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Curriculum as a selection from culture Denis Lawton
Social change and education
Changes in selections made from culture for curricular
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A. S. Neill ability academic expertise activities analysis approach assumptions attempt attitudes authority Becher behaviour Bruner central characteristics child childhood classroom common concept concerned culture curricula curriculum change curriculum development curriculum-development projects decision-making discussed educational system emotional examination example experience Freud Geoff Whitty goals hidden curriculum human development ideas ideology important individual individualist style influence innovation institutions intellectual involved kind knowledge Lawton learner learning London Long Revolution Malcolm Skilbeck materials meritocratic Michael Young nineteenth century Nuffield Foundation organization perspective Piaget political possible practice problems produce programme psychological psychologists pupils question radical Raymond Williams reading reform relation relationships relevant role Ronald Searle Schools Council secondary selection social change society sociology sociology of knowledge stage structure style of curriculum suggest Susan Isaacs syllabus Tanzania teachers teaching theory thinking tion traditional trend Unit United Kingdom values Whitty Young