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LB1570.H94 1973
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TITLE: Approaches in curriculum. Edited by Ronald T. Hyman.
AUTHOR: Hyman, Ronald T., comp.
SERIES: Prentice-Hall viewpoints and alternatives series
PUBLISHED: [Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall, 1973]
DESCRIPTION: ix, 225 p. 22 cm.
NOTES: Dewey, J. The subject-matter of education.--Kilpatrick, W. H. The essentials of the activity movement.--Stratemeyer, F. Developing a curriculum for modern living.--Hand, H. C. The case for the common learnings course.--King, A.R., Jr. and Brownell, J.A. Encounter: a theory of the curriculum which affirms the centrality of the communities of discourse.--Bellack, A. A. What knowledge is of most worth?--Wise, G. Integrative education for a dis-integrated world.--Metcalf, L. E. and Hunt, M. P. Relevance and the curriculum.--Mann, J. S. High school student protest and the new curriculum worker: a radical alliance.--Ammons, M. Communication: a curriculum focus.--Berman, L. M. New curriculum designs for children.--Selected Bibliography (p. 219-225).
SUBJECT: Education--Curricula.

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