The students at the end of the course should be able:
1. to understand the concept and form of the Curricula
2. to recognize the basic characteristics, the kinds of curricula, their philosophy, their morphology according to their kind and orientation
3. to know the ways with which the curricula are structured and the basic principles of their design
4. to recognize the research methods and tools needed to be used for their study
5. to be able to create their own curricula (as exercise).
Course Content (Syllabus)
Concept of curricula and their models. Factors that influence the design and reformation of the curricula. Intercultural principles and intercultural elements in the new Curricula. New Curricula and ICT. Theoretical and practical approach of various courses. Taxonomy/structure and organising of the Curricula. Hidden/formal/applied curricula. Multicultural Curricula. The presence of the ICT in the Curricula of 2003 and 2017 and through the comparison of their content and the suggested activities is clarified how is imprinted the trend of the Society of Information and the skills required by the students.
In the curricula for Religion is registered the differentiation of the presence of the "other", which shows the change in the composisiton of the society and the ideas of their citizens.
curricula, multicultural, intercultural, ICT, Religious Education