/kəˈrɪk yə ləm/
/kəˈrɪk yə lə/
the aggregate of courses of study given in a school, college, university, etc.:
The school is adding more science courses to its curriculum.
the regular or a particular course of study in a school, college, etc.
action of running, course of action, race, chariot, equivalent to
) to run +
a course of study in one subject at a school or college
a list of all the courses of study offered by a school or college
any programme or plan of activities
[C19: from Latin: course, from
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The free-wheeling curriculum has no academic departments and little required study.
His place in the curriculum is established, but he is hardly popular as a subject of teaching or scholarship.
Heroic deeds-- notably, that of a schoolteacher who died saving the emperor's picture from a fire--embellished the curriculum.
The retreat into irrelevance is visible all across the humanities curriculum.
The curriculum has evolved from making matchbox holders in woodworking to designing circuit boards and electronics.
But they were poems you might have in a high-school curriculum.
For teachers with evolution in their curriculum, this book is good enough to be a sole resource.
While faculty members may not engage in much research, they work together to maintain a common curriculum.
He added coaches to help teachers conform to a new curriculum and tests.
Previously, she worked as a curriculum development writer for an educational company.
From the north, government core curriculum standards are squeezing out school recess.
Criteria included the quality of the curriculum, faculty, facilities and infrastructure.
It has also won support from independent groups that advise teachers on curriculum choices.
Instead of chalk and talk, children learn by doing-and do so in a way that tears up the usual subject-based curriculum altogether.
Foremost is an unparalleled internationalism-in the student body, the faculty and the curriculum.
Make-work schemes mop up some of the jobless, but may blot a curriculum vitae.
Solving it led to another web page where they were finally invited to submit their curriculum vitae.
It might seem a bit of a leap to go from here to putting poker on the curriculum.
Use the countries suggested above or others that might be important in your curriculum.
But the implications of the shift are hotly debated, both for the future of students' writing and for the college curriculum.
Responsibilities of the position include a normal teaching load, curriculum oversight, academic advising.
Teacher-scholar asked if holistic grading can be used to grade the writing but not the content of essays across the curriculum.
Marriage and the benefits of marriage continued to be an integral part of the curriculum.
Others are delving into a curriculum that victims' family members helped create.
The secret is a first-year curriculum that is carefully designed to inspire repeated, meaningful interactions among its students.
Curriculum is the entire range of experiences that children have at school.
Primary school curriculum of the department of education and science.