This book, first published in 1984, aims to bring together the interests of the theory and practice of the education system and, within the former, relate the approaches and claims of the constituent disciplines to each other. Throughout the book, while arguing for the importance of facing up to the logical links between theory and practice, the author seeks to point out the extent to which more educational theory has had little to say of importance for practice, either because it has been a poor theory or because it has concerned itself with matters of little significance to educators. This book will be of interest to students of education, as well as educators themselves.
Acknowledgements; Introduction; Part 1: Curriculum Theory; 1. Curriculum Studies 2. Influences on the Curriculum 3. Curriculum Design; Part 2: Curriculum; 4. Curriculum Content 5. Educational Psychology and the Timing and Organisation of Curriculum 6. Research into Techniques, Methods and Styles of Teaching; Part 3: Curriculum Development; 7. Curriculum Implementation 8. Curriculum Evaluation 9. Teacher Education; Notes; Bibliography and references; Index
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