Philosophical and Psychological
Foundations of Education
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JANE ROLAND MARTIN

 

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Excerpts from "Two Dogmas of Curriculum"

There are any number of ways to divide up a subject and any number of ways to integrate the resultant parts. ~ Jane Roland Martin, "Two Dogmas of Curriculum"


In education, as in life, appearances can be deceptive. To discover what is taking place one must look behind and beyond the overt behavior of both students and teachers for intentions which are not always obvious to the naked eye. ~ Jane Roland Martin, "Two Dogmas of Curriculum"


When true curricular reform is wanted, simply extending the range of learning activities and materials, important as this may be, is not sufficient. ~ Jane Roland Martin, "Two Dogmas of Curriculum"


The grip of tradition and habit is strong. ~ Jane Roland Martin, "Two Dogmas of Curriculum"


One of our most deeply entrenched assumptions about curriculum is that the basics are immutable givens. ~ Jane Roland Martin, "Two Dogmas of Curriculum"


 

 

 
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