Saturday, 13 August 2016

Principles of good curriculum

1. The good curriculum should comprise all possible learning experiences which result in the development of child towards continuous self realization.
2. The curriculum should be flexible and broad enough to encourage the selection of learning experiences geared to the needs and purposes of each individual.
3. The curriculum should make optimum use of knowledge of the learning process.
4. The curriculum should develop the cultural and social values of the nation as well as those of the immediate community.
5. The curriculum should provide for a balanced and integrated program to ensure  each child’s living more effectively in the world through great understanding of its.

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