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Inventing knowledge : contests in curriculum construction

Author: N W Taylor
Publisher: Cape Town : Maskew Miller Longman, 1993.
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Focuses on curriculum change in South Africa.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: N W Taylor
ISBN: 0636016765 9780636016767 0636018040 9780636018044
OCLC Number: 32593636
Description: vi, 342 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Issues in the production of curriculum knowledge. A curriculum of the future? The case of post-compulsory education in the UK. Difference, identity and community: American perspectives on the curriculum. Curriculum reform in Zimbabwe: reflections for the South African transition. Curriculum policies and processes in Mozambique, 1930 - 1989: the colonial legacy and the challenge of national reconstruction. Towards a new history curriculum: reform or reconceptualisation? School desegregation and curriculum in South Africa: a case study. The curriculum and power: a reconceptualisation with a rural dimension. Curriculum history, professionalisation and the social organisation of knowledge: an extended paradigm for the history of education. Research and training: components of curriculum transformation. Curriculum change, certification and assessment: the case of Zimbabwe, 1979 - 1990. The Independent Examinations Board, August 1989 - February 1992: a narrative. Assessing history. Assessment options: broadening the range. "Nations at risk" and "national curriculum": ideology and identity. Curriculum reform and the legitimisation of education objectives: the case of the Federal Republic of Germany. Shifting relations of authority: public administration and curriculum policy in South Africa. Into other wor(l)ds: curricular knowledge in the making.
Responsibility: edited by Nick Taylor.

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Focuses on curriculum change in South Africa.

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