Validity in the teaching – Learning process: a call for curriculum reforms

Validity in the teaching – Learning process: a call for curriculum reforms

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Validity in the teaching - Learning process: a call for curriculum reforms

The content of what an everyday classroom teacher must learn to be effective has increased exponentially in line with the pressure of global change, as such, calls for change issues in curriculum and instruction to ensure validity as well as sustainability in the educational system cannot be over looked. The call for alignment of every day classroom instructions with the curriculum goals and objectives to guarantee valid outputs cannot also be ignored. This study employed the survey research design and qualitatively examined the issue of validity in the teaching-learning process of some tertiary institutions in South-Eastern Nigeria to ascertain the validity of instructional service delivery. A validity gap was found between the curriculum content and the instructional process. As a result, proactive curriculum reforms were recommended among other things.Keywords: Validity, teaching, learning, curriculum, reforms.

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