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Q: describe the wheeler model curriculum development
A: Wheeler’s model for curriculum development was a circular model as opposed to the straight line model of previous teachings.This model has five procedures : Selecting an objective, choosing learning experience, choosing content, organizing and integrating learning experience and content, and evaluating.This model has a feedback mechanism, so it provides students with ways to measure
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Wheeler’s model for curriculum development was a circular model as opposed to the straight line model of previous teachings.This model has five procedures : Selecting an objective, choosing learning experience, choosing content, organizing and integrating learning experience and content, and evaluating.This model has a feedback mechanism, so it provides students with ways to measure their progress or accuracy. The objective under the Wheeler model includes behavioral characteristics,and these behavioral objectives have many advantages if applied to curriculum design. It also sets the school objective as a final step in as well as the first. Thus the curricular model remarks educators to refer to their objectives in their evaluative stage. Wheeler’s model divides into many details as middle objectives. The aggregation of middle objectives comprises the final objective. Middle objectives can further lead to the near future objective which can be achieved within short period. Eventually, based upon near-future objectives, it also leads to the concrete objective.
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