Leslie Hardinge Library Guides: EDCI 620 Foundations of Curriculum

Course Description
Philosophical, historical, psychological and sociological foundations that shape curriculum practices. This course includes and introduction to the literature, theories and designs of curriculum. The approach will be analytical and theoretical, attempting to clarify the relationship between theories and practice.
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Curriculum Planning
Curriculum Design
Instructional Systems - Design
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Revised: Nov 28th 2018