The Formulation of Educational Objectives over Time Over the past 100 years, the formulation of educational objectives has shifted from statements about specific faculties and formal disciplines to statements about behavioural objectives, statements about general attitudes, and statements about meeting the needs of children. The question that arises is this: does this significant change indicate progressive development when it comes to talk about curriculum planning? Over the next few pages, it will be argued that the new changes have largely been good insofar as they have sparked individualized instruction which clearly aids children who have learning disabilities or behavioural issues that impinge upon their educational proficiency. At...The end:
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