Curricular Integration in Each Area of Learning and the Acquisition of Other Areas of Learning


  • Nereida Balla


The curriculum is understood as a system composed of various interconnected educational goal elements, enabling the social occasion of training organization through training and administrative programs. Curricular reform presents a number of challenges to the Albanian context: Foremost, the conversion from a behavioral approach to a constructive approach will require its time and intensive work of MAS and all the teaching institutions in Albania to train teachers working in the pre-university system. On the other hand, this new challenge in the Albanian education requires cooperative partners such as Albanian Faculties of education, in society to place the emphasis of competence-based approach in their academic course of studies. Together with the changes taking place in our society, new requirements, new relationships in a social environment and labor market, technological innovation and new human aspirations arise, as well. With the myriad numerous fast changes, quantitative and qualitative in all areas of life, our country is currently crystallizing the content of curriculum reform, as one main direction of the reform. The study attempts to answer the following questions: (Pedagogical magazine "Education Review" Tirana 2014): - Is integrated curriculum an answer? - Is it a trend in our education? - Do students really benefit from integrated curriculum? - What are the contemporary approaches to curriculum development? - What kind of problems do teachers face when implementing the curriculum?

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2016.v7n4p173


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Balla, N. (2016). Curricular Integration in Each Area of Learning and the Acquisition of Other Areas of Learning. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 7(4), 173. Retrieved from