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Curriculum: Organizing Knowledge for the Classroom. Section 6

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Date Added to MERLOT: May 03, 2012
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Author: Hoadley, Ursula; Jansen, Jonathan  Oxford University Press, Saide
Submitter : OER Africa

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Section 6 is a particularly useful springboard for constructing a module on curriculum because: Knowledge, when all is said and done, is the central issue in curriculum. Teachers have to be able to organize knowledge. Section 6 introduces theoretical tools for understanding curriculum concepts. These... More

Keywords:
knowledge, subject curricula, curriculum concepts, performance curricula, teacheredoer, education, africaoer, integrated curricula, everyday knowledge, disciplinary curricula, school knowledge, competence curricula, learning programmes, curriculum, education in South Africa

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