Content Analysis of Curriculum Evaluation Models Studies During: 2000-2020


  • reem jawabreh Palestine Technical University-Kadoorie
  • Nüket Gündüz Near East University


curriculum evaluation, evaluation models, content analysis, teaching and learning strategies


Curriculum evaluation is the process of assessing the effectiveness of a curriculum in achieving its intended goals and objectives. It involves collecting and analyzing data on various aspects of the curriculum, such as its content, delivery, and outcomes, and using this information to make decisions about how to improve the curriculum. The purpose of the evaluation may also vary, such as to determine if the curriculum is meeting the needs of students, to assess the effectiveness of teaching and learning strategies, or to ensure that the curriculum meets accreditation standards. This study aimed to analyze curriculum evaluation studies conducted between the years 2000 and 2020 and determine the study trends in terms of methodology, publishing years, countries, sample type, evaluation model type, and evaluated curriculum. The study used a content analysis method; 100 articles were analyzed. Besides, most of the studies focused on evaluating undergraduate students, which was the most commonly used sample type. It also indicated that most studies were done as mixed research, with high school curriculum, English, and science being the most heavily evaluated. Overall, curriculum evaluation is an important process that can help educators ensure that their curriculum is relevant, effective, and meets the needs of their students. It can also help to improve teaching and learning outcomes and ensure that educational institutions are meeting standards.




How to Cite

jawabreh, reem, & Gündüz, N. (2023). Content Analysis of Curriculum Evaluation Models Studies During: 2000-2020. Near East University Online Journal of Education, 6(1), 14–24. Retrieved from