What are the five stages of curriculum development?

The curriculum development process can be categorized into five basic steps: 1) needs assessment, 2) the planning session, 3) content development, 4) pilot delivery and revision, and 5) the completed curriculum package. The ideal situation is to have, at a minimum, 12 – 18 months to design and develop a curriculum.

What are the five stages of curriculum development?

The curriculum development process can be categorized into five basic steps: 1) needs assessment, 2) the planning session, 3) content development, 4) pilot delivery and revision, and 5) the completed curriculum package. The ideal situation is to have, at a minimum, 12 – 18 months to design and develop a curriculum.

What do curriculum developers do?

Curriculum developers, also known as curriculum coordinators, instructional coordinators, and curriculum specialists, oversee school curricula and ensure adherence to state and local standards. Working behind the scenes, they are imperative in the continuing evolution of today’s school systems.

What is the teacher’s role in curriculum development?

Active Learning The role of teachers in the curriculum process is to help students develop an engaged relationship with the content. Active learning will increase the focus and retention of the curriculum, resulting in an exciting learning environment.

Is there a No Go Tell program for kindergarten?

This activity is adapted from the mandatory NSW DoE 2019 Child Protection Education [PDF] Curriculum materials, that continues the NO GO TELL program of earlier curriculum materials. If Kindergarten has not completed the program, this activity may need to be expanded with more discussion of safety networks.

What is the No-Go-Tell curriculum?

The No-Go-Tell!- Child Abuse Prevention Curriculum provides easy-to-teach lessons in child protection for children ages 3-7. This unique program was developed and tested by the Lexington Center Child Abuse and Disabled Children Program specifically for children with developmental and learning disabilities.

What is the stop go and tell program?

Stop, Go and Tell education Program Equipping children with the vocabulary, permission, and courage to speak up about abuse. Stop, Go and Tell is a fun, age-appropriate and interactive way to teach children about personal space boundary rules and what to do if someone tries to break those rules.

What is no Go Tell K13?

K.13: NO GO TELL! Students ask for help when injured or hurt. This activity introduces students to appropriate strategies for dealing with unfair situations. These strategies need to be revisited throughout the year.