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Curriculum Leadership: Readings for Developing Quality Educational Programs

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Edition:
9th
ISBN13:

9780205449606

ISBN10:
0205449603
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2010
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall

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Summary

The eighth edition of Curriculum Planning is a selection of readings that presents the knowledge, skills, and alternative strategies needed by curriculum planners and teachers at all levels of education, from early childhood through adulthood. The book offers a variety of learning experiences for students with wide-ranging interests, learning styles, and backgrounds.Part I, "Bases for Curriculum Planning," emphasizes the development of knowledge and skills in the three bases of the curriculum - social forces, human development, and learning and learning styles. Part II, "Developing and Implementing the Curriculum," includes two new chapters: Chapter 5, "Developing the Curriculum," examines curriculum designs that can be used to develop (i.e., write) curricula. And, Chapter 6, "Curriculum and Instruction," focuses on the interrelationships between curriculum and instruction. Part III, "The Curriculum in Action," emphasizes the application of curriculum planning skills for educational programs for children; early, middle, and late adolescents; and adult learners. At each level, current trends, innovations, and issues are examined from both theoretical and practical viewpoints.The eighth edition includes 43 new articles, nine of which were written for this book, and two new chapters: Ch. 5 "Developing the Curriculum" and Ch. 6 "Curriculum and Instruction."

Table of Contents

Preface xi
PART I: Bases for Curriculum Planning
1(218)
Goals and Values
1(50)
Focus Questions
1(1)
Definitions of Curriculum
2(2)
Differences between Curriculum and Instruction
2(1)
A Comprehensive Definition of Curriculum
3(1)
Bases of the Curriculum
4(1)
Social Forces
4(1)
Theories of Human Development
4(1)
The Nature of Learning and Learning Styles
4(1)
Emphasizing Curriculum Bases
5(1)
Curriculum Criteria
5(1)
Curriculum Goals
6(1)
Values in Curriculum Planning
7(1)
Criterion Questions---Goals and Values
8(1)
References
8(1)
So What Does It Take to Build a School for Democracy?
9(8)
Deborah Meier
A Morally Defensible Mission for Schools in the 21st Century
17(6)
Nel Noddings
Perspectives on Four Curriculum Traditions
23(5)
William H. Schubert
A Cross-Cutting Approach to the Curriculum: The Moving Wheel
28(3)
Theodore Brameld
The Organization and Subject-Matter of General Education
31(3)
Robert M. Hutchins
The Case for Essentialism in Education
34(4)
William C. Bagley
The Case for Progressivism in Education
38(3)
William Heard Kilpatrick
Traditional vs. Progressive Education
41(3)
John Dewey
Teachers' Voices---Putting Theory Into Practice
Values: The Implicit Curriculum
44(4)
Linda Inlay
Learning Activities
48(3)
Critical Thinking
48(1)
Application Activities
49(1)
Field Experiences
49(1)
Internet Activities
50(1)
Social Forces: Present and Future
51(70)
Focus Questions
51(1)
Curriculum and the Future
52(11)
Social Forces and the Individual
57(2)
Levels of Social Forces
59(1)
Concepts from the Social Sciences
60(2)
Futures Planning
62(1)
Criterion Questions---Social Forces
63(1)
References
64(1)
Inflating the Life Rafts of NCLB: Making Public School Choice and Supplemental Services Work for Students in Troubled Schools
65(9)
Frederick M. Hess
Chester E. Finn, Jr.
Failing Our Children: No Child Left Behind Undermines Quality and Equity in Education
74(7)
Lisa Guisbond
Monty Neill
The ``Three A's'' of Creating an Inclusive Curriculum and Classroom
81(7)
Tina M. Anctil
Multicultural Education and Curriculum Transformation
88(10)
James A. Banks
Making a Case for Media Literacy in the Curriculum: Outcomes and Assessment
98(5)
Erica Scharrer
Remembering Capital: On the Connections between French Fries and Education
103(9)
Michael W. Apple
Teachers' Voices---Putting Theory Into Practice
Teaching Media-Savvy Students about the Popular Media
112(7)
Kevin Maness
Learning Activities
119(2)
Critical Thinking
119(1)
Application Activities
119(1)
Field Experiences
120(1)
Internet Activities
120(1)
Human Development
121(44)
Focus Questions
121(2)
Theories of Human Development
123(2)
Piaget's Model of Cognitive Development
123(1)
Erikson's Model of Psychosocial Development
124(1)
Kohlberg's and Gilligan's Models for Moral Development
124(1)
Criterion Questions---Human Development
125(1)
References
125(1)
My Idea of Education
126(3)
Ashley Montagu
Toward a Strategy for Healthy Adolescent Development
129(7)
David A. Hamburg
The Cognitive--Developmental Approach to Moral Education
136(13)
Lawrence Kohlberg
Woman's Place in Man's Life Cycle
149(4)
Carol Gilligan
Organize Schools around Child Development
153(2)
James P. Comer
Waldorf Schools: Education for the Head, Hands, and Heart
155(4)
Christopher Bamford
Eric Utne
Teachers' Voices---Putting Theory Into Practice
A First-Year Teacher Tells It All
159(4)
Molly Ness
Learning Activities
163(2)
Critical Thinking
163(1)
Application Activities
163(1)
Field Experiences
164(1)
Internet Activities
164(1)
Learning and Learning Styles
165(54)
Focus Questions
165(1)
Behavioral Learning Theories
166(1)
Social Learning Theories
166(1)
Cognitive Learning Theories
167(2)
Cognitive Science
167(1)
Gestalt-Field Views of Learning
168(1)
Constructivist Learning Theories
168(1)
Learning Styles
169(2)
Multiple Intelligences
170(1)
Criterion Questions---Learning and Learning Styles
171(1)
References
171(1)
Cognitive Science and Its Implications for Education
172(4)
Gary D. Kruse
Let's Put Brain Science on the Back Burner
176(7)
John T. Bruer
Probing More Deeply into the Theory of Multiple Intelligences
183(5)
Howard Gardner
Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due
188(5)
Kathie F. Nunley
Learning Styles from a Multicultural Perspective: The Case for Culturally Engaged Education
193(6)
Cynthia B. Dillard
Dionne A. Blue
Authentic Assessment and Student Performance in Inclusive Secondary Schools
199(9)
M. Bruce King
Jennifer Schroeder
David Chawszczewski
Teachers' Voices---Putting Theory Into Practice
Lifelines: An Ethnographic Study of an IEP Student
208(8)
Elsa C. Bro
Learning Activities
216(3)
Critical Thinking
216(1)
Application Activities
216(1)
Field Experiences
216(1)
Internet Activities
217(2)
PART II: Developing and Implementing the Curriculum
219(104)
Approaches to Curriculum Development
219(51)
Focus Questions
219(1)
Approaches to Curriculum Development
220(3)
The Focus of Curriculum Development
221(1)
Student-Centered versus Subject-Centered Curricula
222(1)
The Curriculum Development Process
223(6)
Standards and Curriculum Development
223(2)
Content and Performance Standards
225(1)
Standards Developed by Professional Associations
226(1)
Aligning Curricula and Textbooks with Standards
226(1)
Curriculum Frameworks
227(1)
Standards and No Child Left Behind (NCLB)
227(1)
Technology and Curriculum Development
228(1)
Students and Curriculum Development
228(1)
Criterion Questions---Curriculum Development
229(1)
References
229(1)
Appendix
230(1)
The Sources of a Science of Education
231(5)
John Dewey
Teachers, Public Life, and Curriculum Reform
236(8)
Henry A. Giroux
Who Should Plan the Curriculum?
244(4)
Glen Hass
A Principal Looks Back: Standards Matter
248(10)
Kim Marshall
The Muddle Machine: Confessions of a Textbook Editor
258(6)
Tamim Ansary
Teachers' Voices---Putting Theory Into Practice
How to Integrate Character Education Into the Curriculum
264(4)
Jane Gilness
Learning Activities
268(2)
Critical Thinking
268(1)
Application Activities
268(1)
Field Experiences
269(1)
Internet Activities
269(1)
Curriculum and Instruction
270(53)
Focus Questions
270(1)
Instructional Methods
271(2)
A Repertoire of Models of Teaching
273(6)
Models Based on Behavioral Psychology
273(2)
Models Based on Human Development
275(1)
Models Based on Cognitive Processes
276(2)
Models Based on Social Interactions
278(1)
Assessment of Learning
279(5)
Authentic Assessment
280(1)
Portfolio Assessment
280(1)
Peer Assessment
281(1)
Self Assessment
282(1)
Performance-Based Assessment
282(1)
Alternate Assessments
282(2)
Basic Principles of Curriculum and Instruction
284(1)
Criterion Questions---Curriculum and Instruction
284(1)
References
285(2)
Progressive Organization of Subject Matter
287(2)
John Dewey
Structures in Learning
289(3)
Jerome S. Bruner
Nurturing the Life of the Mind
292(6)
Kathleen Vail
The Limits of Ideology: Curriculum and the Culture Wars
298(11)
David T. Gordon
Test Think
309(3)
Nelson Maylone
You Can Teach for Meaning
312(6)
Jay McTighe
Elliott Seif
Grant Wiggins
Teachers' Voices---Putting Theory Into Practice
Ideals vs. Reality in the Classroom
318(2)
Carol Lupton
Learning Activities
320(3)
Critical Thinking
320(1)
Application Activities
320(1)
Field Experiences
321(1)
Internet Activities
321(2)
PART III: The Curriculum in Action
323(201)
Early Childhood and Elementary Curricula
323(45)
Focus Questions
323(1)
Elementary-Level Programs
324(2)
The Importance of Elementary-Level Programs
325(1)
Early Childhood Programs
326(2)
Head Start
327(1)
Follow Through
327(1)
Goals for Childhood Education
328(1)
References
329(2)
The Reggio Emilia Approach
331(3)
Lilian G. Katz
Sylvia C. Chard
Playing Is My Job
334(3)
Elizabeth Jones
Can Kids Still Play in School? Defining and Defending Early Childhood Education in the Context of Never-Ending Reform
337(10)
Christopher Brown
Why Is Kindergarten an Endangered Species?
347(4)
Linda H. Plevyak
Kathy Morris
Case Study in Curriculum Implementation
Learning to Read in Kindergarten: Has Curriculum Development Bypassed the Controversies?
351(9)
Bruce Joyce
Marilyn Hrycauk
Emily Calhoun
Teachers' Voices---Putting Theory Into Practice
Building a Community in Our Classroom: The Story of Bat Town, U.S.A.
360(5)
Andrea McGann Keech
Learning Activities
365(3)
Critical Thinking
365(1)
Application Activities
365(1)
Field Experiences
366(1)
Internet Activities
366(2)
Middle-Level Curricula
368(50)
Focus Questions
368(1)
Major Transitions and Critical Turning Points
369(1)
Curricular Goals for Middle-Level Students
370(1)
Development of the Middle School
371(1)
References
372(1)
Great Transitions: Preparing Adolescents for a Changing World
373(4)
Middle School Students and Service Learning: Developing Empowered, Informed Citizens
377(7)
Peggy A. Grant
Benchmarks of Student-Friendly Middle Schools
384(4)
M. Lee Manning
The Homework Wars
388(7)
David Skinner
Building Developmental Assets to Promote Success in School and in Life
395(8)
Peter C. Scales
Judy Taccogna
Case Study in Curriculum Implementation
Intentional Curriculum Planning in an Age of Accountability: Explorer Middle School's Approach
403(8)
Donald E. Larsen
Tariq T. Akmal
Teachers' Voices---Putting Theory Into Practice
Creativity Workshops in the Regular Classroom
411(5)
Nancy King Mildrum
Learning Activities
416(2)
Critical Thinking
416(1)
Application Activities
416(1)
Field Experiences
417(1)
Internet Activities
417(1)
High School Curricula
418(46)
Focus Questions
418(1)
Developmental Challenges of High School--Level Students
418(1)
The Quest for Self-Identity
419(1)
Challenges to the American High School
420(1)
Development of the ``Comprehensive'' High School
420(1)
The Great Debate on High School Reform
421(1)
Goals for the Education of High School Students
422(1)
References
423(1)
Tales of Suburban High
424(5)
Kay S. Hymowitz
Engaging the Disengaged
429(3)
Susan Black
Implementing Middle School Concepts into High Schools
432(6)
M. Lee Manning
Richard Saddlemire
New Hope for High Schools: Lessons from Reform-Minded Educators
438(5)
Theodore R. Sizer
Can Depth Replace Coverage in the High School Curriculum?
443(6)
Fred M. Newmann
Case Study in Curriculum Implementation
Going the Extra Mile to Smooth the Transition to High School
449(13)
Hugh Campbell
Teachers' Voices---Putting Theory Into Practice
A Tale of Two Curriculums
455(7)
Mira Reisberg
Learning Activities
462(2)
Critical Thinking
462(1)
Application Activities
462(1)
Field Experiences
463(1)
Internet Activities
463(1)
Post-Secondary Curricula
464(60)
Focus Questions
464(1)
Developmental Challenges of Late Adolescence and Adulthood
464(1)
Higher Education Enrollments
465(1)
Two-Year Colleges
465(2)
Four-Year Colleges and Universities
467(2)
Adult Education
469(1)
Meeting the Needs of Nontraditional Students
469(1)
Senior Learners
470(1)
Higher Education and the Future
471(1)
References
472(1)
Connectedness through Liberal Education
473(6)
Ernest L. Boyer
The Student-Centered Research University
479(8)
Gershon Vincow
Applying the Science of Learning to the University and Beyond
487(7)
Diane F. Halpern
Milton D. Hakel
The Decline of the Knowledge Factory
494(9)
John Tagg
Diversity, Democracy, and Curriculum Reform in Higher Education
503(6)
Willie J. Heggins, III
How Americans Think About International Education and Why It Matters
509(4)
Susan Nall Bales
Case Study in Curriculum Implementation
Do As I Say, Not As I Do: A Personal Odyssey
513(4)
Helen C. Botnarescue
David R. Stronck
Teachers' Voices---Putting Theory Into Practice
How Critical Are Our Pedagogies? Privileging the Discourse of Lived Experience in the Community College Classroom
517(5)
Leonor Xochitl Perez
Anna Marie Christiansen
Learning Activities
522(2)
Critical Thinking
522(1)
Application Activities
522(1)
Field Experiences
523(1)
Internet Activities
523(1)
Credits 524(4)
Name Index 528(5)
Subject Index 533


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