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This paper establishes that the K-12 curriculum is designed following the student-centred teaching and learning . This means that teachers cannot be effective and efficient curriculum workers since they do not have proper training in even the basics of the curriculum.
However, the implementation documents which are cascaded to schools nationwide through the Department of Education seems to negate the principles of the student-centred learning paradigm.
Curriculum studies (CS) is a concentration within curriculum and instruction concerned with understanding curricula as an active force of human educational experience. Specific questions related to curriculum studies include the following: What should be taught in schools? Why should it be taught? To whom should it be taught? What does it mean to be an educated person?
separated, in the thought of John Dewey and other major theorists they are seen as being necessarily related to each other
separated, in the thought of John Dewey and other major theorists they are seen as being necessarily related to each other. These progressive principles have never been the predominant philosophy in American education. From their inception in the 1830s, state systems of common or public schooling have primarily attempted to achieve cultural uniformity, not diversity, and to educate dutiful, not critical citizens.