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Managing the Curriculum (Qualitative Research Methods)

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`Each chapter in the book is firmly rooted in research and is well referenced as one would expect of such a book. It will be of particular use to people with an academic interest in this aspect of school management but will also be thought-provoking for those who are involved in the development of the curriculum within their institution' - escalate</p> <p></p> <p>This book explores many of the new aspects of the core business of schools and colleges, that is, the curriculum. Keeping the focus clearly on learning and teaching, the contributors explore the practical issues for managers at institutional level, within the context of their need to understand and analyze key educational values and principles. Part One presents overviews of theories and models of curriculum, while Part Two examines how these are applied through planning, monitoring and evaluating. Part Three explores in detail the various managerial roles within schools and colleges from leaders to those responsible for cross-curriculum work and special educational needs. The fourth part discusses the importance of effectively managing resources for the curriculum - the environment, support staff and finance.</p> <p></p> <p>Contributors use empirical research evidence to analyze current curriculum trends whilst proposing various new models which are likely to emerge in the 21st century.

Synopsis:

Teachers can bring all the benefits of emotional intelligence into their classrooms with this hands-on idea book filled with exciting new ways to help every student be "people smart" as well as "book smart."

Synopsis:

Keeping the focus clearly on learning and teaching, the authors explore the practical issues for managers at the institutional level, within the context of their need to understand and analyze key educational values and principles.

Synopsis:

Managing the Curriculum explores many of the new aspects of the core business of schools and colleges, i.e. the curriculum.

Keeping the focus clearly on learning and teaching, David Middlewood and Neil Burton explore the practical issues for managers at institutional level, within the context of their need to understand and analyze key educational values and principles.

Part one presents overviews of theories and models of curriculum, while Part two examines how these are applied through planning, monitoring and evaluating.

Part three explores in detail the various managerial roles within schools and colleges from leaders to those responsible for cross-curriculum work and special educational needs.

Part four discusses the importance of effectively managing resources for the curriculum - the environment, support staff and finance.

The contributors use empirical research evidence to analyze current curriculum trends whilst proposing various new models which are likely to emerge in the twenty-first century.

Synopsis:

This series examines the impact of the many changes in the management of schools and colleges, drawing on empirical evidence. The approach is analytical rather than descriptive and generates conclusions about the most effective ways of managing schools and colleges on the basis of research evidence.

This book explores many of the new aspects of the core business of schools and colleges, that is, the curriculum. Keeping the focus clearly on learning and teaching, the authors explore the practical issues for managers at institutional level, within the context of their need to understand and analyze key educational values and principles.

Contributors use empirical research evidence to analyze current curriculum trends whilst proposing various new models which are likely to emerge in the 21st century.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780761970316
Editor:
Middlewood, David
Editor:
Burton, Neil
Editor:
Middlewood, David
Editor:
Burton, Neil
Author:
Middlewood, David
Publisher:
Sage Publications Ltd
Subject:
Education
Subject:
Curricula
Subject:
Curriculum planning
Subject:
Administration - General
Subject:
School management and organization
Subject:
Education - Curricula - Great Britain
Subject:
Education-Teaching Guides
Series:
Qualitative Research Methods
Publication Date:
20010731
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Pages:
224
Dimensions:
9.62x6.56x.78 in. 1.09 lbs.

Related Subjects

Business » General
Business » Management
Education » General
Education » Teaching » Guides

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"Synopsis" by , Teachers can bring all the benefits of emotional intelligence into their classrooms with this hands-on idea book filled with exciting new ways to help every student be "people smart" as well as "book smart."
"Synopsis" by , Keeping the focus clearly on learning and teaching, the authors explore the practical issues for managers at the institutional level, within the context of their need to understand and analyze key educational values and principles.
"Synopsis" by , Managing the Curriculum explores many of the new aspects of the core business of schools and colleges, i.e. the curriculum.

Keeping the focus clearly on learning and teaching, David Middlewood and Neil Burton explore the practical issues for managers at institutional level, within the context of their need to understand and analyze key educational values and principles.

Part one presents overviews of theories and models of curriculum, while Part two examines how these are applied through planning, monitoring and evaluating.

Part three explores in detail the various managerial roles within schools and colleges from leaders to those responsible for cross-curriculum work and special educational needs.

Part four discusses the importance of effectively managing resources for the curriculum - the environment, support staff and finance.

The contributors use empirical research evidence to analyze current curriculum trends whilst proposing various new models which are likely to emerge in the twenty-first century.

"Synopsis" by , This series examines the impact of the many changes in the management of schools and colleges, drawing on empirical evidence. The approach is analytical rather than descriptive and generates conclusions about the most effective ways of managing schools and colleges on the basis of research evidence.

This book explores many of the new aspects of the core business of schools and colleges, that is, the curriculum. Keeping the focus clearly on learning and teaching, the authors explore the practical issues for managers at institutional level, within the context of their need to understand and analyze key educational values and principles.

Contributors use empirical research evidence to analyze current curriculum trends whilst proposing various new models which are likely to emerge in the 21st century.

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