The organizational chart of the school shows the rank-and-file of school personnel. What curriculum approach is represented?
A. The systems approach gives top priority to making sure that all elements of the curriculum process including the school personnel and other stakeholders, perform their functions in contribution to the success of the entire instructional endeavor.
Which approach sets the principal as the curriculum and instructional leader at the same time?
B. In managerial approach, the curriculum – where the principal plays both roles of curriculum and instructional leader – is characterized as business-like, where premium is put on ascertaining the smooth and systematic flow of the process of curriculum implementation.
Which curriculum design model is anchored on the needs of the learner?
A. Humanistic design
B. Broad-field design
C. Life-situations design
D. Core design
A. The Humanistic curriculum design model focuses on the self-actualization of the learner.
Whose curriculum model stresses the involvement of teachers in its development?
C. Taba asserted that since teachers are the frontliners of curriculum delivery and that they know best the specific needs of the classroom, it is imperative that they are part of the curriculum development process.
In Stuffiebeam’s model, the learners and the teachers are part of what?
C. In the CIPP model, the first P – process – refers to all interactions between the teacher and the learners.
Which of the following elements of the curriculum includes the quality and effectiveness of a curriculum?
B. learning experiences
C. Evaluation means making value-judgement about how well the curriculum is able to achieve its objectives, that is, how effective the curriculum is.
Which of the following elements of the curriculum includes instructional strategies put into action?
B. learning experiences
B. Learning experiences are all interactions between the teacher and the learner, made possible through careful planning, selection, and organization of teaching methods and strategies.
A student will value his learning if the content is meaningful to him. Which curriculum criterion is considered?
C. When the content is meaningful – the students are able to relate to the content -his/her interest in the topic is stimulated.
What elements of the curriculum offers the basis for the selection of learning content?
A. Learning experiences
B. All elements of any curriculum are based on particular set of objectives.
Mike delivers his lessons based on a curriculum that is part of school and district documents. What type of curriculum did he use?
D. The term written curriculum refers literally to important documents pertaining to the curriculum.