1. Other than to improve, why do we need to evaluate curriculum?
Which of the following is the purpose of curriculum evaluation:
i. To improve curriculum product
ii. To determine its value and worth
iii. To identify weaknesses and strength
iv. To support student to become environmentally responsible
According to Ornstein a. & Hunkins f. (1998) Curriculum evaluation is:
Curriculum evaluation provides information necessary for _________.
The best curriculum evaluation is should be implemented in the end of the curriculum implementation only.
Intrinsic value, Instrumental value, Comparative value, Idealization value and Decision value are the types of value question pertinent to evaluating curriculum as mentioned by:
The question of comparative value is about:
How many types of curriculum evaluation?
All of the answers mentioned below are the types of curriculum evaluation, except:
This type of evaluation is generally takes place before or during a project’s implementation with the aim of improving the project’s design and performance.
Formative evaluation involves judgmental data, observational data and _______________.
Judgemental data allows teachers, supervisors, as well as student provide opinions, judgement, and reaction of the curriculum materials.
Data obtained by direct observations:
Evaluation that is most often undertaken at the end of a project:
Evaluation occurs at the beginning of the school year or before a new unit.
Evaluation model that focused on a process for determining the extent to which program objectives can be achieved.
Objectives-Centered Model was proposed by:
Emphasizes the issues, language, contexts, and standards of stakeholders.
Some of the key indicators that can be used to measure the effectiveness of a developed curriculum according to Bradley’s effectiveness model:
i) Curriculum priority
ii) Broad Involvement
iii) Human experience
iv) Student’s knowledge
The _____________ provides a means for generating data relating to four stages of program operation; Context, Input, Process and Product.
Goals or objectives are crucial in the evaluation process.
Usually, analysis of diagnostic evaluation occurs when