Masrifah Hidayani


The curriculum is an educational plan that summarizes the learning experiences provided for pupils in schools. In the integrated curriculum philosophy, values, knowledge, and education actions. The curriculum was developed by the experts of education/curriculum experts, expert knowledge, educators, education officials, businessmen and other community elements. Developments in the world of education should be able to improve the quality of students, to follow these developments certainly need to be accompanied by the development of the curriculum by the school to improve the quality of their students by adjusting the situation in each school. Curriculum as the substance of education in the implementation must be tailored to the needs of students, state schools, state schools, and school districts. Curriculum development process, involving principals, teachers, and other education personnel. Curriculum development process carried out in conformance with curriculum components such as: (1) Objectives, (2) the Content or materials (Subjects), (3) process (Strategies) or the delivery of media, (4) Evaluation influenced by conditions of teachers, students, and the means provided madrasah.


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