Curriculum

The total programme of work and activities of a school to meet the pupils' needs.

Curriculum

The sum of all the experiences to which a child is exposed at school, both inside and outside the classroom.

Curriculum

A planned approach to learning made up of identified activities.

Curriculum

In formal education, a curriculum (əm; plural: curricula ə or curriculums) is the planned interaction of pupils with instructional content, materials, resources, and processes for evaluating the attainment of educational objectives. Other definitions combine various elements to describe curriculum as follows: == Etymology == As an idea, curricul...
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curriculum

(from the article `education, philosophy of`) Many problems of educational practice that raise philosophical issues fall under this heading. Which subjects are most worth teaching or learning? ... ...deepened, and invigorated,` Eliot demanded a place for the sciences as well as the humanities in any sound program of liberal educati...
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Curriculum

(plural curricula) The set of courses and their contents offered by an institution such as a school or university. In some cases, a curriculum may be partially or entirely determined by an external body (such as the National Curriculum for England in English schools). In the U.S., the basic curriculum is established by each state with the individua...
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Curriculum

(plural curricula) The set of courses and their contents offered by an institution such as a school or university. In some cases, a curriculum may be partially or entirely determined by an external body (such as the National Curriculum for England in English schools). In the U.S., the basic curriculum is established by each state with the individua...
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Curriculum

(plural curricula): 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.
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Curriculum

• (n.) A course; particularly, a specified fixed course of study, as in a university. • (n.) A race course; a place for running.
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Curriculum

Cur·ric'u·lum noun ; plural English Curriculums (-l...mz), Latin Curricula (-l...). [ Latin See Curricle .] 1. A race course; a place for running. 2. A course; particularly, a specified fixed course of study, as in a university.
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curriculum

A course of study offered by an educational institution. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Curriculum

A curriculum is a program of courses approved for a particular degree or certificate. To earn a degr
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curriculum

a running, race, lap around the track, course.
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curriculum

an integrated course of academic studies
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curriculum

an integrated course of academic studies
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curriculum

course of study 
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curriculum

curriculum (singular)
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curriculum

Latin, meaning: a running, race, lap around the track, course.
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Curriculum

Originally, in Latin, a curriculum was the course over which a race was run, hence the term became used for the whole course of study at a university necessary to qualify for a particular degree, and later extended to school education also.
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Curriculum

The body of courses and other formally established learning experiences which constitute a program of study.
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Curriculum

The word curriculum has its roots in the Latin word for track or racecourse. From there it came to mean course of study or syllabus. Today the definition is much wider and includes all the planned learning experiences of a school or educational institution [18]. A curriculum is therefore defined more widely than a syllabus and includes: content; te...
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