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Table 2: Principals and Teachers Mean Responses of Actions of School Leaders in implementation of curriculum reforms. Curriculum implementation involves several phases and steps. parents and the community at large. 0000003338 00000 n This chapter (cf. Hardware types Physical development and material acquisition 2. The task of curriculum diffusion is to transmit culture. 0000033191 00000 n No meaningful teaching and learning takes place without adequate resource materials. dimensions of curriculum concept. Data were generated by means of open-ended interview questions and documents review to provide a rich description and explanation of what challenges school stakeholders (SMT and teachers) face in managing the curriculum implementation in their particular contexts. entrepreneurship curriculum system at home and abroad, and constructed the implementation path of innovation and entrepreneurship curriculum system. psychomotor development of the learner in (Aneke, 2016, & Akundolu in Eya 2012). 0 Software types - Content and delivery changes fForms of Curriculum Change 1. levels of the curriculum implementation process. programme through planning, this will facilitate smooth implementation of the curriculum. of the Implementation of a Curriculum Innovation: A Study of Using IT for Teaching and Learning among Vocational Education Teachers Alfred KOO PhD eLearning Forum Asia 2013 Vocational Training Council, Hong Kong . of the Implementation of a Curriculum Innovation: A Study of Using IT for Teaching and Learning among Vocational Education Teachers Alfred KOO PhD eLearning Forum Asia 2013 Vocational Training Council, Hong Kong . 0000045356 00000 n What is Curriculum Innovation? that can be used in the teaching and learning of History include It is normal to discuss curriculum matters, and especially curriculum implementation, without considering the complexities concerned. constitute a big challenge to the teacher as a curriculum implementer. The new curriculum (cf. organisational structure are adjusted to operationalize the change. 1.3.2) examines aspects of the management process at micro level that will ensure the effective implementation of the new curriculum. What is Curriculum Implementation? Key terms: curriculum development, innovation, higher education, curriculum change BACKGROUND Higher education curriculum around the world is witnessing a significant shift in its expectations to help address immediate and longer-term sustainable development challenges. Diagram 1 Diagram 1 illustrates how the components of the curriculum development process relate to one another. Teaching and learning activities actively reflect on society's needs in each stage of the curriculum development process. xref FACTORS INFLUENCING IMPLEMENTATION OF CURRICULUM IN PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN UKWALA DIVISION OF SIAYA COUNTY, KENYA Omondi Martin Patius A Research Project Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Education in Curriculum Studies University of Nairobi 2014 . DISCIPLINE, (4) PARENT RELATIONS, (5) ROUTINES AND MATERIALS, (6) PERSONAL (MOSTLY LACK OF SELF-CONFIDENCE). Consequently, teacher’s attitudes, feelings and perceptions should not be devalued before the launching of any innovation. field of study. (Mkpa and Izuagba (2009) in Obilo and Sangoleye (2015). The new curriculum (cf. The purpose of the curriculum was to provide A lack of professional training by middle managers in curriculum planning and implementation has been cited as one of the major barriers to effective curriculum change (Harris et al, 2000). This procedure initially begins when an issue, concern, or problem needs to be addressed. misapprehensions, or other such related factors. CHAPTER 10 • • What is the procedure for developing a program philosophy and rationale statement? AND IMPLEMENTATION OF CURRICULUM. student needs (Carl, 2009). Stenhouse identifies the teacher as the agent in the curriculum implementation she argues that implementation is the manner in which the teacher selects and mixes the various aspects of knowledge contained in a curriculum document or syllabus into practice. An example of such a model is the Research, Development and Diffusion 0000001504 00000 n of materials, strategies to be adopted, etc. 0000031661 00000 n It is normal to discuss curriculum matters, and especially curriculum implementation, without considering the complexities concerned. ORC model (Overcoming Resistance to Change). acquisition and classroom practice, are key to successful implementation of curriculum change. The head does this through: where the head is incapable of executing supervisory functions. They accept innovative traditions, the roles and responsibilities of individuals in the school system. curriculum, such as computers education being introduced in the curriculum, etc. TO DETERMINE BEGINNING TEACHERS' PERCEPTIONS OF THEIR TEACHING PROBLEMS, A QUESTIONNAIRE WAS SENT TO 282 JUNE 1964 ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY GRADUATES OF SUC BROCKPORT. ResearchGate has not been able to resolve any references for this publication. as it is, rather he breaks the content into teachable units. 0000003578 00000 n a complete paradigm shift from a content-based curriculum that from instruction. In the interactions of the school and classroom it is difficult to introduce the new culture of an innovation without recognizing that teachers and pupils are guardians of the old culture. 0000031958 00000 n The other model is the Rand Change Agent (RCA) model suggests that organizational dynamics seem to be the chief barriers to change. of “theory into practice”, or “proposal into action”. teachers and learners to play their role satisfactorily in the curriculum implementation process. interactions in organizational behavior which are imperceptible, but have a powerful influence on. The reason innovation implementation can seem a daunting process is largely due to people-related issues. nating curriculum innovations, by looking at some of the models of dissemination which have been either postulated or employed and by consid-ering their relative effectiveness. Mintrom (2000) described innovation as ideas or practices that are new within the context of the school. supervisory function of the school head. CURRICULUM CHANGE GAIL M. INLOW Professor of Education Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois THE purposes of education relate directly to the factors that facilitate or hinder curriculum change. any resistance, sabotage or indifference to it. A competency-based curriculum is 0000003132 00000 n Selection and/or peer review under responsibility of Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Uzunboylu doi: 10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.06.634 CY-ICER2012 Critical reflection: tools for curriculum implementation and innovation Mumthaz Banoobhai Tshwane University of Technology, 1 Aubrey … Curriculum as viewed by Alebiosu (2005) also as an instrument that dictates the affairs of every educational system. The implementation, as an essential part of curriculum development, brings into existence the anticipated changes. their students develop interests and skills in their interest area. They require patience (and intestinal fortitude) as well as structure to combat. It is the criterion, selection, organization, and utilization of human and material resources in ways that result in higher achievement or curriculum goals and objectives. $>�����khhzGG�n&u�FAA���C��. learners with skills, knowledge, and values that can enable them THESE PROBLEMS FELL IN SIX MAJOR CATEGORIES AND WERE RANKED FOR FREQUENCY AS FOLLOWS--(1) METHODS, (2) EVALUATION (OF STUDENTS), (3), Seven articles discuss a theme that was also the subject of a symposium at an Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, reform of school mathematics teaching and curriculum. Resources and materials are necessary for implementation it is one of the characteristics of innovation at the national level. These activities could be individual learner activities Demand the inclusion of certain subjects in the curriculum. the onset of any innovation, challenge, or change (such as curriculum implementation), which is a similar approach to that used in the current study. Teachers may find that changes accompany their teaching from time to time. 0000003363 00000 n A Guide to the Implementation Process: Stages, Steps and Activities page 4 A Guide to the Implementation Process: Stages, Steps and Activities Introduction “Implementation: The process of moving an idea from concept to reality” (Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary) Improving child and family outcomes is a cornerstone of early childhood education and in particular The study also examined the context in which early field experiences were provided, and determined relationships among selected institutional variables and types of early field experiences. Join ResearchGate to find the people and research you need to help your work. Curriculum Innovation and Change Curriculum innovation is defined as deliberate actions to improve a learning environment by adapting a method of presenting material to students that involves human interaction, hands-on activities and student feedback, according to the Annual Review of Applied Linguistics. 1. Thus, there is a 1.3.2) examines aspects of the management process at micro level that will ensure the effective implementation of the new curriculum. and Green 2000) expound this notion of curriculum, as. 0000032016 00000 n In the past, an organization’s culture would shape the individual employees. CURRENT SITUATION AND ANALYSIS OF INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP CURRICULUM SYSTEM AT HOME AND ABROAD . i) the characteristics of the proposed change; ii) the abilities of the academic and administrative staff; iii) the readiness of the local community; and. and hence affect the implementation of the centrally planned curriculum. of study regarded as a particular challenge for curriculum innovation. and participative activities. Google Scholar However the implementation of KTSP necessity changes in the role of the school and teachers. BALANCE AND RELEVANCE. A key element to implementing innovation is finding and keeping the right people. This is innovation of the form of SBCD. The literature on the evaluation of language teaching programs has focused almost entirely on specific issues of methodology and measurement. linkage model, the basic process is the transfer of knowledge. Principals need to implement the curriculum with the help of teachers in an actual school setting and find out if the curriculum achieved its goal. © 2008-2021 ResearchGate GmbH. about the need for change and how it might take place. Constraints to the implementation are presented and discussed in detail. is a slow change. It is important to note that curriculum implementation cannot take place without the learner. For example, a typical 5-year cycle is illustrated in Exhibit 10.1. Curriculum innovation Choosing curriculum innovation 1. The changes can occur in several ways. It then describes two functions of curriculum evaluation: the modification of, Being a paper presented at the 23rd Annual conference of (CON) curriculum organization. of Nigeria held at pastoral centre, Ebony state, 15th -18th September, 2010. Current curriculum implementation practices have seen community members as peripheral players whose knowledge and skills are of diminished value. The constructs of this research-based framework include innovation configuration, stages of concern, and levels of use. to look out for some definitions and influences of curriculum in implementation in general. John Tak Shing Lam, presently an assistant professor in the Department of Teachers may find that changes accompany their teaching from time to time. curriculum innovation (after the Sputnik -shock, initially especia lly in the Western world, but later world -ZLGH RFF XUUHGGXULQJW KH ¶VDQG ¶V *UDGXDOO\ LWEH FDPHFOHDUW KDWW KH implementation (and subsequent impact) of those massive investments was far less than hoped. curriculum change and implementation, school curriculum evaluation, curriculum integration, infusing higher-order thinking across the school curriculum, and teachers’ belief and conception of the curriculum. 2. Innovation configurations provide administrators with detailed some stakes in it are informed so as to understand its relative merit over the previous one. •• What is the procedure for developing a program scope and sequence, goals, objectives, learning outcomes, and authentic tasks? The belief and attitudes of supervisors to support changes This stage resembles a map or path that features the steps necessary to reach the goal of high-quality implementation of the new curriculum. (learners, educationists, policy makers, and the like); programmes; and processes. The development, validation, and use of an arbitrary implementation scale (AIS) as a basis for expost facto curriculum evaluation. Curriculum innovation is what happens in schools when policy, research and practice are seen as a triangular framework for reconsidering and renewing curriculum design and related classroom practices. Esu, Enukoha &Umoren (2004) also conceived curriculum as all learning experiences a child has under the guidance of a teacher. Curriculum-in-use • The formal curriculum (written or overt) comprises those things in textbooks, and content and concepts in the district curriculum guides. “Curriculum renewal today requires educators and curriculum specialists to go beyond the framework of a content- and competency- based curriculu m. ” Summary of Emerging Trends 16. CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION . Teachers are not passive recipients of an innovation. to update our knowledge on current factors and models that has direct effect on curriculum implementation. HOWEVER IT IS FELT THAT THERE IS A DISTINCT LACK OF AGREEMENT IN TERMINOLOGY AMONG SUCH STUDIES, MAKING COMPARISON DIFFICULT. It encompasses both planned and unplanned changes and can occur at the level of the classroom, school, or whole education system. 8. The purpose of this study was to explore how community members’ knowledge and skills could be harnessed in curriculum implementation at primary school level in Zimbabwe’s Chivi district of Masvingo. Many studies support empowerment, involvement as a center of curriculum development leads to effective achievement of educational, implementation of the developed curriculum. The central argument throughout is that the design of the curriculum and the routines of the classroom are completely synergistic. page. This applies to curriculum implementation as well. [faW�f��v�I�ʮFV�x��p{�f���!o�|������ǜX.�;��e�����MbR�ڛ@�'��M��\R�$Q�@�� Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 47 ( 2012 ) 175 – 179 1877-0428 2012 Published by Elsevier Ltd. would be difficult or impossible for schools in poor economic environments to implement. The implementation, as an essential part of curriculum development, brings. 0000003528 00000 n allocating time to subjects taught at the school, providing teaching and learning materials, and. 0000003553 00000 n creating an atmosphere conducive to effective teaching and learning. In 2013, there was a curriculum review and development process conclusion, a brief analysis of the implications of teaching using Curriculum innovation is defined as deliberate actions to improve a learning environment by adapting a method of presenting material to students that involves human interaction, hands-on activities and student feedback, according to the Annual Review of Applied Linguistics. In a %PDF-1.6 %���� (Author/KC), 178 faculty members on: faculty background, field site characteristics, institutional characteristics, and provision of teaching and non-teaching experience for prospective teachers. The curriculum council should also select teacher representation for curriculum devel - opment. This model treats staff resistance to. Benin: Da-Sylva Influence. Curriculum Innovation and Change Curriculum innovation is defined as deliberate actions to improve a learning environment by adapting a method of presenting material to students that involves human interaction, hands-on activities and student feedback, according to the Annual Review of Applied Linguistics. During the last decades, the best synopsis of … process needs to be planned, but not rigid. This can be carried out by the following: i) the organisational members must have a clear understanding of the proposed innovation; capabilities requisite for carrying out the innovation; iii) the necessary materials and equipment for the innovation must be furnished; The LOC model considers educational change as a sequence of three stages: mechanism to determine if problems once solved keep reappearing and so on. �V��)_4k����Բ\��w�IK[oX?>��cy�֪��\�3�&�u�|����/C�ƀBII�آ)d:`A���$ � Teachers’ attitude is, therefore, significant with respect to the implementation of a curriculum. 2.1. knowledge contained in a curriculum document or syllabus into practice. The two most obvious ways are: i) Slow change: this occurs for instance, when we incorporate minor adjustments in the course schedule, when we add some books to the library or when we update the unit plan, etc. This chapter (cf. 0000003603 00000 n It requires the support and leadership within schools from subject leaders, vice-principles and principles and at higher levels. A. Lewy. social and political values and the organization. The Concept of Curriculum Implementation What is curriculum implementation. In 4. Curriculum, instruction, and supervision: Their relationship and the role of the principal. However, those "formal" elements are frequently not taught. Definition of Curriculum Implementation: This term refers to the act of working out the plans and suggestions that have been made by curriculum specialists and subject experts in a classroom or school setting. One’s approach to implementation is influenced by one’s overall curriculum approaches and philosophical preferences Therefore putting the curriculum into operation requires an implementing agent. In Mozambique, for instance, it is widely held that students‘ poor academic performance is caused by shortcomings in RESULTS OF THE CURRENT STUDY ARE BEING USED TO PLAN SPECIFIC PRESERVICE EXPERIENCES TO WHICH STUDENTS WILL BE EXPOSED IN AN EFFORT TO DETERMINE WHETHER SUCH EXPOSURE WILL ALTER THE NUMBER, INTENSITY, OR KIND OF PROBLEMS PERCEIVED BY 1967 GRADUATES. sending and processing messages of curriculum implementation activity. • Policy makers should no longer assume that curriculum implementation is a process that translates directly into classroom reality. Google Scholar rather than ordered. Fig. In fact, curriculum change particularly involves teachers, schools, and the community. 0000004660 00000 n Implementation science is the study of the processes needed to bring new practices into widespread use. All rights reserved. 0000031494 00000 n 0000003388 00000 n Changing policies or guidelines, providing information and training alone are not adequate to bring about sustainable changes in practice. need for teachers to interpret the competency-based curriculum However, measures were suggested to limit the challenges towards curriculum implementation in order for the SMTs and teachers to manage and implement the curriculum effectively. Curriculum change refers to a whole set of concepts, including innovation, development, and adoption. Obstacles to the curriculum implementation are identified, including the nature of official curriculum documents, teacher content knowledge, the nature of the topic, differences between teachers’ beliefs and the underlying ideology of the proposed curriculum, learner and ii DECLARATION This research project is my original work and has not … T8"�xBeų�[�&����J�x&��V��,�P�����Y[w��r�Z���pIa? innovation must be effective. (Mrs.) Ebele J. Maduewesi. Definition of Curriculum Innovation: Creative initiatives in curriculum planning and implementation processes by learners, teachers and curriculum specialists. 0000001567 00000 n Curriculum Change and Innovation is an introductory textbook on Hong Kong’s school curriculum. the initiation of a curriculum change merely. L'Ingénierie de l'Innovation: Une Formation Portée sur l'Interaction Université-Industrie et Base d'un SGI Nabil Mehddeb#1 #Ecole ... and Curriculum Design and Models) et 2. les modèles d'enseignement supérieur américain, européen, et de management dans 10 pays (Algérie, Etats-Unis, Canada, Russie, Chine, Japan, Australie, France, Allemagne, et Royaume-Uni ). It is therefore important to involve these groups at the curriculum planning stage. 72 28 concerns at stages 2, 3 and 4 in order to serve the purpose for which the change is effected. 0000000856 00000 n process of curriculum development, evaluation, and implementation. However, they all started with the assumption that, through curriculum changes, pupils could enjoy learning and achieve more. curriculum system as the breakthrough point of innovation and entrepreneurship education reform, develop so as to the construction and implementation path design of innovation and entrepreneurship curriculum system[1, 2]. enriches the activities and also makes them more worthwhile. Because this study entails the implementation of the new science curriculum in Lesotho, the theory of ... top-down approach such as those used in the early stages of curriculum innovation in the USA and Europe in the 1960’s. One way to improve early field experiences is to provide training for cooperating teachers and to develop strong school-university relationships. Both reform and innovation aims to bring about change, for the purpose of this study, KTSP is a reform in that the teachers have to used KTSP as given curriculum. IT IS FELT THAT AN INSTRUMENT (FOR FOLLOWING-UP RECENT EDUCATION GRADUATES) SHOULD BE STANDARDIZED. Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. transmitted literally from one generation of the organization to another” (p. 168). PRESENTLY EACH OF THE SIGNIFICANT PROBLEMS IS BEING BUILT INTO A SPECIAL SIMULATION PROGRAM. for districtwide curriculum development. Put it differently, implementation-planning should focus on the following factors: People. Implementation takes place as the learner acquires the intended experiences, knowledge, skills, ideas and attitudes that are aimed at enabling the same learner to function effectively in a society. These purposes are threefold: cultural transmis sion, environmental adaptation, and total personality development. A major function of the curriculum council is to develop a sequence and review cycle . curriculum changes must meet societal expectations. The teachers have to be a more active role as curriculum developers. 0000005839 00000 n National Association of Secondary School Principals, April, 74 - 81 . Understanding the barriers involved would require determining teachers’ experience when facing a new innovation or change (AIR, 2016). curriculum implementation include the following: understand the curriculum document or syllabus well in order to implement it effectively. Many studies have analy sed these implementat ion problems. One researcher (CEP) was a participant observer inside the “scene of action” over a period of three and a half months (Peers, 2001) in order to probe and monitor the participant’s meanings for events (Erickson, 1986). Hence curriculum implementation includes the provision of organized assistance to staff (teachers) in order to ensure that the newly developed curriculum and the most powerful instructional strategies are actually delivered at the classroom level. 0000003717 00000 n Teachers are those who ultimately decide the fate of any educational enterprise. Curriculum development involves the following steps: (1) Identifying the learning needs of the children; (6) Evaluating the effectiveness of curriculum programmes; (7) Making adaptations to curriculum programmes. According to Offorma (2005), curriculum is a programme which is made up of three components: programme of studies, programme of activities and programme of guidance. CURRICULUM THEORY, CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION . 2.1 INTRODUCTION . delivered to students. Written in an approachable style using illustrative case studies, the textbook provides an introduction to the basic concepts and theories of "curriculum" as a field of study. Middle managers not only mediate tensions between funding and curriculum change as potential barriers to effective curriculum change buts also filter competing messages from above and below that are concerned with interpreting curriculum policy into practice (Wolverton et al, 2005). Mezieobi (1993), conceptualized the term implementation simply as a process of putting an agreed plan, decision, proposal, idea or policy into effect. • The curriculum-in-use is the actual curriculum that … The learner is therefore the central figure in the curriculum implementation process. 2.6.1.3) with its multi-faceted nature is a theoretical substructure within the OBE approach and its implementation requires particular management skills. Research on identifying the barriers to the full implementation of a curriculum is needed. INTRODUCING A NEW CURRICULUM… 72 0 obj <> endobj 0000003413 00000 n Curriculum implementation therefore refers to how the planned or officially designed course of study is translated by the teacher into syllabuses, schemes of work and lessons to be delivered to students. the competency-based curriculum has been done. A contribution to the IIEP Seminar on "The evaluation of the qualitative aspects of education" 30 September - 4 October 1974 . The author, A study was conducted to provide descriptive data about the nature of pre-student teaching field experiences occurring in undergraduate elementary teacher education programs in Ohio. implementation of curriculum change in selected high schools in Mount Fletcher District in the Eastern Cape Province. <<9D6DE6336AB0E845B2B61DD34905356A>]>> Curriculum development and implementation, Curriculum: Foundations, Principles and Issues. research, group work, discussions, question and answer method, Curriculum implementation, differentiation, and assessment are discussed in detail throughout this book, beginning with an exploration of important factors that educators should be aware of to meet the needs of all learners in multi-tiered RTI (i.e., those who achieve above, at, and below benchmark From these findings, two models of educators’ stance towards curriculum innovation are presented and can be used as a framework for planning successful curriculum innovations and analysing practice in teachers’ colleges. OTHER SIMILAR STUDIES SHOWED DISCIPLINE AS A SIGNIFICANT FACTOR. Reform mandated whereas innovation persuasion (Ratnavadivel, 1995). Journal of curriculum studies 10 (1) 12-13. truancy or any other form of indiscipline. These included lack of resources, inadequate training and heavy workloads. Curriculum developers, of the staff in various educational institutions when implementing new. Unesco. Objectives of Study The study Both reform and innovation aims to bring about change, for the purpose of this study, KTSP is a reform in that the teachers have to used KTSP as given curriculum. 0000034368 00000 n Curriculum design and implementation is a change process and change is hard to conceive and harder to implement. It introduces,the concepts of balance and relevance as criteria for judging the adequacy of an educational programme and presents a model for generating and selecting educational objectives. trailer In educational practice. words, successful changes in curriculum and its implementation need teachers’ wholehearted cooperation and supports. Curriculum design and implementation is a change process and change is hard to conceive and harder to implement. These articles indicate that educational reform is a complicated endeavor and tension exists between the old and new. The Zambian education system adopted a competencybased curriculum. condition posses a big challenge to them that can influence curriculum implementation. role-plays, drama, field trips, debate, and teacher exposition. Even though curriculum implementation varies by state and district, most follow a similar process as seen in diagram 1. competency-based curriculum, a teacher needs to design activities Curriculum change refers to a whole set of concepts, including innovation, development, and adoption. … 2. %%EOF Data were collected from. Although at one time the two terms were used interchangeably, the term "dissemination" now emphasizes techniques of effective management rather than the educational problem of transmitting meaning. (SLD), The author traces the change from the use of the term "diffusion" to the term "dissemination" with reference to curriculum projects in Britain and discusses implications of the change. Curriculum innovation includes any idea, practice, object or method that is introduced to bring changes in Influence learners to reject courses they consider detrimental to the interests of the group. 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