Vol. 1 No. 1 (1985)
Articles

Curriculum Development in Trinidad and Tobago - Modern Languages - Practice, Problems, Probability - Past, Present and Future

Jeanette Morris
The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus
Bio

Keywords

  • Secondary School Curriculum,
  • Curriculum Development,
  • Modern Languages,
  • Trinidad and Tobago

Abstract

Curriculum development can take the form of improvement of the existing curriculum, for example by extending its scope, or can mean fundamental changes in the organization and content of the curriculum. In discussing these two aspects of curriculum development, Beddoe points out that curriculum change implies changing goals and means, as well as the individuals who are to implement the changes.