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Conflicting conceptions of curriculum
Elliot W. Eisner

Conflicting conceptions of curriculum

Published by McCutchan Pub. Corp. in Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Eisner, E. W. and Vallance, E. Five conceptions of curriculum: their roots and implications for curriculum planning.
Bereiter, C. Elementary school: necessity or convenience?
Burns, R. W. and Brooks, G. D. Processes, problem solving, and curriculum reform.
Gagné, R. M. Educational technology as technique.
Silverman, R. E. Using the S-R reinforcement model.
Goldman, R. F., Weber, W. H., and Noah, H. J. Some economic models of curriculum structure.
Junell, J. S. Is rational man our first priority?
Phenix, P. H. Transcedence and the curriculum.
Metcalf, L. E. and Hunt, M. P. Relevance and the curriculum.
Mann, J. S. Political power and the high school curriculum.
J. J. The concept of the structure of a discipline.
Hirst, P. H. and Peters, R. S. The curriculum.
Eisner, E. W. Applying the five curriculum orientations to man's course of study.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies.

Series Series on contemporary educational issues


Dewey Decimal Class 375/.001
Library of Congress LB1570 .E425

The Physical Object

Pagination x, 200 p.
Number of pages 200

ID Numbers

Open Library OL5423591M
ISBN 10 082110411X
LC Control Number 73017616
Library Thing 1278339
Goodreads 126129


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