49CHAPTER 3 The Role of Faculty in Curriculum Development and Evaluation Sarah B. Keating OBJECTIVES Upon completion of Chapter 3, the reader will be able to: 1. Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD), initially Kenya Institute of Education (KIE) is the national curriculum development centre established through the KICD Act No. This Study aims to identify the role of the educational supervisor in curriculum development from the point of view of the teachers from secondary schools in the Education Directorate of Mafraq- district in Jordan, and the impact of the Gender, experience in defining the role of the educational supervisor in curriculum development. Participate in faculty development activities to increase knowledge and skills in curriculum development and evaluation 2. It is a process and a flow from theory to practice and the feed of curriculum stands on the trench hold of becoming ordered. Provision of Funds. In Nigeria, curriculum development in the schools is greatly influenced by the culture in which the school situates. Studies have shown the leadership power is crucial in schools' implementation of curriculum reforms (Sleegers, Geijsel & Van den Berg, 2002). bring about changes and curriculum development in schools. The community generates funds for the development of the school … To ensure correct interpretation and implementation of curriculum and syllabi; ... school head was assisted by School Development Committees and School Development Associations (Chikoko, 2007). A THE ROLE OF STAKEHOLDERS IN CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATIONMr. Schools should have a sound management system which involves the participation of various stakeholders, including teachers and parents etc. Clearly, the teachers’ roles in curriculum design and development process are extremely significant; therefore, senior administrators at the curriculum development centres, ACARA for instance, should never ignore the teachers’ roles, responsibilities, and contributions in the entire process. The role of the director at the school before the implementation of new curriculum reform in the curriculum , have to do with : - Knowledge and comprehensive analysis of the new reforms the curriculum and instructional leadership role of the principal is more appropriately configured as the facilitator of a process of collaborative inquiry, problem solving, and school development. 53 1. To develop trust among teachers and all stakeholders — parents, students, community members, central office staff and school board members — leaders must be honest and up-front with them. Ronnie Z. Valenciano Jr. BSE 3B 2. Role of Stakeholders In Curriculum Development 1. i DECLARATION I, Wilfred Mazani, declare that Principals‟ role in the implementation of curriculum strategy in Zimbabwean polytechnics is my own work and that all the sources that I have used or quoted have been indicated and acknowledged by means of complete 4 of 2013 of the laws of Kenya. The Roles of the Community to the School The community in appreciation of the roles of the school to the community and for mutual co-existence performs the following functions to the school. The school will not be the kind of place where teachers want to be if they don’t trust the administration. Analyze the role and responsibilities of faculty in curriculum development and evaluation including: a. The school management should also establish a good management culture to facilitate the professional development of teachers and create a harmonious school atmosphere.