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Publication Date: 2004
Peter S. Hlebowitsh
Designing the School Curriculumtakes a practical, step-by-step approach, giving students the thorough grounding in the process that leads to confident and effective practitioners. The author emphasizes the discretionary judgment of the individual teacher and acknowledges that the curriculum design process is completed only in the unique and spontaneous learning exchanges between students and teachers. Practical ideas on the formation of school purposes, the design of school-wide experiences, effective implementation, and the creation of responsive evaluative mechanisms help students to fulfill the goal of the text--to design an authentic and effective curriculum.After an introductory chapter examining the role of the teacher in the design process and two brisk chapters leading students through the theoretical foundations of curriculum development, the text launches into the curriculum design process, giving a close look to each element. Hlebowitsh makes a valuable contribution to the field with this new text, offering a contemporary treatment of classic curriculum design theory and, most importantly, equipping students to engage in effective curriculum design themselves.Peter S. Hlebowitsh is the author of 'Designing the School Curriculum', published 2004 under ISBN 9780205391394 and ISBN 0205391397.
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