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Youth Work Process, Product and Practice : Creating an authentic curriculum in work with young people.
: Taylor and Francis, ©2016
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (320 pages)|
|Contents:||PrefaceForward to the Second editionIntroductionPart 1: Curriculum Theory and Practice1. Emergence of Curriculum2. Meaning of Curriculum3. Curriculum as Content4. Curriculum as Product5. Curriculum as Process: Person-centred Experience6. Curriculum as Process: Principles of Procedure and Curriculum as DevelopmentPart 2: Essential Elements of Curriculum7. Values and Judgement8. Participation and Power9. Relationships and Group Work10. Choice and Voluntary Participation11. On MethodsPart 3: Policy and Practice12. The Origins and Importance of Policy13. The Legacy of Transforming Youth Work14. The Legacy of Every Child Matters15. Defending Youth Work Practice in an Age of AusterityPart 4: Curriculum, Outcomes and Accountability16. The Problem of Outcomes17. On Progression and Time?18. Causality and Phronesis19. Curriculum, Accountability and Youth WorkPart 5: Curriculum in Context20. On Kolb and Experiential Learning Cycles21. Objections to Curriculum22. Curriculum in a National Context: Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland23. Curriculum in a European Context: Finland24. The Uses of Curriculum25. Towards a Critical CurriculumReferences|