional and Curriculum Evaluation Instructional and curriculum evaluation are not the same. The instructional process may be very effective whereas the curriculum may be out of order. Instructional evaluation may reveal that the … More Curriculum Development: Are you able to draw a comparison in terms of similarity and differences between instructional and curriculum evaluation?

Curriculum Development: What purpose does evaluation serve in the teaching process?

CHAPTER EIGHT CURRICULUM EVALUATION 8b iii). Explain the purpose evaluation serves in the teaching process? Purpose for Evaluation Evaluation has a lot of purposes for both schools and public. Some of these purposes are identified as follows: Evaluation as a Basis for Student Records by Teachers Many educational authorities require that teachers submit marks or … More Curriculum Development: What purpose does evaluation serve in the teaching process?

Curriculum Development: What is the difference between evaluation and measurement?

CHAPTER EIGHT CURRICULUM EVALUATION 8b ii). Assess the difference between evaluation and measurement? Measurement and Evaluation Confusion usually arises in the use of the terms measurement, testing and evaluation. Let us define each one of the these terms. Measurement and Testing Measurement is the means of determining the degree of achievement of a particular objective or … More Curriculum Development: What is the difference between evaluation and measurement?

Curriculum Development: What are some of the principles of Instructional Evaluation?

CHAPTER EIGHT CURRICULUM EVALUATION 8b i).  Critically analyze some of the principles of Instructional Evaluation Principles of Instructional Evaluation Instructional Evaluation should be used on the following criteria by which worth is determined. Consistency with Objectives Evaluation should be used to measure what is indicated in curriculum objectives of a course programme R. Tyler (1950) … More Curriculum Development: What are some of the principles of Instructional Evaluation?

Curriculum Development: Which is the role played by evaluation in  the school Curriculum?

CHAPTER EIGHT CURRICULUM EVALUATION 8a iv). Analyze the role of evaluation in  the school Curriculum Role of Evaluation in Curriculum Evaluation entails not a single study but also a series of sub-studies, performed at the various stages of curriculum development process. The main aim of curriculum evaluation is to collect descriptive information about an educational … More Curriculum Development: Which is the role played by evaluation in  the school Curriculum?

Curriculum Development: Which are the various phases of evaluation?

  8a iii). Dissect the various phases of evaluation. CHAPTER EIGHT CURRICULUM EVALUATION Phases of Evaluation There are three phases of evaluation which every teacher needs to know. Pre-assessment Formative Evaluation Summative Evaluation These terms are technical words to differentiate evaluation that takes place before instruction (pre-assessment), during instruction (formative), and after instruction (summative). Pre-assessment … More Curriculum Development: Which are the various phases of evaluation?

Curriculum Development: What are some of the purposes of Curriculum Evaluation?

8a ii). Describe some of the purposes of Curriculum Evaluation CHAPTER EIGHT CURRICULUM EVALUATION Purposes of Curriculum Evaluation Evaluation has many purposes; it can be used in the following ways. 1. Evaluation as a basis for school marks or grades by teachers Educational systems require that teachers occasionally submit marks or grades on students. These … More Curriculum Development: What are some of the purposes of Curriculum Evaluation?

Curriculum Development: What is the place of evaluation in curriculum development?

8a i). Examine the place of evaluation in curriculum development CHAPTER EIGHT CURRICULUM EVALUATION CURRICULUM EVALUATION Let us start this lecture by defining the term evaluation. We shall then discuss reasons why evaluation is undertaken. Phases of curriculum evaluation will be examined briefly since they are covered in details in another lecture. You are advised … More Curriculum Development: What is the place of evaluation in curriculum development?

Curriculum Development: What bearing does the concept of Teacher Education have in the resultant teaching practices?

7b iii). Analyze the concept of Teacher Education in Kenya CHAPTER SEVEN CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION Promotion Status Many teachers in this country have been promoted from one grade to another after undergoing an in-service education programme. For instance, pre-service teachers who were initially trained as P1 have participated in a one-year in-service education course to prepare … More Curriculum Development: What bearing does the concept of Teacher Education have in the resultant teaching practices?

Curriculum Development: What does the concept of inservice education in the teaching-learning environment entail?

7b ii). Examine the concept of in-service education in the teaching-learning environment. CHAPTER SEVEN CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION Acquisition of New Knowledge For many years educational administrators in this country thought that only primary school teachers needed In-service education because they were not well academically prepared. Graduate teachers and others involved in teaching secondary schools and college … More Curriculum Development: What does the concept of inservice education in the teaching-learning environment entail?

Curriculum Development: What is the perception of in-service teacher education in our society today?

7b i). Analyze the perception of in-service teacher education in our society today. CHAPTER SEVEN CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION In service Teacher Education In-service education is not a new term in our educational system. The term has been used in many ways to refer to almost the same things in education. In this lecture we shall attempt to … More Curriculum Development: What is the perception of in-service teacher education in our society today?

Curriculum Development: How was the teacher education curriculum organized in Kenya?

7a iv). Analyze how the teacher education curriculum was organized in Kenya CHAPTER SEVEN CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION Organization of Teacher Education Curriculum How was Teacher Education Curriculum Organized in the Period Discussed? The initial curriculum in primary teacher education is organized around 14 subject areas. This  organization  has  not  changed  much  in  the  present  period. The … More Curriculum Development: How was the teacher education curriculum organized in Kenya?

Curriculum Development: How was Teacher Education Curriculum Organized?

7a iii). Examine the Teacher Education Curriculum and how it was organized. CHAPTER SEVEN CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION Primary Teacher Education Curriculum Teacher education curriculum has undergone a lot of transformation. A brief history may help us to follow this transformation. Prior to 1974, Primary Teachers Colleges in Kenya enjoyed some form of autonomy to suit their … More Curriculum Development: How was Teacher Education Curriculum Organized?

Curriculum Development: What are some of the goals of primary teacher education?

7a ii). Discuss some of the goals of primary teacher education CHAPTER SEVEN CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION Pre-Service Teacher Education Primary Goals of primary teacher education as contained in various government documents are as follows: To develop the basic theoretical and practical knowledge about the teaching professions so that the teachers’ attitude and ability can be turned towards … More Curriculum Development: What are some of the goals of primary teacher education?

Curriculum Development: Who is a professional teacher? What are some of the qualities a professional teacher possesses?

7a i).  Examine who a professional teacher is and some of the qualities a professional teacher possesses? CHAPTER SEVEN CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION Professional Teacher Let us briefly examine how professional teachers came about. First, lets answer the question: Activity 25 Who is a professional teacher? Professionals are the trained people in the art of teaching. They … More Curriculum Development: Who is a professional teacher? What are some of the qualities a professional teacher possesses?

Curriculum Development: Can you analyze the position of teaching and teacher education in our society today?

    6a iv). Analyze the position of teaching and teacher education in our society today? CHAPTER SIX CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION TEACHER EDUCATION In this  section, we shall also discuss the origin of professional teachers. Finally we shall examine some of the important qualities which are expected of a good teacher. These qualities are not exhaustive, you … More Curriculum Development: Can you analyze the position of teaching and teacher education in our society today?

Curriculum Development: What role does the community play in the implementation of the 8-4-4 curriculum in Kenya?

  CHAPTER SIX CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION 6a iii). Discuss the role the community plays in the implementation of the 8-4-4 curriculum in Kenya. Voluntary Agencies as Curriculum Implementers In the African context, the curriculum for basic education can no longer be conceived as the sole responsibility of professional educators. This is particularly true in the implementation … More Curriculum Development: What role does the community play in the implementation of the 8-4-4 curriculum in Kenya?

Curriculum Development: Can you analyze the process of  curriculum implementation and some of its primary agents in the teaching environment?

CHAPTER SIX CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION 6a ii). Analyze the process of  curriculum implementation and some of its primary agents in the teaching environment Primary Task of Implementation Setting up the major steps in the implementation system (outline of the process). Reviewing of existing system and noting the existing networks and places where new networks are required. … More Curriculum Development: Can you analyze the process of  curriculum implementation and some of its primary agents in the teaching environment?

Curriculum Development: What are some of the various processes and sub processes of curriculum implementation?

CHAPTER SIX CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION 6a i).Highlight some of the various processes and sub processes of curriculum implementation. CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION Curriculum implementation is the systematic process of ensuring that the new curriculum reach the intended consumers; learners and teachers, parents AND society without delay or deviation. It also involves making the new curriculum and the accompanying … More Curriculum Development: What are some of the various processes and sub processes of curriculum implementation?

Curriculum Development: What is the place of Activity-Experiencd Design in teaching today?

CHAPTER FIVE CURRICULUM DESIGN 5b iv). Highlight the concept of Activity-Experienced Design in today’s teaching environment. Activity-Experienced Design This type of design is one form of the learner-centered design. It originated in eighteenth- century in Europe. The design became popular in American public schools during the progressive movement in the 1920’s and 1930’s. It was … More Curriculum Development: What is the place of Activity-Experiencd Design in teaching today?

Curriculum Development: What are the various types of core curriculum design?

CHAPTER FIVE CURRICULUM DESIGN 5b iii). Describe the various types of core curriculum design Types of Core Curriculum Design Many types of core-curriculum design are recognized in the literature on education. Most of these designs tend to appear like the other designs discussed elsewhere in this literature. If you can look back at the characteristics … More Curriculum Development: What are the various types of core curriculum design?

Curriculum Development: What do we mean by the term “Core Curriculum Design”? What are some of its characteristics?

  CHAPTER FIVE CURRICULUM DESIGN 5b ii).  In your own words, state what the concept core-curriculum means. State three characteristics of a core-curriculum design Write three examples of core-curriculum designs. If you can, give examples from the school where you teach. Core Curriculum Design The concept core-curriculum is used to refer to areas of study … More Curriculum Development: What do we mean by the term “Core Curriculum Design”? What are some of its characteristics?

Curriculum Development: Are you able to evaluate the Learner Centered Designs its advantages and shortcomings and its efficacy in the teaching-learning environment today?

CHAPTER FIVE CURRICULUM DESIGN 5b i). Evaluate the LearnerCenteredd Designs its advantages and shortcomings and its efficacy in the teaching-learning environment today. Learner Centred Design The curriculum designs, which come under the name learner-centered, may take various forms. Some curriculum experts refer to them as child-centered or individualized approaches. It is the curriculum planners who … More Curriculum Development: Are you able to evaluate the Learner Centered Designs its advantages and shortcomings and its efficacy in the teaching-learning environment today?

Curriculum Development: What are some of the advantages and criticisms of the broad fields of design?

CHAPTER FIVE CURRICULUM DESIGN 5a iv). List some of the advantages and criticisms of the broad fields of design. Advantage of Broad Fields Design The advocates of broad-fields design argue that; It is based on separate subjects, so it provides for an orderly and systematic exposure to the cultural heritage. It integrates separate subjects into … More Curriculum Development: What are some of the advantages and criticisms of the broad fields of design?

Curriculum Development: Analyzing the concept of Broad Fields Curriculum Design. 

CHAPTER FIVE CURRICULUM DESIGN 5a iii). Analyze the concept of Broad Fields Curriculum Design Broad Fields Curriculum Design Broad-fields curriculum design is generally considered to be expanded version of the idea of fusion. In this approach, two, three or more subjects are unified into one broad-course of study. This organization is actually a system of … More Curriculum Development: Analyzing the concept of Broad Fields Curriculum Design. 

Curriculum Development:What are some of the advantages of Subject-Centered Design?

  CHAPTER FIVE CURRICULUM DESIGN 5a ii). Discuss the advantages of Subject-Centered Design. Subject-Centered Design Advantages It is possible and desirable to determine in advance what all children will learn in various subjects and grades (classes). For instance syllabus for all schools in Kenya are prepared and approved centrally at the K.I.E for Ministry of Education … More Curriculum Development:What are some of the advantages of Subject-Centered Design?

Curriculum Development: Subject-centered design in relation to curriculum design.

CHAPTER FIVE CURRICULUM DESIGN 5a i). Discuss subject-centered design in relation to curriculum design. CURRICULUM DESIGN The concept curriculum design is used in educational literature to refer to the organization of the components of curriculum element. Some people refer to curriculum organizations when they are actually talking of curriculum patterns when they mean curriculum organizations … More Curriculum Development: Subject-centered design in relation to curriculum design.

Curriculum Development: Do you know of the varied concepts of Taxonomic Levels?

CHAPTER FOUR AIMS, GOALS, AND OBJECTIVES OF CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 4a iv).  Explore the concept of Taxonomic Levels Taxonomic Levels Classification of educational objectives was introduced for the first time by an American Educationist. In his book “Taxonomy of Educational Objective,” Benjamin  Bloom (1956) identified three levels of taxonomies, though the third level is not a … More Curriculum Development: Do you know of the varied concepts of Taxonomic Levels?

Curriculum Development: What are some of the Instructional Goals of education?

CHAPTER FOUR AIMS, GOALS, AND OBJECTIVES OF CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 4a iii).Examine the concept of Instructional Goals. Definition of Instructional Goals An instructional goal is defined as a statement of performance expected of each student in a class phrased in general terms without criteria of achievement. Sometimes the term instructional goals is used to refer to … More Curriculum Development: What are some of the Instructional Goals of education?

Curriculum Development: What do we mean by Curriculum Goals? Can you Identify some of the curriculum goals in the 1985, K.C.E syllabus and regulations?

CHAPTER FOUR AIMS, GOALS, AND OBJECTIVES OF CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 4a ii). Identify curriculum goals in the 1985, K.C.E syllabus and regulations. Definition of Goals Goals and objectives are categorized at two levels. The first is defining goals and objectives at the curriculum level. The second one is defining them at the instructional level. Teachers and people … More Curriculum Development: What do we mean by Curriculum Goals? Can you Identify some of the curriculum goals in the 1985, K.C.E syllabus and regulations?

Curriculum Development: What are some of the curriculum goals in the 1985 KCE syllabus and regulations?

CHAPTER FOUR AIMS, GOALS, AND OBJECTIVES OF CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 4 a i). (First on list of proper numbering)  Identify curriculum goals in the 1985, K.C.E syllabus and regulations. In some educational literature, the terms educational goals, objectives and aims are used to mean different things together. Some people view educational goals and objectives as curriculum … More Curriculum Development: What are some of the curriculum goals in the 1985 KCE syllabus and regulations?

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: What was the historical impact of the Christian Period to curriculum development in Africa?

CHAPTER THREE: FOUNDATIONS OF CURRICULUM 3 c i).Examine the historical impact of the Christian Period to curriculum development in Africa. Christian Period: During the Roman period two religious forces emerged by Jews and Arabs. Christianity which introduced the Bible and catechism for spiritual education, Christianity also paid tribute to the teaching of Jesus Christ and … More CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: What was the historical impact of the Christian Period to curriculum development in Africa?

Curriculum Development: What are the professional foundations of a Curriculum?

CHAPTER THREE FOUNDATIONS OF CURRICULUM 3b iv). List the various professional foundations of a curriculum. Professional Foundation of Curriculum Focus: This unit focuses on: Professionals Role Models Role of Professionals Characteristics of Professionals Teaching Authority Teaching Profession and Efficiency Teacher as a Researcher Roles of a Teacher Methods of Teaching and Learning Some Selected Methods … More Curriculum Development: What are the professional foundations of a Curriculum?

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT:What are some of the varied sociological foundations of a curriculum?

CHAPTER THREE FOUNDATIONS OF CURRICULUM 3b iii).  Conceptualize the varied sociological foundations of a curriculum. Sociological Foundation of Curriculum  This unit addresses the following areas: Application of the terms: Curriculum, Education, Schooling and Moral Development the sa How do you describe the rate and direction of change in a social setting? What knowledge is most … More CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT:What are some of the varied sociological foundations of a curriculum?

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: What are the psychological foundations  of the curriculum?

CHAPTER THREE: FOUNDATIONS OF CURRICULUM 3b  ii). Discuss the psychological foundations  of  the curriculum Psychological Foundation of Curriculum Focus: This unit focuses on: Definition of terms: Behaviorism, Cognitive Development and Gestalt Theory as learning theories. Study how the various steps of psychology are solving, teaching and learning in learning. How to use the term ‘Creativity” and … More CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: What are the psychological foundations  of the curriculum?

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: Are you able to identify some of the beliefs concerning values, which are held by educators who belong to the school of essentialism?

CHAPTER THREE: FOUNDATIONS OF CURRICULUM 3b i). Identify some of the beliefs concerning values, which are held by educators who belong to the school of essentialism Essentialism Historically, essentialism and progressivism have succeeded in commanding education in the western world. But essentialism is the more powerful than the progressivism. It was only in the early … More CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: Are you able to identify some of the beliefs concerning values, which are held by educators who belong to the school of essentialism?

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: Historical foundations of the curriculum.

CHAPTER THREE: FOUNDATIONS OF CURRICULUM 3a iv). Expostulate the historical foundations of the curriculum. Historical Foundation of Curriculum This topic deals with past events, which have led to present trends of education. By analyzing past periods of curriculum, it is possible to view and review the needed curriculum in terms of current and future education … More CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: Historical foundations of the curriculum.

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: Can you present the perspective of philosophy in relation to the schooling paradigm?

CHAPTER THREE: FOUNDATIONS OF CURRICULUM 3a iii). Present the perspective of philosophy in relation to the schooling paradigm. Tyler’s (1949) view of philosophy in relation to school purposes is based on five criteria for selecting educational purposes We shall examine four major schools of philosophy, which have guided the writing, organizing and designing of school … More CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: Can you present the perspective of philosophy in relation to the schooling paradigm?

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: What impact have the two philosophical schools of thought of reconstructionism and prerennialism had on modern teaching today?

CHAPTER THREE: FOUNDATIONS OF CURRICULUM 3 a ii). Analyze the two philosophical schools of thought of reconstructionism and prerennialism and their impact on modern teaching today. Reconstructionism Reconstructionism is a philosophical school of thought that broke off from the progressive movement because of unresolved problems of democracy when they wanted to rebuild the social order. … More CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: What impact have the two philosophical schools of thought of reconstructionism and prerennialism had on modern teaching today?

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: Can you comment on the varied complexities of the various foundations of curriculum?

CHAPTER THREE: FOUNDATIONS OF CURRICULUM 3a i). Analyze the complexities of the various foundations of curriculum FOUNDATIONS OF CURRICULUM This section provides studies on foundations of curriculum. The cordinal principle in foundations of curriculum is that in a democratic society such as Kenya, education should develop in an individual knowledge, attitudes, skills and powers whereby … More CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: Can you comment on the varied complexities of the various foundations of curriculum?

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: What is the role of piloting in developing a concise and comprehensive curriculum?

CHAPTER TWO CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT PROCESS 2 b i). Discuss the role of piloting in developing a concise and comprehensive curriculum Try out/Piloting The curriculum materials and equipment should be tried out, in sample schools, feedback obtained and used to revise the curriculum materials during equipment. By trying out curriculum it is easy to identify and correct … More CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: What is the role of piloting in developing a concise and comprehensive curriculum?

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: What is the place of implementation of the curriculum in the teaching-learning process?

CHAPTER TWO CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT PROCESS 2a iv). Examine the place of implementation of the curriculum in the teaching-learning process. Implementation Implementation of the new curriculum should only be attempted by the institutions (schools) in which the right conditions prevail. These are the schools and colleges for which satisfactory arrangements can be made for inservicing of … More CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: What is the place of implementation of the curriculum in the teaching-learning process?

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: What are some of the varied criteria for the selection of curriculum content?

CHAPTER TWO CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT PROCESS 2 a iii). Conceptualize some of the varied criteria for the selection of curriculum content. Programme Building The team tackles the questions such as these: What are we going to teach in schools to various grades of pupils? From what subject matters shall the content be selected? How shall learning … More CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: What are some of the varied criteria for the selection of curriculum content?

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: Are you able to highlight some of the important factors to consider when embarking on the perambulation that is the curriculum development process?

CHAPTER TWO CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT PROCESS 2 a ii).  Highlight some of the important factors to consider when embarking on the perambulation that is the curriculum development process. Objectives of Curriculum Development Process At the end of this unit you should be able to: Explain the meaning of curriculum Describe the curriculum development process Identify the … More CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: Are you able to highlight some of the important factors to consider when embarking on the perambulation that is the curriculum development process?

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: What do we mean by the term “Curriculum Development”?

CHAPTER TWO CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT PROCESS 2 a i). Analyze the role played by education and curriculum in the teaching process CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT PROCESS A process is the flow of an activity from the initial stage to the end stage without repetition. Curriculum process undergoes systematic stages of development. Purpose of Education and Curriculum The main purpose … More CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: What do we mean by the term “Curriculum Development”?