ERIC Number: ED216995
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1981
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Papers of the Society for the Study of Curriculum History.
Tanner, Laurel N., Ed.
The 13 papers that comprise this collection were, with certain exceptions, presented at the first and second annual meetings of the Society for the Study of Curriculum History. Papers by the society's members, who attempt to achieve more disciplined inquiry into the history of curriculum, include: (1) "What We Can Learn from Our Experiences with the Deweyan Tradition" (Arthur G. Wirth); (2) "Conceptualizing Method: A History" (Mary Louise Seguel); (3) "Educational Control for Crazy-Making: Notes Toward an Alternative" (Arthur G. Wirth); (4) "FBI Surveillance of Three Progressive Educators: Curricular Aspects" (Murry R. Nelson and H. Wells Singleton); (5) "The Progressive Malaise of Revisionist Historians--As Seen by a Progressive" (R. Freeman Butts); (6) "The Revisionist Historians and Educational Practice" (Hollis L. Caswell); (7) "The Revisionist Historians and Educational Theory" (J. Paul Leonard); (8) "Progressives and Revisionist History" (Paul C. Violas); (9) "Curriculum History: Flight to the Sidelines or Source of New Vitality?" (R. V. Bullough, Jr.); (10) "Conceptions of Curriculum History" (J. Stephen Hazlett); (11) "An Elusive Quarry: On the Trail of Curriculum History" (O. L. Davis, Jr. and George L. Mehaffy); (12) "Research into the Curriculum, 1918-1938: Highlights of the Work of the First Generation" (Kate Strickland); and (13) "Richmond and Berkeley: Paradigms for Curriculum Innovation at the Turn of the Century" (Murry R. Nelson and H. Wells Singleton). An introduction by the papers' editor, Laurel N. Tanner, gives brief overviews of the Society for the Study of Curriculum History and of the papers contained in this document. (CJ)
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Curriculum Evaluation, Curriculum Research, Educational Change, Educational History, Educational Innovation, Educational Practices, Educational Strategies, Educational Theories, Higher Education, Police Action, Relevance (Education), Teacher Educators, Teaching Methods, Teaching Skills
Professor Murry R. Nelson, College of Education, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802.
Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Descriptive
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