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School subjects and curriculum change studies in curriculum history by Ivor F. Goodson

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Published by Falmer in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Curriculum planning -- Great Britain.

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Edition Notes

StatementIvor Goodson.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB1564.G7
The Physical Object
Paginationviii,228p. ;
Number of Pages228
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22444893M
ISBN 101850001510, 1850001529

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Curriculum change would refer to when the teacher takes it upon themselves to alter the curriculum that will be taught in the school. This could be .   Types of curriculum change• 1. Empirical-rational: Stress is laid on the need forchange and the competence to implement. Thesechanges do not occur at school level as they are notcapable of bringing such change.• 2. Normative-re-educative strategies: It is based onthe rationality and intelligence of humans. This kind ofchange can occur. The curriculum is structured in six curricular areas with 11 subjects. You can to access the state curriculum here. Building on the experiences of teachers, principals, parents and children of the Primary School Curriculum, here are a range of supports to schools in using assessment as part of daily classroom practice. Reporting and Transfer. The current “core curricula” of public schools in the US are comprised of the following subjects: (sciences) biology, physics, chemistry; (mathematics) arithmetic, algebra, pre-calculus, basic statistics; (language) literature, humanities, composition, foreign languages; (social sciences) history, government, economics, basic political science; (physical education) baseball, .