This book is a critical appreciation of the work of sixteen leading curriculum theorists, taking account of the writings of a balance of established thinkers and curriculum analysts from the fields of education, philosophy, sociology and psychology. Together these commentators offer a broad perspective with views from the UK, the US and Europe, and from a range of political stances ranging from radical conservatism through liberalism to socialism and libertarianism. The theorists include major names such as Lev Vygotsky, Jerome Bruner, Maxine Greene, Basil Bernstein, Micheal Foucault, Elliott Eisner, John White, Michael Apple and more. Ideal for students on all teacher training courses looking for an introduction to some of the key educational thinkers of our time, this key text can also be used as a companion volume to the Routledge four-volume set on curriculum theory.Pophama#39;s final piece of advice on writing objectives is that the curriculuma maker should borrow from existing banks of objectives to suit their needs. His last proposition is that: a#39;The educational evaluator should consider the possibility of selecting measurable objectives from ... 55a4), for example, argue that words which refer to those inner states are acceptable as general statements of intent, but thenanbsp;...
|Title||:||Critical Essays on Major Curriculum Theorists|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 2008|