An Analysis of Involving Teachers in Curriculum Development Process in Sindh, Pakistan

  • Nadir Ali Mugheri
  • Sumera Umrani
  • Jan Muhammad Kalyar
Keywords: Technology, Globalization, Sindh, Pakistan, Curriculum, Development, Education

Abstract

An edifying system is based on a curriculum in order to put in order and implement the effective educational process. The syllabus, curriculum or prospectus is nothing but a significance source which lends a hand to practitioners, teachers, faculty members and other driving forces to impart edification and knowledge to the future generations. It is evident that the theory and practice are two different things, hence mere the specialists are not adequate for developing a set of courses or syllabus but the experienced teachers, practitioners and instructors are also required to be involved in the curriculum development process. Undoubtedly, without involvement of experienced individuals, it will be an inflexible task and a narrow escape for curriculum developers to fit a curriculum into an unambiguous perspective under certain settings. The quintessence of achieving the goals pertaining to the curriculum is based upon its assessment, investigation and evaluation in the development process. When the process indicators wrap every aspect at the grassroots stage, then the product would be utilizable and practical. In the developing of curriculum process the most important element is on one ground that   is the choice of content from the point of view of objective consideration. Sometimes during the evaluation of practiced curriculum it is not carried out; consequently, no outcome was extracted for revision of curriculum.  This study shows the curriculum development procedure. Education is the key player to play its role as the backbone of any nation's identity, socio-economic and ethical advancement. Pakistan as a growing economy requires such an educational structure that can meet national and international standards on various spheres and tiers of different departments to compete with the ever-changing demands of globalization.

Published
2020-04-03
Section
Articles