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Van Til, William.
Curriculum: quest for relevance.
Boston, Houghton Mifflin 
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William Van Til
|Description:||ix, 390 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||The compassionate critics: Prologue : is progressive education obsolete? / William Van Til. How children fail / John Holt. The way it spozed to be / James Herndon. 36 children / Herbert Kohl. Death at an early age / Jonathan Kozol. Our children are dying / Nat Hentoff. The lives of children / George Dennison. Epilogue : the key word is relevance / William Van Til. Epilogue : crisis in the classroom / Charles E. Silberman --
The critics of compulsory education: Freedom and learning : the need for choice / Paul Goodman. Educating contra naturam / Theodore Roszak --
Criticism by the high school radicals: The high school revolutionaries / Marc Libarle and Tom Seligson. Our time is now / John Birmingham --
Advocates of affective education: The invisible curriculum / Hanne Lane Hicks. Teaching the young to love / Jack R. Frymier. Reach, touch, and teach / Terry Borton --
An approach to curriculum: A cross-cutting approach to the curriculum : the moving wheel / Theodore Brameld. How fare the disciplines? / Arthur W. Foshay. The science curriculum : unfinished business for an unfinished country / R. Thomas Tanner. Relevance and the curriculum / Lawrence E. Metcalf and Maurice P. Hunt --
Black studies: The question of black studies / Charles V. Hamilton. Black studies and sound scholarship / Stephen J. Wright --
The work of the schools: Priorities in change efforts / Fred T. Wilhelms. Curriculum for the disadvantaged / Robert J. Havighurst. "Alternative schools" : challenge to traditional education? / Donald W. Robinson --
Humanism and instructional technology: A humanist's approach / Joseph Wood Krutch. Instructional technology and the curriculum / David Engler --
Changing the curriculum: The multiple forces affecting curriculum change / Ronald C. Doll. Who changes the curriculum and how? / Muriel Crosby --
Looking to the future: A curriculum continuum : possible trends in the 70s / Harold G. Shane --
Alternative futures: Prologue : the temper of the times / William Van Til. Learning and teaching in the future / John I. Goodlad. Youth revolt : the future is now / Margaret Mead. Interpersonal relationships : U.S.A. 2000 / Carl R. Rogers. Future shock and the curriculum / Harold G. Shane. Future-planning and the curriculum / Harold G. Shane and June Grant Shane --
The technological revolution and the future: Computer technology and the future of education / Patrick Suppes. The impending instruction revolution / Harold E. Mitzel. The knowledge machine / Elizabeth C. Wilson. Educational technology and professional practice / William Van Til --
Aspects of the curriculum of the future: Science education in 1991 / Leopold E. Klopfer. Teaching and learning mathematics, 1991 / Max S. Bell. Teaching of social sciences, 1991 / Mark M. Krug. Foreign language teaching in 1975 : how will it be different? / Howard Lee Nostrand. Cultural change and the curriculum, 1970-2000 A.D. / June Grant Chane and Harold G. Shane. Epilogue : the year 2000 : teacher education / William Van Til.
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