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Curriculum Development: Concepts, Methods and Techniques

 
Deepak Agrawal (Author)
Synopsis Building an educational programme around the persistent life situations faced by learners requires that curriculum development be a central function of all who guide the learning experiences of children and youth. Because the curriculum for each group of learners develops as they and their teacher work together on the everyday situations with which they are dealing, and on the persistent life problems which are a part of these everyday concerns, improving the quality of this curriculum requires that attention be given to the various forces and factors which affect learning. The process of curriculum improvement cannot be thought of in terms of the production of typical courses of study or printed guides, the pre-selection of subject content, or the adoption of uniform textbooks.
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About the author

Deepak Agrawal

Deepak Agrawal did his M.A. (History), M.Ed., B.Ed, and Ph.D. degrees from Rajasthan University, Jaipur. He has teaching experience of more than eight years. He possesses a brilliant academic career throughout his education. Besides being a good teacher, he has tremendous inclination for research work. He is painstaking and always tries to keep himself updated in the field of his specialization. He frequently writer in different magazines and newspapers. He has contributed a large number of articles to various reputed journals and has authored three books. At present he is working on his forthcoming books on Curriculum Construction and Educational technology.

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Bibliographic information

Title Curriculum Development: Concepts, Methods and Techniques
Format Hardcover
Date published: 16.01.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Book Enclave
Language: English
isbn 8181521544
length vi+258p.