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Breadth and Balance in the Primary Curriculum By R. J. Campbell

Breadth and Balance in the Primary Curriculum by R. J. Campbell

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Summary

A collection of essays ranging from critiques of the National Curriculum, and general concerns within curriculum practice and thinking, to reflections on the comparative dimensions of primary education.

Breadth and Balance in the Primary Curriculum Summary

Breadth and Balance in the Primary Curriculum by R. J. Campbell

In attempting to analyze the concept of breadth and balance in the primary curriculum, Campbell has drawn together the views of experts which are applied to an aspect of the primary curriculum related to their work. The result is a collection of essays ranging from critiques of the National Curriculum, and general concerns within curriculum practice and thinking, to reflections on the comparative dimensions of primary education. This synthesis of insights into the primary curriculum aims to provide a basis for reflection and to contribute to the development of primary education enquiry. This text is intended for use by teachers in training and in-service training, teacher trainers and administrators, researchers, policy-makers and administrators.

Table of Contents

Part 1 Breadth and balance in the National Curriculum: breadth, balance and the National Curriculum, Norman Thomas; a dream at conception - a nightmare at delivery, Jim Campbell; balancing priorities - children and the curriculum in the nineties, Andrew Pollard et al; never mind the quality - feel the breadth and balance, Vic Kelly and Geva Blenkin. Part 2 Breadth and balance in the school context: influences on curriculum balance at school level - a case study, Mike Ashton; balanced thinking? cuririculur tensions in school journey, Jennifer Nias. Part 3 The social subjects: place, time and society, and the schools council 8-13 - breadth of view and balance of interests, Ray Derricott; breadth, balance and connection in the primary curriculum - bridge-building, past and present, Bill Marsden; the subjects that dare not speak their name, Alistair Ross. Part 4 A comparative perspective: balance and diversity in the primary curriculum - lessons from Europe, Maurice Galton.

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GOR002257998
9780750701808
0750701803
Breadth and Balance in the Primary Curriculum by R. J. Campbell
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Taylor & Francis Ltd
1993-04-23
184
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