The scope and focus of evaluation generally, and of curriculum evaluation in particular, has changed markedly over recent times. With the move towards school-based curriculum development attention has shifted away from measurement and testing alone. More emphasis is now being placed upon a growing number of facets of curriculum development, reflecting the need to collect information and make judgements about all aspects of curriculum activities from planning to implementation. While curriculum theorists and some administrators have realized the significanee of this shift many teachers still appear to feel that curriculum evaluation activities are something which do not directly concern them.
Woods, John D.
"Curriculum Evaluation Models : Practical Applications for Teachers,"
Australian Journal of Teacher Education:
1, Article 1.
Available at: http://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol13/iss1/1