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What does K12 Curriculum Development include?

Basically, everything that you might have studied or want the students to study in a class: your study material, the in-depth content in textbooks, the assignments & projects, and assessments! Even the schedule of your lectures must've been designed and specified clearly by someone.

The process of Curriculum Development includes implementing various strategies and methods in order to achieve individual student's overall development and meet distinct learning objectives. The process of curriculum development includes everything; right from Content Development Services (Study Materials, Live-Video Solutions, Podcasts, Animated-Video Solutions), Assessment Development Services (Test-paper preparation), scheduling and providing manuals to teachers and students for better understanding.

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Problem?

 

The development, designing and implementation of a curriculum is not an easy task. If not designed properly, it can lead to failure of students on a significant level. At times, teachers and curriculum planners repeat the conventional process without understanding the requirement of the new world. Also, freelance curriculum developers tend to avoid the innovations and a change of their perspective, which ultimately seizes the learning process.

With the rise of educational technology, diverse types of students have started attending higher educational institutions and by understanding their need and following a few fundamental guidelines and framework of curriculum developement, the curriculum can be developed in an innovative manner.

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Solution?

 

Our team of Curriculum Designers who develop according to your need, provide innovative improvements to the process, and help institutions achieve the specified learning objectives through basic funadmental methods.

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Types

 
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Subject-Oriented

An index of topics for all subjects; Covers all subjects; Explanation through videos and infographics; Detailed study materials;
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Learner-Oriented

Focuses on individual's needs; empowers learners through choices; differentiated instructional plans; Motivates students;
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Problem-Oriented

Formulates solutions directly; developes critical-thinking and decision-making skills; exposed to real-life situations; encourages creativity and interaction in classrooms;

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How do we do it?

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