School Based Curriculum Development

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Paul Chapman, Jan 1, 1990 - Curriculum planning - 304 pages
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The review, evaluation and development of the curriculum are widely recognized as the school's fundamental responsibility. Changes in the social, cultural, economic and political climate, in students and their needs, and in our understanding of how and why students learn, all demonstrate the need for a new professionalism and resourcefulness among teachers.

This book deals with these changes and their implications for the curriculum. Ways of planning, reviewing, evaluating and developing the curriculum to meet new needs are placed in the context of the emerging national curriculum framework, which in the 1980s, will become common to all schools.

This book is a comprehensive introduction to curriculum-development processes, and a practical guide for teachers, advisers, consultants and project developers.

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