T 105 CURRICULUM DESIGN, MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT
Curriculum usually defines the learning that is expected to take place during a course or programme of study in terms of knowledge, skills and attitudes. It also usually specifies the main teaching, learning and assessment methods and provides an indication of the learning resources required to support the effective delivery of the course. A curriculum is more than a syllabus; it describes the content of a programme and can be seen as one part of a curriculum. Most curriculums are not developed from scratch and all operate within organisational and societal constraints. This programme emphasises the design, development and implementation of curriculum research projects as well as training at national/global level. It requires participants to bring in real life examples of curriculum practices and reflect on these practices so that they can train and lead others in the area of curriculum design, management and development (CDMD).
At the end of the programme, participants will be able to:
• Generate new knowledge in the area of CDMD; and
• Train and lead others in the area of CDMD.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This programme is suitable for:
• Prospective Trainers.
• Senior Academic Leaders.
• Deans/Deputy Deans.
• Directors/Deputy Directors.
• Heads of Departments.
• Heads of Programmes.