Education | Curriculum Theory and Practice
J630 | 5647 | Boyle-Baise


Curriculum Studies: its fundamental questions, varied ideologies, historical
character, and prominent figures. A second purpose is to introduce
dimensions of curriculum development and to use theoretical considerations
as thoughtful guides to practice. Guiding questions for the course include:
What is the nature of knowledge? What should we teach? Whose culture is
taught? Who controls the selection of knowledge? What rules govern the
teaching and evaluation of knowledge?