Curriculum Planning and the Primary School
This book focuses on issues which can be used in planning and analyzing curricula. The authors believe it is vital to fuse theory and practice in analyzing and developing curricula, to avoid ‘curricula myopia’. The book offers a fresh look at curriculum theory and its application to primary schools.
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THEORETICAL CONTEXTS FOR PLANNING THE
CURRICULUM PLANNING MODELS
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
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ability achievement activity aims and objectives analysis approach appropriacy appropriate areas of experience assessment autonomy balance behavioural objectives Bloom's taxonomies breadth cent Chapter child clarify classroom common concepts Conservatism criteria cultural curricula curriculum planners curriculum planning debate deciding decision-making decisions differentiation discussion effective Eisner empiricism empiricist ensure environment epistemological evaluation example Figure Hirst ibid ideologies implementation integrated interaction interests interview intrinsic motivation involves issues judgement KEITH MORRISON knowledge Lancashire County Council learning styles matching mathematics matrix planning notion objectives-based observation organization organizational outcomes pedagogy perhaps potential practice primary curriculum primary education primary ethos primary school principles problem-solving problematic problems programme progression Progressivism pupils purposes questions records reflect relationship relevance requires response role Scrimshaw sequence situation Skilbeck skills skills-based social society specific stage structured suggests Taba task taxonomies teachers teaching and learning teaching styles theory types