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Curriculum and the cultural revolution: a Book of essays and readings. Edited by David E. Purpel and Maurice Belanger.

; Belanger, Maurice
Berkeley, Calif., McCutchan Pub. Corp. [1972] .
ISBN 9780821115091, 082111509X

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Other Authors Belanger, Maurice.
Subjects Curriculum planning -- United States.
Education, Humanistic.
Educational innovations -- United States.
Description iv, 497 p. 24 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographies.
Contents Harman, W. W. The nature of our changing society: implications for schools.--Purpel, D., and Belanger, M. Toward a humanistic curriculum theory.--Schwab, J. J. The practical: a language for curriculum.--Martin, J. R. The disciplines and the curriculum.--Lamm, Z. The status of knowledge in the radical concept of education.--Grannis, J. C. The school as a model of society.--Scriven, M. Education for survival.--Newmann, F. M., and Oliver, D. W. Education and community.--Alschuler, A. S. Psychological education.--Katz, R. A solo-survival experience as education for personal growth.--Mosher, R. L., and Sprinthall, N. A. Psychological education: a means to promote personal development during adolescence.--Rogers, C. R. Interpersonal relationships: U.S.A. 2000.--Barth, R. S. Open education: assumptions about children, learning, and knowledge.--Kohlberg, L. Moral education in the schools: a developmental view.--Conclusions and implications.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00489454
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