CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

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CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT by Mind Map: CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

1. DESIGN PHASE

1.1. Setting up a team of experts

1.1.1. Experts in education, in various disciplines and expert clinical practitioners.

1.2. Educational plan and implementation guidelines

1.2.1. Formulation of outcomes

1.2.2. Selecting and organizing curriculum content.

1.2.3. Organizing and sequencing curriculum content

1.3. How curriculum content is learnt

1.4. Selecting teaching strategies and learning opportunities

1.5. Developing assessment methods and tools

1.6. Preparing for curriculum validation

1.7. Personnel development

1.8. Curriculum implementation

1.9. Monitoring and review

2. EXPLORATORY PHASE

2.1. Situation analysis

2.1.1. Determine educational needs

2.1.2. Conduct market research

2.1.3. Consider issues and trends in healthcare

2.2. Identifying constraints

2.2.1. Educators- ratios,shortages and backgrounds

2.2.2. Learners- time,existing knowledge, skills attitudes and expectations.

2.2.3. Facilities-library, laboratory, space and budget.

2.2.4. Other people's expectations- statutory bodies, employers and policies.

2.3. Crtitical path analysis

2.4. Curriculum presage deliberations

3. DEVELOPMENT PHASE

3.1. Aims, goals and objectives

3.1.1. Outcomes

3.2. Outlining curriculum content

3.2.1. Theoretical and clinical

3.3. Evaluation

3.3.1. specifying how learning will be evaluated

3.4. Conducting a situation analysis

3.5. A workable curriculum

4. ORGANISATION PHASE

4.1. Purpose

4.1.1. debating and reaching consensus on the purpose of a curriculum to profession

4.2. Personal value systems

4.2.1. Preconceived visions of what should be gained through education.

4.3. Visions

4.3.1. Exploring and debating pre-existing views of those involved in planning.

4.4. Formulation of criteria

4.4.1. For the proposed curriculum

4.5. Curriculum backgrounds

4.5.1. Debating and reaching consensus on philosophical underpinnings

4.6. Meaning

4.6.1. Debating and agreeing on meanings attached to curriculum content