Curriculum Development and Restructuring
A sound and robust curriculum forms the ‘heart’ of any learning institution. With its importance in formal education, the curriculum has become a dynamic process and we at KA believe that effective curriculum provides teachers, students, administrators and parents with a measureable plan and structure for delivering quality education.
We at KA develop the written curriculum for different school boards. We work with schools to provide them with end – end solutions as far as their curriculum is concerned. While developing curriculum and annual plans across different subject areas, our endeavor is to look at the curriculum through the approach of ‘ Backward planning’. Keeping assessments and key concept areas as the pivotal focus, learning activities and engagements are planned to give the learners a holistic experience.
While planning curriculum, we focus on identifying clear learning outcomes, standards, core competencies and skills that students must demonstrate as part of the learning process. It is our endeavor to provide teachers with clear guidelines to implement the curriculum, which acts as a road map for teachers and students to follow on the path of academic success.
Independent Educationist/ Consultant
“Curriculum is a tool in the hand of the artist (Teacher), to mould his materials (Students), according to his ideals (aim and objectives) in his studio (Classroom).. Team KA brings this quote alive by empowering the schools with a curriculum which prepares the teachers and the children for the ever-changing world. Whatever be the recommended curriculum that is derived from experts in the field be it NCERT, IGCSE, IB .The written curriculum is the one usually created by team KA to bring the recommendations to life with effective support of an activity based execution combined with complimentary instructional materials available, such as textbooks, software, and multimedia resources. The highlight of their skills is in the learned curriculum which is the bottom-line curriculum—what students learn. Clearly it is the most important of all combined with The hidden curriculum (a term coined by Jackson, 1968) is the unintended curriculum-what students learn from the flow of the plan which includes life skills and core values that governs the vison of the school… Team KA crafts the curriculum that meets the needs of the 21st century teachers and learners.”
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