Profession curriculum administrator
Curriculum administrators develop and improve the curricula of education institutions. They analyse the quality of existing curricula and work towards improvement. They communicate with education professionals to ensure an accurate analysis. They report on curriculum developments and perform administrative duties.
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- Curriculum standards
The governmental policies concerning educational curricula and the approved curricula from specific educational institutions.
The discipline that concerns the theory and practice of education including the various instructional methods for educating individuals or groups.
- Identify education needs
Identify the needs of students, organisations and companies in terms of provision of education in order to aid in the development of curricula and education policies.
- Cooperate with education professionals
Communicate with teachers or other professionals working in education in order to identify needs and areas of improvement in education systems, and to establish a collaborative relationship.
- Advise on teaching methods
Advise education professionals on the proper adaptation of curricula in lesson plans, classroom management, professional conduct as a teacher, and other activities and methods related to teaching.
- Develop curriculum
Develop and plan the learning goals and outcomes for education institutions, as well as the required teaching methods and potential education resources.
- Evaluate education programmes
Evaluate ongoing training programmes and advise on potential optimisation.
- Monitor educational developments
Monitor the changes in educational policies, methodologies and research by reviewing relevant literature and liaising with education officials and institutions.
- Monitor curriculum implementation
Monitor the steps taken in educational institutions to implement the approved learning curriculum for said institution to ensure adherence and the use of proper teaching methods and resources.
- Ensure curriculum adherence
Ensure that educational institutions, teachers, and other education officials adhere to the approved curriculum during educational activities and planning.
- Maintain relationships with government agencies
Establish and maintain cordial working relationships with peers in different governmental agencies.
- Analyse the training market
Analyse the market in the training industry in terms of its attractiveness taking market growth rate, trends, size and other elements into account.
- Analyse curriculum
Analyse the existing curricula of educational institutions and from government policy in order to identify gaps or issues, and to develop improvements.
- Advise on lesson plans
Analyse policy issues which impact on students’ experience of education. Advise on the ways in which lesson plans for specific lessons can be improved in order to reach education goals, engage the students and adhere to the curriculum.
Optional knowledge and skillsinspect education institutions e-learning advise on curriculum development establish educational network ensure compliance with policies advise on legislative acts present reports budgetary principles provide feedback to teachers special needs education develop e-learning plan develop a pedagogical concept learning technologies implement strategic planning think analytically
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