Schubert, William H.
June 2003
Curriculum & Teaching Dialogue;2003, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p9
Academic Journal
Focuses on the experiences of several educators in teaching curriculum studies in the U.S. Background on the development of a perspective on teaching curriculum studies; Several recurrent curriculum orientations or ideologies that emerged in each decade of the twentieth century; Discussion on the meaning of understanding the knowledge base; Different alterative approaches developed to teaching curriculum studies; Implication of the curriculum-curriculum assignment.


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