Knowledge and Curriculum Notes

KNOWLEDGE AND CURRICULUM B.Ed. II YEAR Notes and Book in English free download pdf 

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UNIT-1 KNOWLEDGE EDUCATION CURRICULUM AND PERSPECTIVES

1.1 Introduction
1.2 Objectives
1.3 Foundations of Education
1.4 Genesis of knowledge
1.5 Types of Knowledge
1.5.1 Personal Knowledge
1.5.2 Procedural Knowledge
1.5.3 Propositional Knowledge
1.6 Structure and Forms of Knowledge
1.6.1 Ways to Acquiring Knowledge
1.6.2 Meaning of Information
1.7 Modes of Education
1.7.1 Formal Education
1.7.2 Non - Formal Education
1.7.2.1 Open University
1.7.2.2 Open and Distance Learning
1.7.2.3 Distance Education
1.7.3 Informal Education
1.8 Teaching in Multicultural Setting
1.9 Curriculum
1.9.1 Meaning of Curriculum
1.9.2 Nature of Curriculum
1.9.3 Scope of Curriculum
1.9.4 Curriculum and Syllabus
1.9.5 Curriculum Development
1.9.6 Need and Importance of Curriculum
1.10 Foundation of Curriculum
1.10.1 Philosophical Foundation of Curriculum
1.10.2 Psychological Foundation of Curriculum
1.10.3 Sociological Foundation of Curriculum
1.11 Let Us Sum Up
1.12 Unit End Activity
1.13 Points for Discussion
1.14 Answer to Check Your Progress

UNIT: II CURRICULUM AND DEVELOPMENT

2.1 Introduction
2.2 Objectives
2.3 Curriculum Development
2.3.1 Concept of Curriculum Development
2.4 Basic Principles of Curriculum
2.4.1need and the Importance of Curriculum Development
2.5 Types of Curriculum
2.5.1 Subject-Centered Curriculum
2.5.2 Learner-Centered Curriculum
2.5.3 Problem-Centered Curriculum
2.5.4 Core Curriculum
2.5.5 Hidden/ Latent Curriculum
2.5.6 Null Curriculum
2.5.7 Curriculum Organization
2.6 Theory of Curriculum
2.7 Curriculum Framework
2.7.1 Common Elements of Curriculum Framework
2.7.2 Principles of the Curriculum Framework
2.8 Different Stages of Specific Curriculum
2.8.1 Primary Stage
2.8.2 Secondary Stage
2.8.3 Higher Secondary Level
2.9 Central and State Board of Secondary Education Syllabus
2.10 Role of Textbooks in Curriculum
2.11 Curriculum Reforms in India
2.12 Let Us Sum Up
2.13 Unit End Activities
2.14 Points for Discussion
2.15 Answers to Check Your Progress

UNIT III PRINCIPLES OF CURRICULUM CONSTRUCTION

3.1 Introduction
3.2 Objectives
3.3 Principles of Curriculum Construction
3.4 History of Curriculum Reconstruction
3.5 Secondary Education Commission
3.6 Kothari Education Commission
3.7 National Education Policy
3.8 National Knowledge Commission
3.9 Curricular Issues
3.9.1 Issues related to Language
3.9.2 Issues related to Science
3.9.3 Issues related to Humanities
3.10 Let Us Sum Up
3.11 Unit End Activities
3.12 Points for Discussion
3.13 Answers to Check Your Progress

UNIT VI CURRICULUM CHANGE PLANNING AND TRANSACTION

4.1 Introduction
4.2 Objectives
4.3 Changing the Paradigm in Education
4.4 Curriculum Change
4.5 Need for Curriculum Change
4.6 Curriculum Planning
4.7 Agencies of Curriculum Change
4.8 Concept of Curriculum Transaction
4.9 Role of Media in Curriculum Development and Implementation
4.10 National Curriculum Framework Guidelines for Curriculum Transaction
4.11 Let Us Sum Up
4.12 Unit End Activities
4.13 Points for Discussion
4.14 Answers to Check Your Progress

UNIT – V CURRICULUM APPROACH METHODS AND MODELS

5.1 Introduction
5.2 Objectives
5.3 Curriculum Approach
5.4 Maxims of Teaching
5.5 Curriculum Transaction and Modes
5.6 Role of Technology
5.6.1 Challenges in Education
5.6.2 Fore steps in Technology/Media Integration
5.6.3 NCERT Proposal for Action
5.7 Curriculum Approaches and Media
5.7.1 Categories of Media
5.7.3 Impact of Media on Curriculum
5.8 Models of Teaching
5.8.1 Inquiry Training Model
5.8.2 Concept Attainment Model
5.8.3 Advance Organizer Model
5.9 Let Us Sum Up
5.10 Unit End Activities
5.11 Points for Discussion
5.12 Answers to Check Your Progress

UNIT VI CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AGENCIES AND IMPLEMENTATION

6.1 Introduction
6.2 Objectives
6.3 Agencies of Education
6.4 National Policy on Education
6.5 University Grants Commission
6.6 National Council of Teacher Education
6.7 National Council of Educational Research and Training
6.8 State Council of Educational Research and Training
6.9 Tools of Curriculum Implementation
6.10 Curriculum Implementation
6.11 Role of UNESCO in Curriculum Implementation
6.12 Let Us Sum Up
6.13 Unit End Activities
7.14 Points for Discussion
7.15 Answers to Check Your Progress

UNIT VII CURRICULUM EVALUATION 

7.1 Introduction
7.2 Objectives
7.3 Curriculum Evaluation
7.3.1 Objectives Curriculum Evaluation
7.3.2. Purposes of Evaluation
7.3.3 Perspectives on Curriculum Evaluation
7.4 Criteria for Curriculum Evaluations
7.5 Curriculum Evaluation Plan
7.6 Models of Curriculum Evaluation
7.61 Tyler’s Evaluation Model
7.6.2 Rober E. Stake’s model
7.6.3 Hilda Taba’s Model
7.6.4 Mukhopadhaya’s Model
7.6.5 Sara’s Model
7.7. Outcomes of Curriculum Evaluation
7.8 Curricular Issues and Concerns
7.9 Responses to Issues
7.10 Let Us Sum Up
7.11 Unit End Activities
7.12 Points for Discussion
7.13 Answers to Check Your Progress

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