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Pathfinder : Curriculum Planning and Development

Scope Note :

Activities such as conceptualizing, planning, implementing, field testing, and researching that are intended to produce new curricula or improve existing ones.

Used For :

  • Curriculum adaptation
  • Curriculum improvement
  • Curriculum planning
  • Curriculum reform
  • Curriculum reorganization
  • Curriculum revisions

Broader Terms :

  • Educational development

Related Terms :

  • Articulation (Education)
  • Course content
  • Curriculum
  • Curriculum based assessment
  • Curriculum design
  • Curriculum enrichment
  • Curriculum evaluation
  • Curriculum guides
  • Curriculum history
  • Curriculum implementation
  • Curriculum mapping
  • Curriculum material evaluation
  • Curriculum materials
  • Curriculum policy
  • Curriculum problems
  • Curriculum research
  • Curriculum service centres
  • Curriculum theories
  • Education--Curricula
  • Educational leadership
  • Formative evaluation
  • Instructional development
  • Legal curriculum
  • Material development
  • Media adaptation
  • Negotiated curriculum
  • Relevance (Education)
  • School based curriculum
  • School supervision
  • Subject coordinators

    [Quoted from: http://cunningham.acer.edu.au/dbtw-wpd/sample/edresearch.htm]

BOOKS:

Reference sources located at the Information-Reference Section, 2nd floor:
Texts located at the American Studies Resource Center (ASRC), Ground floor:
Texts located at the Br. Andrew Hall Library, 2nd floor:
Texts located at the Circulation Section, 3rd floor:
Texts located at the European Documentation Research Centre (EDRC), Ground floor:
Texts located at the Filipiniana Section, 4th floor:
Texts located at the Special Collection, 4th floor:
  • Bro. Andrew Collection
  • CESP Collection

PERIODICALS

PRINT
(Periodicals Section, 2nd floor)

ELECTRONIC

JSTOR
http://www.jstor.org/

EBSCO
http://search.ebscohost.com/

ARTICLES
(Periodicals Section, 2nd floor)

ADB COLLECTION
(Information-Reference Section, 2nd floor)

UNESCO COLLECTION
(Information-Reference Section, 2nd floor)

VERTICAL FILES
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VIRTUAL VERTICAL FILES
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FACULTY PUBLICATION
(Archives Section, 4th floor)

THESES AND DISSERTATIONS

LOCAL
(Archives Section, 4th floor)
FOREIGN

AUDIO VISUAL MATERIALS
(Instructional Media Section, Ground floor)

INTERNET WEBSITES
(Cybernook, Ground floor, Graduate Corners, 2nd and 3rd floor)

Online Academy
http://www.onlineacademy.org/acad/instructor/cptall.html
[Retrieved on August 11, 2008]

This web page contains “curricular planning tools and modules which are intended to assist special education instructors”.

Curriculum theory and practice
http://www.infed.org/biblio/b-curric.htm
[Retrieved on July 21, 2008]

“This website explores curriculum theory and practice and its relation to informal education.”

From practice to theory: reconceptualising curriculum development for problem-based learning (PBL)
http://pbl.tp.edu.sg/PBL-Resources/articles/curriculumDesign/CurriculumPlannig/JaneConwayPennyLittle.pdf
[Retrieved on July 19, 2008]

“This website identifies issues related to curriculum development for problem-based learning (PBL) approaches.”

Making the transition to curriculum integration: a curriculum design in middle level schools
http://www.library.umaine.edu/theses/pdf/AlexanderWM2001.pdf
[Retrieved on July 19, 2008]

“This website investigates middle level teachers’ transitional process as they move from an interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary curricular format to curriculum integration.”

Curriculum Planning
http://soe.imt.uwm.edu/fileBroker.php/20103/CURRINS%20701-311%202007SUM%20-%20Chapman.pdf
[Retrieved on July 19, 2008]

“This website analyzes the knowledge base of curriculum studies as a critical component of the field of education.”


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Compiled by: Ms. Michelle E. Mendoza

Date: August 2008