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ERIC Number: ED052765
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 52
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Undergraduate Curriculum Improvement. A Conceptual and Bibliographic Study.
Richardson, Leroy P.
This monograph examines the literature on undergraduate curriculum improvement from 2 perspectives. One is the National Laboratory for Higher Education's assumption of the "intimate interrelationship" among teaching, instruction, and the curriculum. The other is that of the author who considers the topic within a framework of 4 components: the learner, what is to be learned or experienced, the instructional agent, and the interaction between and among them. The study is divided into a review and findings which encompass general matters, old curriculum models and new patterns, the process of undergraduate curriculum improvement, and problems for future research. The second major section presents a summary and recommendations; and the third consists of an extensive bibliography. (JS)
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Authoring Institution: National Lab. for Higher Education, Durham, NC.