Developing the curriculum / Peter F. Oliva.

By: Oliva, Peter F
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Boston : Pearson/Allyn and Bacon, c2009Edition: 7th edDescription: xvii, 590 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780205593507 (hardcover); 020559350X (hardcover)Subject(s): Curriculum planning -- United States | School supervision -- United StatesDDC classification: 375 Online resources: Table of contents only
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART I THE CURRICULUM: THEORETICAL DIMENSIONS
1. Curriculum and Instruction Defined
Conceptions of Curriculum
Relationships between Curriculum and Instruction
Curriculum as a Discipline
Curriculum Specialists
Summary
Questions for Discussion
Supplementary Exercises
Endnotes
Bibliography
2. Principles of Curriculum Development
Clarification of Terms
Types of Curriculum Developers
Sources of Curriculum Principles
Types of Principles
Ten Axioms
Summary
Questions for Discussion
Supplementary Exercises
Endnotes
Bibliography
Part II CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: ROLES OF SCHOOL PERSONNEL
3. Curriculum Planning: A Multilevel, Multisector Process
Illustrations of Curriculum Decisions
Levels of Planning
Sectors of Planning
Curriculum Efforts at Various Levels
Sectors beyond the State
Summary
Questions for Discussion
Supplementary Exercises
Endnotes
Bibliography
Organizations
Websites
4. Curriculum Planning: The Human Dimension
The School as a Unique Blend
The Cast of Players
The Curriculum Leader and Group Process
Summary
Questions for Discussion
Supplementary Exercises
Endnotes
Bibliography
Websites
Part III CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: COMPONENTS OF THE PROCESS
5. Models for Curriculum Development
Selecting Models
Models of Curriculum Development
Summary
Questions for Discussion
Supplementary Exercises
Endnotes
Bibliography
Websites
6. Philosophy and Aims of Education
Using the Proposed Model
Aims of Education
Philosophies of Education
Formulating a Philosophy
Examples of School Philosophies
Summary
Questions for Discussion
Supplementary Exercises
Endnotes
Bibliography
Supplemental Media
Websites
7. Needs Assessment
Categories of Needs
Needs of Students: Levels
Needs of Students: Types
Needs of Society: Levels
Needs of Society: Types
Needs Derived from the Subject Matter
Conducting a Needs Assessment
Summary
Questions for Discussion
Supplementary Exercises
Endnotes
Bibliography
Websites
8. Curriculum Goals and Objectives
Hierachy of Outcomes
Defining Goals and Objectives
Locus of Curriculum Goals and Objectives
Constructing Statements of Curriculum Goals
Constructing Statements of Curriculum Objectives Validating and Determining Priority of Goals and Objectives
Summary
Questions for Discussion
Supplementary Exercises
Endnotes
Bibliography
9. Organizing and Implementing the Curriculum
Necessary Decisions
Where We¿ve Been: Curriculum Past
The Elementary School
The Junior High School
The Senior High School
Where We Are: Curriculum Present
The Elementary School
The Middle School
The Senior High School
Where We¿re Going: Curriculum Future
The Elementary School
The Middle School
The Senior High School
Technology in Education
Looking Further Ahead
Public and Private Enrollments
Summary
Questions for Discussion
Supplementary Exercises
Endnotes
Bibliography
Supplemental Media
Websites
10. Instructional Goals and Objectives
Planning for Instruction
Instructional Goals and Objectives Defined
The Use of Behavioral Objectives
Guidelines for Preparing Instructional Goals and Objectives
Taxonomic Levels
Rules for Writing
Validating and Determining Priority of Instructional Goals and Objectives
Summary
Questions for Discussion
Supplementary Exercises
Endnotes
Bibliography
Supplemental Media
11. Selecting and Implementing Strategies of Instruction
Deciding on Instructional Strategies
Sources of Strategies
Styles of Teaching
Styles of Learning
Models of Teaching
Teaching Skills
Organizing for Instruction
Presentation of Instruction
Individualized Versus Group Instruction
Summary
Questions for Discussion
Supplementary Exercises
Endnotes
Bibliography
Supplemental Media
Websites
12. Evaluating Instruction
Assessing Instruction
An Era of Assessment
Stages of Planning for Evaluation
Norm-referenced Measurement and Criterion-referenced Measurement
Evaluation in Three Domains
Performance-Based Assessment
Assessment Initiatives from Beyond the Classroom
Summary
Questions for Discussion
Supplementary Exercises
Endnotes
Bibliography
Supplemental Media
Websites
13. Evaluating the Curriculum
Purposes and Problems of Curriculum Evaluation
Delimiting Evaluation
Evaluation Models
Eight Concepts of Curriculum Construction
Scope, Relevance, Balance, Integration,
Sequence, Continuity, Articulation, Transferability
Summary
Questions for Discussion
Supplementary Exercises
Endnotes
Bibliography
Supplemental Media
Websites
PART IV CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: PRODUCTS AND ISSUES
14. Curriculum Products
Tangible Products
Curriculum Guides, Courses of Study, Syllabi
Resource Unit
Sources of Curriculum Materials
Summary
Questions for Discussion
Supplementary Exercises
Endnotes
Bibliography
Supplemental Media
Websites
15. Issues in Curriculum Development
Current Curriculum Issues
Improvements Needed for Curriculum Reform
Summary
Questions for Discussion
Supplementary Exercises
Endnotes
Bibliography
Supplemental Media
Websites

Includes bibliographical references (p. 563-565) and index.

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