2. FORMAL CURRICULUM
Formal instruction of the schooling experience.
Explicit curriculum include those things in textbooks.
The written curriculum is an important component of
authentic literacy- the ability to read, write and think
The overt curriculum is the open, or public,
dimension and includes current and historical
interpretations, learning experiences, and
Textbooks, learning kits, lesson plans, school
3. INFORMAL CURRICULUM
Implicit curriculum has to do with how
particular assumptions about schooling
and learning manifest practice.
They are also learning and modifying
attitudes, motives, and values in
relationship to the experiences…in the
5. -most of the curricula are
- Proposed by scholars and
The curriculum may come from a
national agency or any professional
organization who has stake in education
Includes documents, course of
study or syllabi for implementation.
Most written curricula are made by
curriculum experts with participation of
An example of this is the Basic
Education Curriculum (BEC) and the
written lesson plan of each classroom
teacher made up of objectives and
planned activities of the teacher.
7. The different planned activities
which are put into action in the
classroom compose the taught
These are varied activities that are
implemented in order to arrive at the
objectives or purposes of the written
It varies according to the learning
styles of the students and the teaching
styles of the teacher.
8. In order to have a successful teaching, other than
the teacher, there must be materials which
should support of help in the implementation of a
Support curriculum includes material resources
such as textbooks, computers, audio-visual
materials, laboratory equipment, playgrounds,
zoos and other facilities.
Support curriculum should enable each learner to
achieve real and lifelong learning.
9. This refers to a tested or evaluated
Series of evaluations are being done by the
teachers at the duration and end of he teaching
episodes to determine the extent of teaching or
to tell if the students are progressing.
Assessment tools like pencil-and-paper tests,
authentic instruments like portfolio are being
10. This refers to the learning
achieved by the students.
indicated by the results of the tests and
changes in behavior which can be
either cognitive, affective or
11. This is the unintended curriculum
which is not deliberately planned but
modify behavior or influence learning
Peer influence, school environment,
physical condition, teacher-learner
interaction, mood of the teacher and
many other factors make up the hidden
12. Things that are taught at home;
experiences that are part of a family's
experiences, or related experiences sanctioned
by the family.
This type of curriculum may be received at
church, in the context of religious expression,
lessons on values, ethics or morals, molded
behaviors, or social experiences based on a
is what is not taught. Not teaching some
particular idea or sets of ideas may be
mandates from higher authorities, to a teacher’s
lack of knowledge, or to deeply ingrained
assumptions and biases.
15. NULL CURRICULUM
The null curriculum is
what is not taught.
curriculum is what
a multi faceted
We do not teach, thus giving students the
message that these elements are not
important in their educational experiences or
in our society.
16. ACTUAL CURRICULUM
This to both
- tanner and tanner
17. SUBJECT CURRICULUM
Curriculum is organized according to
how essential knowledge has been
developed in the various subject areas.
Learner interest & needs have no place.
More stress is given to content.
No place for personal experience.
Memorization is mostly encouraged.
18. CHILD CURRICULUM
establishes the relationship
between school and society.
Activity curriculum empowers
students through ownership of
Content not specific.
No common curriculum is possible.
Transforming the experiences into organized
knowledge is difficult-no proper guidance is
19. CORE CURRICULUM
This not an independent type of
Compulsory course of study
It relationship between life and
History, political structure,
democracy, cultural, family,
20. BROAD FIELD CURRICULUM
Fused curriculum is combining
several specific areas into large
Integrated curriculum – several
courses have been merged into one.
physics, biology, geography.
22. TASK CURRICULUM
John Dewey has suggested this type of
kelpertrik has given project-method
teaching for this curriculum.
Mahatma Gandhi emphasized on basic
education.(i.e) 3H-education Hand, Head
23. INTENDED CURRICULUM
It serves as a documented map of
theories, beliefs and intentions about
schooling, teaching and knowledge
evidence in the development of teacher
with the experiences
learner to create new
24. OBJECTIVE CURRICULUM
B.S BlOOM has suggested this
tri polar process educational
It refers to those learning activities or
experiences students are exposed to
by their teachers but which are not
stipulated in the formal or official
25. RHETORICAL CURRICULUM
Elements from the rhetorical
curriculum are comprised from ideas
offered by policymakers, school
official, administrators or politicians.
The rhetorical curriculum may also
come from the publicized works
offering updates in pedagogical
26. PHANTOM CURRICULUM
The message prevalent in
and through exposure to
This type of curriculum may be received
at church, in the content of religious
expression, lessons on values, ethics or
morals, moulded behaviours, or social
experiences based on a family's
27. OCCUPATIONAL CURRICULUM
On the content to be covered within the
three learning components.
28. TESTED CURRICULUM
What is tested is a limited part of what is
intended by policy makers, taught by
teachers and learned by students.
The test curriculum is that set of learning's
that is assessed in teacher-made
classroom tests; in district-developed,
curriculum-referenced tests and in