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Joseph Schwab, curriculum, curriculum studies and educational reform

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The ‘Practical 1’ paper combines Schwab’s abiding concern, for the nature and quality of educational experience with another abiding concern, for how we think about what we do. The Practical 1 is the first of a set of four ‘practical’ essays. These in turn are the product of his thinking about college education and his ideas on the principles of scientific inquiry applied to education in the Practical 1. What Schwab said about education was considered provocative at its time. What Schwab was doing has continuing value. He would, no doubt, say different things in the current educational environment but what he was doing as he said them would remain close to the original.
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Keywords: Joseph Schwab; curriculum inquiry; educational reform; principles of inquiry

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2013-10-01

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