1. CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 1.1 Concepts of formal education and school curriculum - Historical, philosophical, epistemological, ethical, social, political, ideological, psychological, and pedagogical foundations of the curriculum - Contemporary theories, and curricular orientations and guidelines 1.2 Understanding the meaning and field of curriculum development - Defining and planning curricular development: pre-active, interactive and post-active phases of teaching - Documents that support and guide curricular processes: components, characteristics and forms - Analysis of curricular documents and situations: criteria, tools and procedures - Structuring functional micro-curricular processes: principles, specificities and uses 2. ASSESSMENT 2.1 Assessment: periods and paradigms 2.2 Modes of assessing learning processes 2.3 Developing a referenciation methodology 2.4 Test typologies and specification tables 2.5 Designing assessment processes?????
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