Intended for graduate level curriculum courses, this concise text focuses on the process of curriculum development and the process of making practical curriculum decisions. It examines the external factors influencing curriculum development, such as politics, society, and personal attitudes, while presenting readers with a variety of approaches to curriculum development.
Table of Contents
1. The Character of Curriculum. 2. Approaches to Curriculum. 3. Curriculum History. 4. Curriculum Theorizing. 5. Curriculum Development and Change. 6. Curriculum Planning: Levels and Participants. 7. Curriculum Implementation. 8. Curriculum Evaluation and Student Assessment. 9. Politics and Curriculum Decision Making. Index.