Curriculum of the Future From the 'New Sociology of Education' to a Critical Theory of Learning
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In this important new book the author looks back on the 'knowing question'. What knowledge is selected to be validated as school knowledge, or as part of the curriculum, and why is it selected? Looking forward to the next decade, Young discusses how most developed countries have high levels of participation in post-compulsory education but still use curricula designed for a time when only the elite pursued further education. He argues the need to rethink post-16 education to shift focus onto vocational education, schoolwork issues and lifelong learning.
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Copyright year: 1998
Publication date: 8/1/1998
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
|Constructing and Reconstructing a Sociology of the Curriculum|
|The Curriculum as Socially Organized Knowledge|
|Curriculum Change: Limits and Possibilities|
|The Curriculum and the 'New Sociology of Education'|
|Academic/Vocational Divisions in the Curriculum of the Future|
|Bridging Academic/Vocational Divisions in the 14-19 Curriculum: A New Perspective on Linking Education and Work|
|The Economic Basis for the Curriculum for the 21st Century|
|Modularization as a Strategy for Unifying the Post-compulsory Curriculum|
|Integrating Personal and Social Education into the 14-19 Curriculum|
|Qualifications for a Learning Society: Building on the Dearing Review|
|Beyond A-Levels: Towards an Advanced Level Curriculum of the Future|
|Knowledge, Learning and Curriculum in a Learning Society|
|Post-compulsory Education in a Learning Society|
|Towards a New Curriculum for Teacher Education|
|From the 'New Sociology of Education' to a Critical Theory of Learning|
|Chronology of Original Papers|