What Is Curriculum Planning?

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Curriculum planning is the process through which the material to be taught is planned out and scheduled. Curriculum planning is very important for a structured learning environment.
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Certinly you will find text book answers in a text book. Major and tricky issue it sounds is who does your curruculum is aimed at? There is certain domain of knowledge which is necessary
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The definition of curriculum planning is the process of setting goals, outlining tasks, developing strategies, and outlining schedules for the setting of courses, course content, and coursework. It is a series of organizational methods for maximizing learning and teaching effectively. Curriculum planning refers to creating a curriculum. Teachers use curriculum planning to plan where their courses are going. It helps the teacher look objectively at what they need to teach their students over the semester or year.
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