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Part One Curriculum as the Development of Cognitive
Part Two Curriculum as Technology_
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ability achieve activities analysis associated assumptions background knowledge basic skills behavior Carl Bereiter cation centimeter Charles Beard child cognitive processes concerned Course of Study curricu curricular demand disciplines domain economic Edgar G educa Educational Technology effective example experience and knowledge facts faculty psychology fallacy formal Fritz Machlup function given goals hardware higher education human important increase individual inputs inquiry instruction intellectual John Bowlby John Mann kind learner logical material means ment modes Newtonian mechanics objectives organization pattern Paul Goodman personal learning possible practice present principles problem solving procedures production production function pupil questions rational relations relationship relevant utopias requires responses S-R reinforcement model Self-Actualization sense significance social change society solution specific stimuli structure subject matter teacher teaching techniques technological change tests tion tional traditional transcendence transfer of learning understanding values young