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Curriculum Planning: Integrating Multiculturalism, Constructivism, and Education Reform

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Like the three critically acclaimed prior editions, the latest edition offers a comprehensive treatment of the curriculum development process and the nature of twenty-first-century education reform. In a style notable for its lack of jargon and digressive pedagogy, the author simplifies the sound foundations and principles of curriculum development as they apply to the imp Like the three critically acclaimed prior editions, the latest edition offers a comprehensive treatment of the curriculum development process and the nature of twenty-first-century education reform. In a style notable for its lack of jargon and digressive pedagogy, the author simplifies the sound foundations and principles of curriculum development as they apply to the implementation of major education reform. This revised and expanded edition features cutting-edge research and the latest predictions of future trends. The book s three integrated themes multicultural education, constructivism, and education reform are more relevant than ever in the twenty-first century. The empowerment and involvement of teachers, students, and parents from all cultural and ethnic backgrounds have increased, with collaboration as the motivating force. Throughout, readers will find documentation of the continued impact of the No Child Left Behind legislation on all facets of education and school reform and the latest implications for educators at all levels, including the importance of concept development and action research as a key to curriculum planning and education reform. Not-for-sale instructor resource material available to college and university faculty only; contact publisher directly.


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Like the three critically acclaimed prior editions, the latest edition offers a comprehensive treatment of the curriculum development process and the nature of twenty-first-century education reform. In a style notable for its lack of jargon and digressive pedagogy, the author simplifies the sound foundations and principles of curriculum development as they apply to the imp Like the three critically acclaimed prior editions, the latest edition offers a comprehensive treatment of the curriculum development process and the nature of twenty-first-century education reform. In a style notable for its lack of jargon and digressive pedagogy, the author simplifies the sound foundations and principles of curriculum development as they apply to the implementation of major education reform. This revised and expanded edition features cutting-edge research and the latest predictions of future trends. The book s three integrated themes multicultural education, constructivism, and education reform are more relevant than ever in the twenty-first century. The empowerment and involvement of teachers, students, and parents from all cultural and ethnic backgrounds have increased, with collaboration as the motivating force. Throughout, readers will find documentation of the continued impact of the No Child Left Behind legislation on all facets of education and school reform and the latest implications for educators at all levels, including the importance of concept development and action research as a key to curriculum planning and education reform. Not-for-sale instructor resource material available to college and university faculty only; contact publisher directly.

30 review for Curriculum Planning: Integrating Multiculturalism, Constructivism, and Education Reform

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jeni Enjaian

    By the time I finally got around to finishing the book, almost a year had passed. We did not have to read the entire book for my Curriculum and Instruction class so I did not finish the book then. As I have mentioned in previous reviews, I have a compulsion (I am slowly working on this) to finish books that I start so this book has stayed on my reading now list since January. As for the book itself, I found several chapters fascinating but the chapters I read the past few days? Not so much. Even By the time I finally got around to finishing the book, almost a year had passed. We did not have to read the entire book for my Curriculum and Instruction class so I did not finish the book then. As I have mentioned in previous reviews, I have a compulsion (I am slowly working on this) to finish books that I start so this book has stayed on my reading now list since January. As for the book itself, I found several chapters fascinating but the chapters I read the past few days? Not so much. Even in the four or five chapters I read recently, I realized that I read about much of the material twice even within those chapters. No wonder my professor did not assign the entire book. Also, as frequently happens with technology, much if not all of the technology this particular edition of the book referenced, has passed into obsolescence as more than frequently happens for education-focused technology. Adults frequently jump on the bandwagon too late. I found myself motivated to dig into curriculum planning again but I did not get many new ideas from this book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    Read for a class - nice overview of curriculum planning with many example scenarios to help make the point.

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    alaina carroll

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