What are the Magical Effects of

Curriculum has a magical effect on student achievement and teacher quality. And, it is a great opportunity to differentiate your institution. It is NOT a smart idea to gamble your reputation by trusting ONLY on old bureaucratic state board syllabuses.

When teachers thoroughly learn to use a highly effective curriculum, they learn about how to teach a particular subject and have ready-made lessons and materials organized in a developmental sequence that promotes student learning.

How can you tell what makes a good curriculum? It’s not simple. People looking for simple answers will base decisions on the most superficial things: which book other institutions refer to, cover design, greater number of pages, special features, or that they like the sales person. But people looking to implement a quality curriculum have work to do.

First of all if it is going to improve student achievement, a quality curriculum will require changes, changes that faculty and administrators may find uncomfortable. But unless changes are made, how can anyone expect any changes in student achievement?

an Engaging & Immersing Curricula?

Educators must first recognize that the traditional curriculum is not the only content needed. Mainstream curriculum does not include ideas and experiences representing contemporary diverse society.

The curriculum is the heart of a student's school/college experience. The curriculum is an institution’s primary means of changing students in directions valued by the institution’s vision. A number of important principles emerge from the literature on curriculum. These principles apply both to college-wide and more restricted disciplinary curricula and to curricula at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

EdXcellence experts helps institutions develop contemporary curricula in alignment with their vision, mission and learning objectives.

How Does EdXcellence Help?

Developing a philosophy, clear purposes & goals, and theoretically sound processes.

Develop a rational sequence, Continuous assessment & improvement, High quality academic advising.

Define curricular outcomes: Direction for continuous monitoring, Guard against grade inflation etc.