Models- help us to conceptualize a process by showing certain principles and procedures. Models for Curriculum Development- Chapter 5. Inductive approach Deductive approach. Starts with the actual development of curriculum materials and leads to generalization.
Models- help us to conceptualize a process by showing certain principles and procedures.Models for Curriculum Development- Chapter 5
Inductive approach Deductive approach
Starts with the actual development of curriculum materials and leads to generalization
Proceed from the general to the specific
Propose a certain order or sequence of progression through the various steps
Postulates a beginning, an end, and a process by of which the beginning progresses to the end
Suggest what ought to be done
platform, deliberation, design
Enter at various points, skip components, reverse the order,
and work on two or more components simultaneously
Care is taken to state the objectives in behavioral terms, which turns into instructional, classroom objectives.
An inductiveapproach to curriculum development designed by the teachers.
Producing pilot units representative of the grade level or subject area. (An eight-step sequence that links theory and practice.)
Testing experimental units.
Revising and consolidating.
Developing a framework.
Installing and disseminating new units.
The Saylor, Alexander, and Lewis Model
A deductive approach to the curriculum planning process.
Goals, objectives, and domains. (Planners create a broad design.)
Instructional modes. (Teacher’s create instructional objectives.)
Evaluation. (Planners and teachers choose from a wide variety of evaluation techniques.)Inductive vs. Deductive
The Twelve Components
A process that takes the curriculum planner from the sources of the curriculum to evaluation. Involves complete development of a school’s curriculum.
The following is the model broken into steps.