How Does Broad Field Curriculum Differ From Subject Curriculum?

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A curriculum is the term used to describe a set of courses or programmes that are provided by an educational institution for the purpose of formal education.

A vital part of the curriculum is the defining of the goals of the course that is usually denoted in terms of learning outcomes and my way of assessment.

Subject curriculum or core curriculum is a course of study that is made compulsory for all the pupils in an educational system, especially schools. Colleges and universities have some core curriculum, but here students have more flexibility to choose from a variety of options. Subject curriculum is basically the theory matter that is taught.

Field curriculum is a course of study that has recently developed and is gaining increasing popularity. It involves filed work and projects that give the student a more practical type of knowledge as opposed to theory.

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