Curriculum is the term used to describe the overall program including the resources being used to teach the skills, instructional strategies, and overall Catholic culture of the school.
Curriculum in a Catholic School is based on the school's religious and educational mission. The shared mission, which includes school philosophy and how children learn, and instructional goals and objectives are developed by the principal, teachers, parents, and parish community members. An effective instructional program in a Catholic school takes into consideration the varied student learning styles and unique characteristics of school climate. A holistic approach to education assists the student in growing spiritually, socially, academically, affectively, and physically.
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