Curriculum : foundations, principles, and issues, global by Allan C. Ornstein, Francis P. Hunkins

By Allan C. Ornstein, Francis P. Hunkins

Geared for graduate and doctoral point scholars focusing on curriculum supervision and management and academic management. can also be applicable for a few higher point undergraduate and graduate point introductory schooling courses.

  

A finished, completely documented, balanced review of the rules, ideas, and problems with curriculum–from leaders within the field.

 

This balanced, complete view of the entire box of curriculum encourages readers to contemplate offerings and formulate their very own perspectives on curriculum foundations, ideas, and concerns. instead of targeting both idea or perform, or advancing a specific political or social place, or coming near near the sector of curriculum as an administrative problem, this e-book supplies readers the data they should increase their very own critiques on curriculum this present day in addition to their outlooks for the longer term. Curriculum: Foundations, rules, and Issues covers the newest subject matters in schooling that influence the curriculum and lines studying results, dialogue Questions, and Curriculum how to increase figuring out of the cloth.

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Curriculum : foundations, principles, and issues, global edition

Geared for graduate and doctoral point scholars focusing on curriculum supervision and management and academic management. can also be applicable for a few higher point undergraduate and graduate point introductory schooling classes.   A entire, completely documented, balanced assessment of the rules, rules, and problems with curriculum–from leaders within the box.

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92 Based on traditional theories of social organization and open systems and our current knowledge of effective schools, we see the teacher’s role in curriculum making as central. Teachers bring the curriculum to life through instruction. Their diverse methods of instruction—which might include lectures, close reading, discussions, and group work—will shape how students receive the curriculum. One topic, like the Gettysburg Address, can produce many different curricula depending on the teacher—even if he or she references the same textbook.

5–12; William H. Schubert, Curriculum Books: The First Eighty Years (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1980); and James T. Sears and J. , Teaching and Thinking about Curriculum (New York: Teachers College Press, Columbia University, 1990). 4. Raymond Callahan, Education and the Cult of Efficiency (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1962). Bobbitt, The Curriculum, p. 283. 6. Franklin Bobbitt, How to Make a Curriculum (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1924), pp. 14, 28. Tyler, Basic Principles of Curriculum and Instruction, p.

Notes 1. Allan C. Ornstein, Edward Pajak, and Stacey B. Ornstein, Contemporary Issues in Curriculum, 6th ed. (Boston: �Allyn & Bacon, 2015); and Jon Wiles, Curriculum Essentials, 2nd ed. (Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 2005). 2. Franklin Bobbitt, The Curriculum (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1918); W. W. Charters, Curriculum Construction (New York: Macmillan, 1923); Ralph W. Tyler, Basic � Principles of Curriculum and Instruction (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1949); and Hilda Taba, �Curriculum Development: Theory and Practice (New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1962).

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