Curriculum Leadership: Rethinking Schools for the 21st Century
Hampton Press, 1998 - Education - 301 pages
In this text, the contributors speak of issues such as educational excellence, cognition and learning, the knowledge base for various areas of study, procedures for developing curriculum, the importance of technology, multiculturalism and models and strategies for learning.
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