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Clement, Neville D.; Lovat, Terence – Curriculum Inquiry, 2012
The burgeoning knowledge of the human brain generated by the proliferation of new brain imaging technology from in recent decades has posed questions about the potential for this new knowledge of neural processing to be translated into "usable knowledge" that teachers can employ in their practical curriculum work. The application of the findings…
Descriptors: Neurology, Educational Practices, Brain, Scientific Methodology
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Hlebowitsh, Peter – Curriculum Inquiry, 2010
After years of generating divergent approaches to scholarship, cast mostly as reactions against a historical orthodoxy, the curriculum studies community is now looking at a new dialectic--one marked by a physics that pull ideas inward toward some centripetal center. The tension between looking for unifying ideas as they articulate with a…
Descriptors: Educational Development, Intellectual History, Curriculum Development, Curriculum Evaluation