Introduction to curriculum research and development

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introduction to curriculum research and development

An Introduction To Curriculum Research And Development by Lawrence Stenhouse

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As a practising teacher, I had recently embarked on a part-time MA in Curriculum Studies, so, as students do, I annotated the passages that spoke to me most forcefully. Reading the book again, together with other material from the Stenhouse Archive at the University of East Anglia, 1 I was intrigued to discover how many of the points that struck me as important on first reading remain significant for me today.

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Scientific Research An Academic Publisher. Stenhouse, L. An introduction to curriculum research and development. London: Heinemann. However, with the development of information technology in general and Internet and online technologies in particular, there has been an increasing emphasis on the development of distance learning methods, providing opportunities to extend boundaries of space and time. In this paper, the author sets out to present the findings of a case-study enquiry into student perceptions of the introduction of an e-learning component as part of their experience of an M.

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  2. Lailbacergi1995 says:

    User Review - Flag as inappropriate. This is a classic text that has been very influential in the development of practitioner and action research by teachers.

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