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Rethinking the School Curriculum: Values, Aims and Purposes epub ebook

by John White

Rethinking the School Curriculum: Values, Aims and Purposes epub ebook

Author: John White
Category: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (November 21, 2003)
Pages: 208 pages
ISBN: 0415306787
ISBN13: 978-0415306782
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In 2000, the school curriculum in England was equipped - for the first time in the country's history - with an extensive set of aims and purposes. This is an important book. It will be enjoyed by anyone with an interest in the future of English and is an essential reference point for all those with a role in developing the curriculum.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Rethinking the School Curriculum: Values, Aims,. Rethinking the School Curriculum: Values, Aims, and Purposes. This takes the form of an extensive new official statement on the 'Values, aims and purposes underpinning the school curriculum' - the first such statement of aims in English history. In this book leading experts in different curriculum areas apply this standard to the teaching of their own subject.

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In 2000, the school curriculum in England was equipped - for the first time in the country's history - with an extensive set of aims and purposes

In 2000, the school curriculum in England was equipped - for the first time in the country's history - with an extensive set of aims and purposes. In this book, leading experts in the teaching of school subjects examine the significance of the new aims for the reform of the curriculum. In two general introductory chapters John White discusses the validity of the aims and how they might be realised in schools.

The new aims for the school curriculum Before 1988 maintained schools in England were responsible for their own curricula and the aims underlying them. That year saw the introduction of the National Curriculum. Aims for the school curriculum If schools are to respond effectively to these values and purposes, they need to work in collaboration with families and the local community, including church and voluntary groups, local agencies and business, in seeking to achieve two broad aims through the curriculum. These aims provide an essential context within which schools develop their own curriculum.

In 2000, the school curriculum in England was equipped - for the first time in the country's history - with an extensive . In two general introductory chapters John White discusses the validity of the aims and how they might be realized in schools

Values, Aims and Purposes. In two general introductory chapters John White discusses the validity of the aims and how they might be realized in schools. The remainder of the book focuses on subject specific areas and how these need to be brought into line with the new aims, so as to produce a more relevant and enjoyable curriculum experience for pupils, including more opportunities for choice of activities.

In 2000, the school curriculum in England was equipped - for the first time in the country's history - with an extensive set of aims and purposes. In this book, leading experts in the teaching of school subjects examine the significance of the new aims for the reform of the curriculum.In two general introductory chapters John White discusses the validity of the aims and how they might be realized in schools. The remainder of the book focuses on subject specific areas and how these need to be brought into line with the new aims, so as to produce a more relevant and enjoyable curriculum experience for pupils, including more opportunities for choice of activities. The book concludes with suggestions about how government policy on the curriculum should now succeed.This portrayal of the school curriculum today and how it could be developed in line with the new aims will be of interest to those studying education with a particular focus on the areas of curriculum, assessment, school management, philosophy of education and the history of education.
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