Curriculum Work as a Public Moral Enterprise by Rubén A. Gaztambide-Fernández, James T. Sears

By Rubén A. Gaztambide-Fernández, James T. Sears

Reflecting the present flip in curriculum paintings that underscores the connection among idea and perform, this quantity brings jointly the voices of curriculum theorists operating inside of educational settings and practitioners operating in faculties and different academic settings. This assortment engages readers within the advanced dialog in regards to the courting among thought and perform, among theoreticians and practitioners.

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We describe our emerging theoretical understanding of unification education and share Soo Ryeon’s work implementing a unification curriculum. When we began our collaborative exchange, the challenges of imple­ menting a unification curriculum quickly became clear. Neither of us had ever incorporated unification, and Soo Ryeon already had a fixed curricu­ lum for the month that did not include unification education. The practi­ cal obstacles she listed practically reflected earlier research findings.

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