TITLE

Curriculum Reform and the Roles and Responsibilities of Curriculum Scholars

AUTHOR(S)
Chun-Hung Yang
PUB. DATE
March 2014
SOURCE
Journal of Curriculum Studies / Kecheng Yanjiu;Spring2014, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p65
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Curriculum reform not only deals with the problem for knowledge distribution, but that it is related to the problem for redisposition of subject, power and values. What are the roles and responsibilities of curriculum scholars in curriculum reform? The question is important in this article. This article has three purposes: (1) To discuss the relationship of curriculum reform and curriculum scholars. (2) To discuss the multiple roles of curriculum scholars between leftist and rightist, between stranger and familiar, between insider and outsider, and between nomad and farmer. (3) To discuss the responsibilities of curriculum scholars in curriculum reform. Finally, the author poses three responsibilities of curriculum scholars in curriculum reform, which are: academic responsibility, ethical responsibility, and social responsibility.
ACCESSION #
96931335

 

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