The Educator as Learning Programme Developer

The educator's role of interpreter of the curriculum and programme developer, and how this role can be influenced by social background, personal views, attitudes and a fear of change. Uses the views of Tyler, Stenhouse and Freire, linked to outcomes-based education (OBE), as a theoretical backdrop.
Author:
E. du Plessis C. Booyse

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The educator's role of interpreter of the curriculum and programme developer, and how this role can be influenced by social background, personal views, attitudes and a fear of change. Uses the views of Tyler, Stenhouse and Freire, linked to outcomes-based education (OBE), as a theoretical backdrop.

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Prescribed at UNISA (University of South Africa) for :Education (EDDHODJ) by lecturer Elizabeth Venter

The educator's role of interpreter of the curriculum and programme developer, and hoe this role can be influenced by social backgrownd, personal views, attitudes and fear of change. Uses the views of Tyler, Stenhouse and Freire, linked to outcomes-based education (OBE), as a theoretical backdrop.

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Author:
E. du Plessis, C. Booyse
Format:
Paperback
Imprint:
VAN SCHAIK
Publisher:
VAN SCHAIK
ISBN:
9780627027390
Audience:
Academic
Pages:
160
Width (mm):
195
Length (mm):
260
Table of Contents:
Approaches to curriculum development; influences on the educator's interpretation of curriculum; curriculum design and the influence of outside agencies and policy documents; educator as interpreter; putting curriculum plan into teaching practice.

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