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Noun
/kəˈrikyələm/,
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curricula, plural; curriculums, plural;
  1. The subjects comprising a course of study in a school or college


  1. course of study: an integrated course of academic studies; "he was admitted to a new program at the university"
  2. (curricular) of or relating to an academic course of study
  3. In formal education, a curriculum (plural: curricula, or curriculums) is the set of courses, and their content, offered at a school or university. ...
  4. (Curricula) These include instructional materials, related to a unit of teaching and learning within a particular subject area. These may include lesson plans, audio-visual materials, teacher guides, textbooks, etc.
  5. The materials used for a course, which can include a text-book, a teacher and grading guide, lesson plans, tests, and worksheets. In an online curriculum, some of these elements can be integrated and automated.
  6. A plan for teaching and learning which includes objectives, subject matter content, learning experiences and teaching strategies, teaching aids, and evaluations. (2001 Community College Handbook)
  7. A predefined series of learning events designed to meet a specific goal, such as certifying in a particular area or achieving required job skills and knowledge.
  8. Refers to the materials used to teach/learn a single subject or all subjects for any given grade level. May include textbooks, workbooks, worksheets, tests, CD ROMs, CDs, video, DVD, software, computer-based lessons/materials, activities, field trips, and more.
  9. Instructional plan of skills, lessons, and objectives on a particular subject; may be authored by a state, textbook publisher. A teacher typically executes this plan.
  10. A complete program of learning which includes the following components:
  11. The available courses in a program of study at a specific college.
  12. Courses, experiences, and assessments necessary to prepare candidates to teach or work with students at a specific age level and/or to teach a specific subject area.
  13. the program that must be followed to educate children at each grade level. The curriculum describes the expectations (skills and knowledge) that students must acquire as well as the achievement level (mark or grade). ...
  14. Curriculum is the embodiment of a programme of learning and includes philosophy, content, approach and assessment.
  15. is the content of the components or modules which the learner will follow. [Top]
  16. A set of Mentor Mother and Site Coordinator training modules on key topics necessary to support holistic PMTCT services. Entitled Helping Mothers Savings Babies, the curriculum includes a trainer manual, a participant manual and presentation materials.
  17. The process and substance of an educational program, comprising the purpose, design, conduct and evaluation of educational experiences. ...
  18. describes the details of study performances and teaching included in the course
  19. A specific learning process or opportunity by which a JMP member may reasonably achieve a competency, and satisfy a Benchmark.
  20. A prescribed set of courses leading to a degree or certificate.
  21. translation of educational goals into an organized set of intended learning outcomes and instructional plans
  22. A plan of instruction that details what students are to know, how they are to learn it, what the teacher's role is, and the context in which learning and teaching will take place.
  23. A body of material that defines the content to be taught and the methods to be used.
  24. This is the structure and content of your course.
  25. An established sequence of information to be learned and/or skills to be acquired in a specific course or in a complete instructional program. Or, the courses offered by a department, division, or college.