The SAGE Guide to Curriculum in Education, 1st Edition

  • Ming Fang He
  • Brian D. Schultz
  • William H. Schubert
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1483346676
  • ISBN-13: 9781483346670
  • DDC: 375.001
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 552 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2015 | Published/Released November 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2015

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Overview

This guide integrates, summarizes, and explains, in highly accessible form, foundational knowledge and information about the field of curriculum with brief, simply written overviews for people outside of or new to the field of education. This guide supports study, research, and instruction, with content that permits quick access to basic information, accompanied by references to more in-depth presentations in other published sources.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Brief Contents.
Contents.
About the Editors.
Acknowledgments.
Dedication.
Prelude.
Subject Matter as Curriculum.
1: Deciding Aims and Purposes of Subject Matter.
2: Subject Matter as Experience.
3: Subject Matters of Literacy.
4: Subject Matters of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
5: Subject Matters of Social Studies.
6: Subject Matters of the Arts.
7: Subject Matters of Humanities.
8: Subject Matters of Language, Culture, Identity, and Power.
9: Subject Matters of Physical Education.
10: Organization and Sequencing of Subject Matters.
11: Subject Mattersof Digital Technology and Computing Science Curriculum.
12: Integrated, Holistic, and Core Subject Matters.
13: Currere as Subject Matter.
14: Multicultural Currere as Subject Matter.
15: Critical Race/Feminist Currere.
16: Curriculum Imagination as Subject Matter.
17: Popular Culture as Subject Matter.
18: Critical Media Literacy in the Digital Age.
Teachers as Curriculum.
19: Teacher as Curriculum.
20: Teachers as Activists.
21: Teachers and Pedagogy for Communal Well-Being.
22: Teacher Bashing and Teacher Eskilling.
23: High-Stakes Testing and the Evaluation of Teachers.
24: Teachers as Cultural Workers.
25: Teacher Education Curriculum.
26: Culturally Relevant Pedagogy.
27: Black Teachers as Curriculum Texts in Urban Schools.
28: Teachers as Improvisational Artists.
Students as Curriculum.
29: Students as Curriculum.
30: Students' Experiences as Curriculum.
31: Immigrant Students' Experience as Curriculum.
32: Learning From and With Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students.
33: Learning From/With Multicultural Children's Literature.
34: Students and (Dis)Ability.
35: Students As Critical Citizens/Educated Subjects But not As Commodities/Tested Objects.
36: Learning for Creative, Associated, Joyful, and Worthwhile Living.
Milieu as Curriculum.
37: The Neglected Historical Milieu.
38: The Biographical and Documentary Milieu.
39: Curriculum and the Policy Milieu.
40: The Parental, Familial, and Communal Milieu.
41: The Technological Milieu.
42: The Moral and Spiritual Milieu: Humanistic Alternatives to the Competitive Milieu.
43: The Gender, Sexuality, and Queer Milieu.
44: The Womanist/Black Feminist Milieu.
45: The Socioeconomic Class Milieu.
46: The Corporate–Military–Governmental Milieu.
47: The Youth Cultural Milieu.
48: Deschooling, Homeschooling, and Unschooling in the Alternative School Milieu.
49: Geographical Milieu.
50: Popular Cultural Milieu Illustrated Through a Hip-Hop Culturally Values-Driven Pedagogy.
51: Browning the Curriculum: A Project of Unsettlement.
52: Ecological Milieu.
53: Global, Transnational, and Local Curriculum.
54: Indigenous Land and Decolonizing Curriculum.
55: The Multicultural, Multilingual, and Multiracial Milieu.
Postlude.
Resource Guide.
Index.