The curriculum and society

Barbareev, Kiril (2014) The curriculum and society. In: 5. International Scientific and Expert Conference. Cultural Identity in the Digital Era, 03-04 Apr 2014, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Through curricula, society expresses and determines its identity. The curriculum is always a more or less successful picture of what society was in the past, what it is now and what it wants to be in the future. A number of stakeholders and individuals cannot be indifferent to questions like: why, what and how to do it. The basic purpose of determinations (why), content (what) and methods (how) are a kind of a pedagogical vision of the future of a society and determine-that members of a society can be and what human potential can be developed. It largely depends on a successfully prepared curriculum. The question of which we will indulge in this paper is the culture of excellence in university teaching. Whether the quality of university teaching came to the level of metaphysics and became the essence of herself? Bologna process as a modern European trend is designed to cover effective models for teaching the student clearly knows what he teaches and learns why. Do we use models of motivation for academic achievement of students and teachers at universities in Macedonia? Is there a culture of quality? The results of the survey which included students in their final years and graduates as well as business community, showed that more than 60% of graduates have deficiencies in key professional working skills. More than 51% of students said they have not gained any practical skills during their studies. Young people in the region (1) does not possess the appropriate skills for employment, mainly skills that are listed by employers, and (2) there is no relationship between universities, students and society.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
Uncontrolled Keywords: curriculum, education, educational policy, society.
Subjects: Social Sciences > Educational sciences
Divisions: Faculty of Educational Science
Depositing User: Kiril Barbareev
Date Deposited: 09 Apr 2014 08:28
Last Modified: 09 Apr 2014 08:28

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