School-based Curriculum Development in Britain: A Collection of Case Studies

1st Edition

John Eggleston

Routledge
Published September 19, 2018
Reference - 156 Pages
ISBN 9781138318380 - CAT# K391521
Series: Routledge Library Editions: Curriculum

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Summary

Originally published in 1980. School-based curriculum development was the dominant form of curriculum development in Britain. Though there were national projects, it was thought that the initiative for change must come from within the schools. Curriculum development arose directly from the needs and enthusiasms of the schools, their pupils and their teachers. Some large schools had undertaken their own programmes while others joined forces, sharing common needs and enjoying common achievements or based effective in-school initiatives on national projects. Given how much things have changed since, this book is enlightening.

Case studies: Codsall, Staffordshire; Manor Park, Newcastle; Abraham Moss Centre, Manchester; and Hele’s School, Exeter. There are also studies of the Independent Learning in Science Project and in the Nuffield Integrated Science Project.

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