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Basic Framwork of the Development and Evaluation of Collated Edition Curriculum

WU Gang - pingCurriculum and teaching Research Institute, Shanghai 200062, China  
Compared with ordinary curriculum, the collated edition curriculum (CEC) has its own peculiarity. Theevaluation of CEC consists of three basic methods, i. e. the background evaluation at the preparatory stage; thesubstantial evaluation at the editing stage; and the diagnostic evaluation at the practicing stage, and three basic levels, i.e. evaluation at the school level at the users level and at the educational system Ievels, Which form the basic framework ofevaluation of CEC.
【CateGory Index】: G642.3
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