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worldwide resource pack for capacity building in curriculum development an ibe project
Worldwide Resource Packfor Capacity Buildingin Curriculum DevelopmentAn IBE Project

Lili Ji, IBE-UNESCO

background
Asia-Pacific Resource Pack for Capacity Building in Curriculum Development (2005)

Matrix

Main aspects of curriculum development: policy-making, curriculum design, M&E, etc.

Adaptation for worldwide accessibility as a tool

Addressing various curriculum-related fields

For flexible use in different or similar contexts and situations

With relevant case studies collected from world regions through a questionnaire designed in all UNESCO languages

Background

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the worldwide resource pack
Aim: to support informed decision-making in curriculum reform

Resources are non-prescriptive, comparative and case study-based, addressing:

Quality and relevance of education through curriculum

Involvement of stakeholders in the production of curriculum materials

Emerging trends in curriculum change (see modules)

Implementation and evaluation of curriculum

The Worldwide Resource Pack

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A Draft prepared

Resources are

Elaborated through selected discussion papers

Illustrated with case studies

Organized into 8 modules,

each containing a series of

concrete activities and tasks

for training purposes

The Worldwide Resource Pack

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The Worldwide Resource Pack

  • The structure

Home page

Module

Overview + Keywords

Conceptual framework

Activities

Each activity

Tasks

Focus+Tasks 1, 2, 3+Product

Resources

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An extract

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the 8 modules and related activities
Curriculum Change

Core module, entry point of the Resource Pack

Lays the framework of quality education and effective learning

Policy Dialogue and Formulation

Rationales for policy change

Tools for SWOT analysis and identification of actors

Planning and implementation of consultation processes

Advocacy

Addressing sensitive issues

The 8 Modules and Related Activities

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Curriculum Design

Tools for structuring a curriculum framework (objectives, standards, contents, e.g. exit profiles for each cycle)

Reviewing cross-cutting issues for curriculum integration and diversification

System Management and Governance

Models for managing curriculum development and implementation

Balance between centralisation and decentralisation; curriculum localisation

School-based management of curriculum

Broader involvement of stakeholders

The 8 Modules and Related Activities

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Developing Textbooks & Other Materials

Designing related policy with current trends, models and new approaches to ensuring quality

Evaluation and approval of textbooks, based on commonly agreed criteria

Developing supplementary teaching-learning materials

Implementing e-learning

Teacher as curriculum implementer and developer

Capacity Building for Curriculum Implementation

New approaches to and new practices in capacity building

Targeting and sustaining capacity building in priority areas for key stakeholders

The 8 Modules and Related Activities

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Processes of Curriculum Implementation

Piloting curriculum (design of pilot: rationales, objectives, models, variables, planning, M&E, localisation of international experiences, etc.)

Mainstreaming pilot experiences

Curriculum Evaluation and Student Assessment

Planning curriculum evaluation through an analytical schema

Conceiving student assessment as part of curriculum materials

Assessing learning outcomes in new content areas

The 8 Modules and Related Activities

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an interactive format
An Interactive Format

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An Interactive Format

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possible steps forward
IBE internal consultation on the Draft

Questions and feedback collected from participants of the 7th IBE Seminar on Poverty/Peace Education in Africa (30 March-3 April 2009, Geneva)

Improvement of the Draft by documenting initial feedback

BEAP Conference in Tanzania (April 2009):

Presentation

Verification and suggestions by curriculum specialists from participating countries: Tanzania, Zanzibar, Seychelles, Uganda, Rwanda, Ethiopia and Djibouti

Resource Pack as a support for the development of sub-regional centres of excellence in the field of curriculum, e.g. the TIE

Possible Steps Forward

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Similar consultation exercises when possible and documentation of outcomes

Upgraded pilot version of the Resource Pack with

Generic modules and materials

Options that are adaptable to specific contexts

Trial in ongoing capacity building processes in different regions, starting by BEAP

Assistance to countries in tailoring Resource Pack for capacity building purposes

Possible Steps Forward

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Assistance to countries in piloting the tailored versions

M&E and reporting on pilot activities

Constant improvement of the Resource Pack through systematisation of pilot experiences and results

Preparation of Resource Pack in different formats (paper and Web) and languages (long-term) for capacity building activities (face-to-face and online)

Coordination of South-South-North cooperation, exchange of good practices throughout the process

Possible Steps Forward

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beneficiaries
Representatives of national/local education authorities

Curriculum specialists

School leaders

Teacher trainers

Teachers

Universities, researchers

Civil society, communities

Beneficiaries

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thank you
Thank you!

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