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This broad comprehensive introduction to curriculum theory and practice highlights major philosophies and principles and examines the conflicting conception of curriculum.
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Fifth Edition Curriculum A Comprehensive Introduction John McNeil, University of California, Los Angeles "The material on selecting learning activities and planning instruction is especially interesting...The section on qualitative research is timely and relevant...On the basis of having taught curriculum theory for 2 years I consider it [the text] to be one of the best of its class." —Clifford A. Hardy, University of North Texas "I found the chapter on the Academic Subjects Curriculum to be improved and more valuable than ever." —E. John Kleinert, University of Miami "I think he [McNeil] has done a great deal of first-rate updating...This is my present textbook (I’ve been using McNeil for years)." —John McLure, University of Iowa Curriculum offers a broad, comprehensive introduction to curriculum theory and practice, highlighting major philosophies and principles in the context of several conceptions of curriculum. The text presents a balanced analysis of humanistic, social reconstructionist, technological, and academic perspectives to help future educators understand practices, issues, and possible achievements in the curriculum. The fifth edition includes treatment of the constructivists’ view of learning, and revised chapters on change, politics, and the teaching of subject fields.
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