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History of Curriculum Design & Reform

For EDU 651 session #2
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Melody Shank

on 16 September 2013

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Transcript of History of Curriculum Design & Reform

History of Influences on Curriculum 1900-2012
1880-1920
1880s: Child Study Movement
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Facts: 6% of students went to HS
Immigration at all time high through 1920
Education
1904 Adolescence - Special Challenging Time
Birth of Ed Psychology & Testing-
Need for systemic approach to study
John Dewey
Binet
Thorndike
Intertwining of Philosophy, Psychology & Pedagogy
Need for more educated populace
Committee of Ten on Secondary Schools
Harvard Pres. C. Eliot
1882
Classical Education for all
1920
Child & Society
Education for Democracy
John Franklin Bobbitt
Father of Currriculum-Making -
Scientific Approach to curriculum
Educational Efficiency & Functionalism
Progressivism
Child Study:
Focus on the Child
Essentialism:
Focus on Societal Needs
Perennialism:
Focus on Intellectual Development
1950
1930s
Harold Rugg
Social Reconstruction: Change Society
1957
30 % Attend HS
Post-war Focus on Prosperity - Education
Development of Comprehensive HS
Federal Government Funding for University-Driven Curriculum Development & Reform : New Math, Science, Social Studies.
1960s
Education as answer to social economic, problems
war on poverty
war on racism
Equal Opportunity Act -1965
Civil Rights Act - 1964
1970s
Challenge to Curriculum_making & the Canon
Multiculturalism
Learning Theory - Constructivism
Civil Rights Movement
Women's Movement
Whose Curriculum is it?
Vygotsky
1980s
1983
1965
Middle School Concept Born
A study of schools
New Curriculum
Foundation for Standards
Mortimer Adler - Philosopher , Proponent of Classical Education (Great Books)


The Paideia Program
Ted Sizer
John Goodlad
Focus on Teacher-driven reform and currriculum-making

Schools for Democracy
Focus on Liberal Education for all
2000
Increased role of Federal Govt in Accountability Measures
Goals 2000
NCLB
State Standards
Maine Learning Results - 1997
1990
2007 New Maine Learning Results
G. Stanley Hall
Common Core of Standards
National Standards, National Curriculum & Testing
Feminism
Diane Ravitch
E.D Hirsch/W. Bennett
Back to Basics
Mass Customized Learning
Dewey/Progressivism:
Focus on Child and Societal Needs
Recent Books
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