What Is the Difference between Curriculum Design and Instructional Design?

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Curriculum design and instructional design are the methods of setting goals in a curriculum before they can be assessed and achieved. Curriculum design portrays what the learner will learn. Instructional design portrays how the learner will learn what he/she is supposed to learn.
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Curriculum design is "what" the learner will learn, while instructional design is "how" they will learn it. Generally speaking, curriculum relates to the content
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The curriculum is the material that is taught. Instruction is the process of teaching it.
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