This term is used to refer to syllabus (See syllabus), learning objectives, methods of assessment, teaching methods and materials.
The term is also sometimes used synonymously with syllabus.
Writing a curriculum for a particular learning situation involves understanding a lot about the context in which the teaching and learning will take place.
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