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close this bookGuide Book for TVE Teacher Education Curriculum Development and Adaptation (NITE - UNESCO, 1996, 32 p.)
close this folderSECTION C - STEPS FOR CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
View the document1. DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
View the document2. IDENTIFICATION OF CLIENT GROUP AND CONTEXT
View the document3. PREPARATION OF DATA
View the document4. ANALYSIS OF DATA
View the document5. JOB EXPECTATIONS OF A TVE TEACHER
View the document6. CONTENT
View the document7. STRUCTURE
View the document8. INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING - DELIVERY SYSTEMS
View the document9. ASSESSMENT PLANNING
View the document10. PREPARATION FOR IMPLEMENTATION
View the document11. PREPARATION OF CURRICULUM DOCUMENTS
View the document12. TRIALING AND VALIDATION

7. STRUCTURE

Alternate-I

The standard teacher education curriculum is a 4 year programme toward an initial bachelors degree, structured thus:


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An alternate structure is based upon the completion of a 3 year Industrial Engineering Technician Curriculum, with at least one year of experience in the trade, after which one year of pedagogical studies are undertaken.


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Alternate-II


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Checklist for Course Structure

When developing a structure for the course/programme, the developer should be able to identify:

¨ Strategies for determining the structure of the course
¨ Rules for modules selection
¨ Sequencing of modules
¨ Requirements to receive the qualification(s)
¨ Exit points
¨ Entry requirements
¨ On-Job Training requirements to complete the course.