Curriculum Development

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Abstract Education enables the individuals to enhance skills, efficiency and productivity in his/her profession. To attain the development goal of education, the education should be planned and implemented in tune with the desired objectives. Curriculum design acts as a means to achieve the goals of education. In the contemporary education constructive theories of education accommodate and assimilate the demands of the changing world. Introduction Curriculum is a broad concept and it consists of the totality of experiences that the learners receive. The paradigm shift from the teacher autonomy towards the leaner centeredness necessitates a student centric curriculum. This shift from the behaviouristic approach to constructivist mode lays emphasis…show more content…
In the developmental process of education curriculum is the input that provides a direction to that process. As a plan for guiding the process of education it has certain components like objectives, content, strategies and evaluation. As such a curriculum construction has to ensure adequate infrastructural and instructional facilities both in quality and quantity. Learner centred approach opens myriad avenues for learners to attain and create knowledge and information. This paper is an attempt to pronounce the various aspects, principles, norms and strategies of curriculum development for student centred learning. For strengthening the competency of the learner in the present global scenario, academicians insist Language Across Curriculum and Critical Understating of…show more content…
Identification of the major skills needed for the 21st century. Critical understanding of ICT---It is an umbrella term that includes any communication device or application, encompassing radio, television, cellular phone, computer and network hardware and software, satellite systems and so on ,as well as the various services and applications associated with them, such as videoconferencing and distance learning. Other related items in ICT are 1. Digital Labor: work performed by Robotic Automation technology 2. Executive Leadership which involves IT service management, design, delivery, management and continuous improvement of IT services that meet business. 4. CMI :Computer Managed Instruction-Designates a system which uses the computer to help the teacher administer and guide the instructional process .The major features of CMI are Diagnosis and Testing, Analysis, Record Keeping and Prescription. 5. CAI: Computer Assisted Instruction .It is an interactive instructional technique where by a computer is used to present the instructional materials and monitor the learning that takesplace.CAI uses a combination of text, graphics, sound and video in enhancing the learning process. 6. E-Learning: It was first called Internet Based Training, then Web Based Training. It is Electronic learning .Learning via electronic media, typically on the

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