Curriculum definitions and reference points

Toombs, William E.; Tierney, William G.
March 1993
Journal of Curriculum & Supervision;Spring93, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p175
Academic Journal
Discusses the historical development of curriculum planning. Development of curriculum structure; Six uses of a curriculum; Distinction between structure and content; Design approach to curriculum development; Framework for design analysis; Components of curriculum design; Terminology of curriculum analysis.


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