CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION MECHANISM OF ADE- A CASE STUDY OF PUBLIC SECTOR ELEMENTARY COLLEGES AFFILIATED WITH UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI
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Keywords

Curriculum
Curriculum development
Curriculum implementation
Academics
Academic administration,
Educational administration
Educational stakeholders
Course development
Teaching

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CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION MECHANISM OF ADE- A CASE STUDY OF PUBLIC SECTOR ELEMENTARY COLLEGES AFFILIATED WITH UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI. (2013). Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 52(2), 39–46. Retrieved from https://www.jsshuok.com/oj/index.php/jssh/article/view/176

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to investigate the existing practices of ADE Curriculum Implementation at the Government Elementary Colleges of Education affiliated with the University of Karachi. The authors have noted that many courses of study were not implemented effectively earlier to the courses under study, because the teachers had not been involved in their production. US-AID Teacher Education Project in Pakistan has introduced the involvement of all the institutional stakeholders in curriculum maki ng. This study attempts to explore the participation effects of all the stakeholders in curriculum implementation. Earlier greater attention was paid on production rather than installation, because, content was seen as more significant than the methods. This study defines the role of University administration, College administration, faculty and prospective teachers, and is intended to pave the way for Policy-Making to ensure effective implementation. Academic administration and the faculty were interviewedwhile FGD was conducted with prospective teachers enrolled at three colleges. Qualitative Data was analyzed using thematic and coding strategies. Rigor was ensured through independent coding and triangulation of data. After data analysis, results are presented in terms of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats involved in curriculum implementation.

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