The role of the primary school teacher in curriculum development: a study of the Scottish and Zimbabwean practice
Khimbini, Vinah Violet
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The Scottish national curriculum is based on the aim that teaching methods used must be fitted to the stage of development of the children. Thus, the Scottish Consultative Council on Curriculum is tasked to develop guidelines for Scottish primary schools.
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