Curriculum Change Dynamics in Developing Economies (CCDDE)

 

Special Issue Title: Curriculum Change Dynamics in Developing Economies (CCDDE)

Aims and Objectives:

  • Explore perceptions and attitudes of curriculum change from different perspectives as argued by developing economies
  • Discuss historical/theoretical/conceptual underpinnings of curriculum change
  • Describe implications and challenges of curriculum change as a phenomenal agenda in developing economies
  • Discover and analyze key models in curriculum change
  • Evaluate developing economies preparedness for curriculum change
  • Determine funding as a catalyst  for curriculum change in developing economies
  •  Investigate the relationship between capacity building and curriculum change

Intented Readership:

Curriculum designers, curriculum developers, curriculum administrators, curriculum evaluators, curriculum implementers, other education stakeholders

Subject Coverage:

  • Perception and Attitudes from developing economies
  • Historical/Theoretical/conceptual/methodological underpinnings of curriculum change
  • An analysis of models of curriculum change in curriculum change in developing economies
  • Implications and challenges of curriculum change in developing economies
  • Preparedness of developing economies in matters of curriculum change
  • Funding as a catalyst for curriculum change in developing economies
  • Capacity building and curriculum change in developing conomies

Guest Editor:

Prof. Lazarus Ndiku Makewa, PhD, University of Eastern Africa, Baraton, P.O. Box 2500, Eldoret, Kenya.

Email: ndikul@gmail.com

Submission Dates:

  • Submission of Manuscripts: April 30, 2014
  • Notification of Acceptance to Authors: 10 days after submission.
  • Final Version: May 30, 2014

Publication Fee: $50 per paper