Factors in Curricular Development


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Factors in Curricular Development
The synthesis of political, social, and historical events in the
development of null, hidden, overt, extra, and
operational forms of curriculum
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Null curriculum is the unstated aspect of the educational process that according to E.W. Eisner results in forming educational connections for students (1994, as cited in Owen-Wilson, 2005, para. 15). His theory states that: “what schools do not teach may be as important as what they do teach” (Eisner, 1994, as cited in Owen-Wilson, 2005, para. 17). Drawing on the Constructionist Post-Modern viewpoints as espoused by Paolo Freire, who stressed a movement away from dichotomous relations between institution and...
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