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Curriculum Foundations, Principles, and Issues

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ISBN-10: 0205456677

ISBN-13: 9780205456673

Edition: 4th 2004

Authors: Allan C. Ornstein, Francis P. Hunkins

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List price: $11.80
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Binding: Mixed Media
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.11" tall
Weight: 1.848
Language: English

Allan Ornstein is Professor of Education and Social Policy at St. John's University, New York. He is a former Fulbright-Hayes Scholar and consultant for more than fifty education and government agencies. Dr. Ornstein is the author of 400 articles and more than sixty books, including Class Counts (2007), Wealth vs. Work (2012), and Foundations of Education (12th edition, 2014).

The Field of Curriculum
Curriculum Approaches
Definition of Curriculum
Foundations of Curriculum
Domains of Curriculum
Theory and Practice
The Roles of the Curriculum Worker
Foundations of Curriculum
Philosophical Foundations of Curriculum
Philosophy and Curriculum
Major Philosophies
Educational Philosophies
Historical Foundations of Curriculum
The Colonial Period: 1642-1776
The National Period: 1776-1850
Nineteenth-Century European Educators
The Rise of Universal Education: 1820-1920
The Transitional Period: 1893-1918
Curriculum as a Field Is Born: 1918-1949
Current Focus
Psychological Foundations of Curriculum
Cognitive Psychology
Phenomenology and Humanistic Psychology
Social Foundations of Curriculum
Society, Education, and Schooling
A Dynamic, Changing Society
Processing Social-Educational Priorities
National Task Force Reports on Education
Planning for Educational Change
Curriculum Theory
Theoretical Perspectives
The Classic Bases of Curriculum Theorizing
The Functions of Theory
Theory Building
DCurriculum Theory
Metaphors and Theoretical Camps
A Balanced Approach to Theorizing
Principles of Curriculum
Curriculum Development
Technical-Scientific Approach
Nontechnical-Nonscientific Approach
Components to Consider in Developing a Curriculum
Participants in Developing the Curriculum
Curriculum Design
Components of Design
Design Dimension Considerations
Representative Curriculum Designs
Aims, Goals, and Objectives
Aims of Education
Goals of Education
Objectives of Education. <d