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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0205489257, Paperback)
Balanced yet eclectic in its approach, Contemporary Issues in Curriculum reflects the emergent trends in the field of curriculum.
The fourth edition of this issues-oriented collection offers 40 articles by the major thinkers in curriculum study. Designed for students in curriculum, instruction, administration, and teacher education, it explores the issues that affect implementation, planning, and evaluation of curriculum at all levels of learning.
The editors have organized the collection into six Parts: Curriculum and Philosophy, Curriculum and Teaching, Curriculum and Learning, Curriculum and Instruction, Curriculum and Supervision, and Curriculum and Policy. The readings reflect both traditionally held beliefs and those that are more controversial in nature, providing students and practitioners the opportunity to investigate the breadth of issues that affect curriculum and to access such information in a single source. Readers are encouraged to examine and debate these issues, to formulate their own ideas, and to shape what direction the field of curriculum should take.
The fourth edition features 14 new articles, by such leading scholars as John Goodlad, Linda Darling-Hammond, Evans Clinchy, Andrew Gitlin, Stacey Ornstein, Geneva Gay, David Perkins, Harry Wong, Frank Levy, Richard Murnane, Robert Slavin, Allan Odden, Richard Rothstein, Alan Ornstein, and Edward Pajak.
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Curriculum and philosophy. Philosophy as a basis for curriculum decisions / Allan C. Ornstein -- Goals and objectives / Ronald S. Brandt and Ralph W. Tyler -- Alternative curriculum conceptions and designs / M. Frances Klein -- A pedagogy of possibility / Peter McLaren -- Art and imagination / Maxine Greene -- There's too much to teach / Jane Roland Martin -- Curriculum and teaching. Teaching themes of care / Nel Noddings -- The heart of a teacher / Parker J. Palmer -- Critical issues in teaching / Allen C. Ornstein -- Productive teachers / Herbert J. Wahlberg -- Knowledge and teaching / Lee S. Schulman -- Beyond anxiety and nostalgia / Andy Hargreaves -- Curriculum and learning. Grappling / Theodore R. Sizer and Nancy Faust Sizer -- Critical thinking - what can it be? / Matthew Lipman -- Creating creative minds / Robert J. Sternberg and Todd I. Lubart -- The cognitive-developmental approach to moral education / Alfie Kohn -- Assessment, student confidence, and school success / Richard J. Stiggins -- Curriculum and instruction. The search for methods of instruction / Benjamin S. Bloom -- A new look at school failure and school success / William Glasser -- What does it mean to say that a school is doing well? / Elliot w. Eisner -- Teaching and teacher accountability / Allan C. Ornstein -- Realizing the promise of standards-based education / Michael J. Schmoker and Robert J. Marzano -- Educating the net generation / Don Tapscott -- Curriculum and supervision. Teacher learning that supports student learning / Linda Darling-Hammond -- The politics of virtue : a new framework for school leadership / Thomas J. Sergiovanni -- Five models of staff development for teachers / Dennis Sparks and Susan Loucks-Horsley -- The evolution of peer coaching / Beverly Showers and Bruce Joyce -- Results-oriented professional development / Thomas R. Guskey -- Clinical supervision and psychological functions / Edward F. Pajak -- Curriculum and policy. Educational demographics : what teachers should know / Harold Hodgkinson -- Creating school, family, and community partnerships / Joyce L. Epstein -- Challenges for educators : lesbian, gay, and bisexual families / James T. Sears -- Limiting students' school success and life chances / Jeannie S. Oakes -- The costs of sustaining educational change through comprehensive school reform / Allan Odden -- Dichotomizing educational reform / Carl D. Glickman.
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