Curricular process

The curricular process is defined as a sequence of inputs and outputs of transformations of concept, as well as sequence
of five variant forms of curriculum (conceptual, intended, projected, implemented divided into implemented curriculum 1 and implemented curriculum 2, and attained curriculum).

Scientific system of physics ® Conceptual curriculum

Conceptual curriculum ® Intended curriculum

Intended curriculum ® Projected curriculum and Implemented curriculum 1

Projected curriculum and Implemented curriculum 1 ® Implemented curriculum 2

Implemented curriculum 2 ® Attained curriculum

The curricular process is based on the summary of inputs and outputs the sequence of consequential variant forms of curriculum:

a) Conceptual curriculum as an expression of communicable scientific system, 

b) Intended curriculum as an expression of didactic system, 

c) Projected curriculum and Implemented curriculum 1 as an expression of educational project and preparing of teacher for education, 

d) Implemented curriculum 2 as an expression of results education (outputs of education) in the sense of educants of education,

e) Attained curriculum as an expression of permanent component of education and its application as an effect of education (expression applicable outputs of education).
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