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and they are priced quite reasonably. If you order online and they don't arrive right away - no problem. You do eventually need to read them.
They are the "classics" in the field of curriculum and you'll find them very beneficial for your overall understanding of the subject.
Basic Principles of Curriculum and Instruction - Ralph W. Tyler - The University of Chicago Press. 1969. ISBN 0-226-82031-9
Experience & Education - John Dewey - Collier Books, Macmillan Publishing Company. 1963. ISBN 0-02-013660-9
Cassebaum - 4 Cassebaum, A. (2003). Revisiting Summerhill. Phi Delta Kappan, 84(8), 575-578.
Cheung-24 Cheung, D. and Wong, H-W. (2002). Measuring teacher beliefs about alternative curriculum designs. Curriculum Journal, 13(2), 225-248.
Levin-3 Levin, B. (1998). The educational requirement for democracy. Curriculum Inquiry, 28(1), 57-79.
Reid-13 Reid, W. A. (2001). Rethinking Schwab: Curriculum theorizing as a visionary activity. Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 17(1), 29-41.
VanHorn-30 Van Horn, M. L., & Ramey, S. L. (2003). The effects of developmentally appropriate practices on academic outcomes among former Head Start students and classmates, grades 1-3. American Educational Research Journal, 40(4), 961-990.
Miller, John P. & Seller, Wayne-13 Curriculum perspectives and practice, Copp CLark Pitman Ltd, A Longman Company, Toronto.1990. 3-16.
Costa-8 Elementary Costa, A. L. and Loveall, R. A. (2002). The legacy of Hilda Taba. Journal of Curriculum and Supervision 18(1). Pp. 56-62.
deVries-27 Adult de Vries, Y.(1999). Teachers‘ conceptions of education: A practical knowledge perspective on ‘good‘ teaching. Interchange 30 (4):371-397
Goldstein-27 Elementary Goldstein L.S. (1998). Caught in the Middle: Tension and Contradiction in Enacting the Primary Grade Curriculum. Curriculum Inquiry 28 (3):311-337.
Hansen-14 Adult Hansen, D. T. (2002). Dewey’s conception of an environment for teaching and learning. Curriculum Inquiry 32(3):267-280.
Holt-Reynolds Secondary Holt-Reynolds, D. (1999). Good readers, good teachers? Subject matter expertise as a challenge in learning to teach. Harvard Educational Review 69(1): 29-50.
Page Secondary Page, R. N. (1999). The uncertain value of school knowledge: Biology at Westridge High. Teachers College Record, 100(3), 554-601.
Quinlan-24 Adult Quinlan, K M. (2002). Scholarly dimensions of academics’ beliefs about engineering education. Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice 8(1):41-64.
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Dewitt-16 Dewitt, P. (1999). A third grade teacher in a technocratic school system asks a dangerous question: What is learning? Interchange 30 (4):399-414.
Gil-Perez-15 Gil-pérez, Daniel, Guisasola, Jenaro, Moreno, Antonio, Cachapuz, Antonio, de Carvalho, Anna M. Pessoa, Torregrosa, Joaquín Martínez, Salinas, Julia, Valdés, Pablo, González, Eduardo, Duch, Anna Gené, Dumas-carré, Andrée, Tricárico, Hugo and Gallego, Rómulo. (2002). Defending constructivism in science education. Science & Education 11: 557–571.
Niaz-11 Niaz, Mansoor , Abd-el-khalick, Fouad , Benarroch, Alicia, Cardellini, Liberato, Laburú, Carlos E., Marín, Nicolás, Montes, Luis A., Nola, Robert , Orlik, Yuri, Scharmann, Lawrence C., Tsai, Chin-chung and Tsaparlis, Georgios. (2003). Constructivism: A defense or a continual critical appraisal - A response to Gil-Pérez et al. Science & Education 12: 787-797.
Seatter-25 Seatter, Carol Scarff (2003). Constructivist science teaching: Intellectual and strategic teaching acts. Interchange 34(1):63-87.
Hemmings-10 Hemmings, A. (1999). The “hidden” corridor curriculum. The High School Journal 83(2). Pp. 1-10.
Takala-16 Takala, M., Hawk, D. and Rammos, Y. (2001). On the opening of society: Towards a more open and flexible educational system. Systems Research and Behavioral Science 18(4). Pp. 291-306.
Wren-4 Wren, D. J. (1999). School culture: Exploring the hidden curriculum. Adolescence 34(135). Pp. 593-596.
ebook - The hidden curriculum in higher education. 2001. (Coutts MyiLibrary)
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Ninnes Ninnes, P. (2002). Discursive space(s) in science curriculum materials in Canada, Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 34(5), 557-570.
Pillay-16 Pillay, H. and Elliott, B. (2001) Emerging attributes of pedagogy and curriculum for the “New World Order”. Innovative Higher Education 26(1):7-22.
Popkewitz Popkewitz, T. (2004). The alchemy of mathematics curriculum: Inscriptions and the fabrication of the child. American Educational Research Journal, 41(1), 3-34.
Shapka-32 Shapka, J. D., & Keating, D. P. (2003). Effects of a girls-only curriculum during adolescence: Performance, persistence, and engagement in mathematics and science. American Educational Research Journal, 40(4), 929-960.
ebook - Unlocking Creativity : Teaching Across the Curriculum. Fisher, Robert; Williams, Mary 2004 (netLibrary) Chapter 12
Eisner-5 Eisner, E. W. (2003). Preparing for today and tomorrow. Educational Leadership, 61(4), 6-10.
Goodlad-4 Goodlad, J. I. (1984). A place called school: Prospects for the future. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Lewis Lewis T. (1998). Vocational education as general education. Curriculum Inquiry 28(3). Pp. 283-309.
ebook - "From crying to laughing": The transpersonal curriculum. Sharing experiences of transformative learning with participants in an "Art of Living" course: A holistic program for self-directed change in adult learners.. Gause, Robert Carlos.
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Source: Educational leadership [0013-1784] au:Beane yr:2002 vol:59 iss:7 pg:25 -28
Beane, James. "Beyond Self-Interest: A Democratic Core Curriculum." Educational leadership (2002)
Title: How to
Keep Thinking Skills from Going the Way of All Frills.
Learning To Teach: A Question of Knowledge.
Title: Protecting Our
Children from the Arts.
Who Ignore the Past...? 12 'Easy' Lessons for the Next Millennium.
the Hidden Curriculum.
Title: Lessons from
the Non-Ivory Tower, or What Curriculum Theory Can Learn from Adult Post-Secondary
Public Surveys OISE
Secondary - Education: A Guide to the Canadian School Debate - Or, Who Wants What and Why? - Ken Osborne, Penguin Books Toronto 1999 ISBN 0-14-028443-5
Adult - Teachers as Curriculum Planners: Narratives of Experience - F. Michael Connelly and D. Jean Clandinin, Teachers College Press NY 1988 ISBN 0-8077-2906-X
ebook - The Sustainability Curriculum : The Challenge for Higher Education. Blewitt, John; Cullingford, Cedric. 2004 Chapter 3: Sustainability and Lifelong Learning (netLibrary)
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