Aim and Audience
This resource pack aims to enhance individual and collective capacity of education specialists with decision-making, management, and operational functions and roles related to curriculum policy formulation, development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and research.
The non-prescriptive comparative case study-based resources aim to provide curriculum specialists with greater insight and fuller understanding of curriculum policy and practice, to empower senior and middle level curriculum developers to make informed decisions, as well as to empower national curriculum specialists to counterbalance what is sometimes perceived to be donor-driven initiatives in curriculum reform.
Who is this pack for?
The resource pack is primarily intended for professionals who train key curriculum developers involved in leading and facilitating curriculum change, performing any of the following functions:
· Formulating vision for reform & identifying areas for change
· Consulting stakeholders
· Advocating and marketing reform
· Developing national curriculum frameworks and guidelines
· Restructuring and integrating curriculum content
· Localizing curriculum content
· Developing textbooks and teaching and learning materials
· Training inspectors, principals, and teacher trainers, teachers
· Establishing instructional support systems
· Ensuring coherence between teacher education and new school curricula
· Curriculum evaluation, review and assessment
· Piloting curriculum innovation
Educationists, researchers, inspectors, principals, teacher trainers, teachers and other stakeholders interested in curriculum issues may also find the resource pack of use.