A need for a framework for Curriculum Evaluation in Oman

Khalid Salim Al-Jardani*, Saedah Siraj**, Nabeel Abedalaziz***
* Curriculum Officer for English Language, Deportment of Human Science, Ministry of Education, Oman.
** Ph.D, Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Malaya, Malaysia.
*** Ph.D, Lecturer, Deportment of Educational Psychology, University of Malaya, Malaysia.
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The field of curriculum evaluation is a key part of the educational process. This means that this area needs to be developed continuously and requires ongoing research. This paper highlights curriculum evaluation in Oman, different evaluation procedures and methods and instruments used. The need for a framework for curriculum evaluation is a vital part of this research. This research ensures the need for developing the framework for curriculum evaluation by involving 7 curriculum officers. They stress the need for it in the Omani context.


Curriculum Evaluation, Developing A Framework, Oman, Curriculum Officers.

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Al-Jardani, K. S., Siraj, S.,and Abedalaziz, N. (2012). A Need For A Framework For Curriculum Evaluation In Oman. i-manager’s Journal on English Language Teaching, 2(4), 1-6.


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