Curriculum: Foundations, Principles, and Issues (7th Edition) (Pearson Educational Leadership)

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This balanced, comprehensive view of the entire field of curriculum encourages readers to consider choices and formulate their own views on curriculum foundations, principles, and issues. Rather than focusing on either theory or practice, or advancing a particular political or social position, or approaching the field of curriculum as an administrative challenge, this book gives readers the information they need to develop their own opinions on curriculum today as well as their outlooks for the future. Curriculum: Foundations, Principles, and Issues covers the latest topics in education that impact the curriculum and features Learning Outcomes, Discussion Questions, and Curriculum Tips to enhance understanding of the material. The Enhanced Pearson eText features embedded videos.

 

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    By Kristine Hassler on March 06, 2017

    Very informative for anyone who wants to know what goes into today’s education I rented this textbook as a coursework requirement for one of my Master’s courses, and I expected it to be dry and cumbersome. Instead, I found that even though the text is dense, the information this book contains is phenomenal for anyone who wants to know what drives today’s educational system. As a professional in the field of working with children with autism, I now have a much greater appreciation for what goes into curriculum.Not only that, but as a parent, I am suddenly…

    By Elvin Ortiz on March 06, 2017

    A textbook with an attitude I read this book along with Oliva’s and it is quite thorough. Other readers would wonder why read both. They kind of cover the same ground. However, I like that Ornstein makes distinctions between philosophies and educational philosophies. This chapter is broader in scope. Likewise, his history on education in America seems to cover a greater ground. There is another chapter on social background which Oliva does not have. In his discussion on curericulum designs, he includes backward design…

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