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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Eisner, Elliot W.
Conflicting conceptions of curriculum.
Berkeley, Calif., McCutchan Pub. Corp. 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Elliot W Eisner; Elizabeth Vallance
|Description:||x, 200 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Eisner, E.W. and Vallance, E. Five conceptions of curriculum: their roots and implications for curriculum planning.--Bereiter, C. Elementary school: necessity or convenience?--Burns, R.W. and Brooks, G.D. Processes, problem solving, and curriculum reform.--Gagné, R.M. Educational technology as technique.--Silverman, R.E. Using the S-R reinforcement model.--Goldman, R.F., Weber, W.H., and Noah, H.J. Some economic models of curriculum structure.--Junell, J.S. Is rational man our first priority?--Phenix, P.H. Transcendence and the curriculum.--Metcalf, L.E. and Hunt, M.P. Relevance and the curriculum.--Mann, J.S. Political power and the high school curriculum.--J.J. The concept of the structure of a discipline.--Hirst, P.H. and Peters, R.S. The curriculum.--Eisner, E.W. Applying the five curriculum orientations to man's course of study.|
|Series Title:||Series on contemporary educational issues.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Elliot W. Eisner and Elizabeth Vallance.|