Guiding Principles For Curriculum Evaluation

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  • 1. 

    What principle of curriculum evaluation is concerned with the usefulness and relatedness of the curriculum elements to learners needs and life demands?

    • A.

      Scope

    • B.

      Relevance

    • C.

      Balance

    Correct Answer
    B. Relevance
    Explanation
    The principle of curriculum evaluation that is concerned with the usefulness and relatedness of the curriculum elements to learners' needs and life demands is relevance. This principle emphasizes the importance of ensuring that the curriculum content and activities are applicable and meaningful to the learners' lives. It focuses on aligning the curriculum with the learners' interests, goals, and real-world experiences to enhance their engagement and motivation in the learning process. By prioritizing relevance, educators can create a curriculum that is practical, applicable, and meaningful to the learners, ultimately enhancing their learning outcomes.

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  • 2. 

    This means the blending, fusion or unification of subject matter under themes or topic units.

    • A.

      Relevance

    • B.

      Balance

    • C.

      Integration

    Correct Answer
    C. Integration
    Explanation
    Integration refers to the process of blending, fusing, or unifying subject matter under themes or topic units. It involves combining different elements or ideas into a cohesive whole. In the context of the given options, integration is the most suitable term that describes the act of bringing together different aspects or components to create a unified whole. Relevance and balance are related concepts but do not capture the idea of combining subject matter as effectively as integration does.

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  • 3. 

    This principle refers to what the curriculum intends to cover in terms of content, learning activities and assessment schemes.

    • A.

      Scope

    • B.

      Sequence

    • C.

      Balance

    Correct Answer
    A. Scope
    Explanation
    Scope refers to the extent or range of topics or subjects that are included in the curriculum. It encompasses what the curriculum intends to cover in terms of content, learning activities, and assessment schemes. This principle ensures that all the necessary knowledge and skills are included in the curriculum and that students have a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter. It helps in setting clear goals and objectives for the curriculum and ensures that it is aligned with the desired outcomes of education.

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