Roles of teacher in the curriculum implementation
- The teacher as an intellectual, need to read, understand, interpret the plan (Curriculum is the larger blueprint, the broad guidelines & areas/topics of study, the broad objectives, longer time-span) and translate it into an action plan for day-to-day activity basis.
- Create lesson plan
- identify the learning objectives, learning outcome and tools for assessment
- determine the strategies, methodology and techniques
- Select the relevant resources and learning activities.
- The teachers as a technician are expected to implement the curriculum in the classroom settings.
- get learners’ attention
- state objectives
- require the learner’s participation
- provide feedback on learner’s performance
- conclude and summarize the learning
- provide follow up activities that enable the transfer of learning
- Which of the three roles is the most important role for the teacher while implementing the curriculum? Why would you say so?
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