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Crafting the Curriculum

(Curriculum Design Models)

Discussant:
GALVAN, Princess
1. Introduction
• Crafting the curriculum
2. Curriculum design models
1. Subject-centered design
model
a. Subject design
OUTLINE OF b. Discipline design
c. Correlation design
THE d. Broad field
design/interdisciplinary
DISCUSSION: 2. Learner-centered design
a. Child-centered design
b. Experience-centered
design
c. Humanistic design
3. Problem-centered design
a. Life-situations design
b. Core design
“crafting a curriculum is
like writing a lesson
plan.”
Curriculum Design
Models
Curriculum design may follow the following
structures:
SUBJECT-CENTERED
DESIGN MODEL

This focuses on the content of the


curriculum.
S U B J E C T

D E S I G N
The oldest and so far the most familiar design
for teachers, parents and other laymen.
D I S C I P L I N E

D E S I G N
Focuses on academic disciplines.
C O R R E L A T I O N

D E S I G N
Subjects are related to one another but its subject
maintains its identity.
B R O A D F I E L D

D E S I G N
Prevent the compartmentalization of subjects and
integrate the contents that are related to each other.
LEARNER-CENTERED
DESIGN MODEL

The learner is the center of the


educative process.
CHILD-CENTERED
DESIGN

The curriculum design is


anchored on the needs and
interests of the child.
EXPERIENCE-
CENTERED
DESIGN
Experiences of the learners
become the starting point of
the curriculum.
HUMANISTIC
DESIGN

The development of self is


the ultimate objective of
learning.
PROBLEM-CENTERED
DESIGN MODEL

Draws on social problems, needs,


interests and abilities of the learners.
Life-situations
Design

Uses past and


present experiences
of learners as a
means to analyze
the basic areas of
living.
Core Design

Centers on general
education and the
problems are based
on common human
activities.
Conclusion
End!
Thank you for listening!