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 John Carroll University

Department of Education and Allied Studies

ED556 Curriculum



Spring Semester 2010

Mondays 6:00-8:40

AD 248




David Shutkin, Ph.D


Office:         AD304

Land line    216.397.4754

E-mail:       dshutkin@jcu.edu

Web site:    http://curriculumstudies.pbworks.com/

WebLog:     http://dshutkin.blogspot.com


Office Hours by appointment:

Tuesday:      2:30-4:00PM

Wednesday: 3:30-5:30PMPeer Review BlogSpot

Thursday:    2:30-4:00PM, 8:45-9:45PM



This course concerns the theoretical and practical design and development of the school program with emphasis on current practices.


3.0 Credit Hours

3.0Lecture hours

Required Books

  • Flinders, D.  and Thornton, S (eds.) 2009. The curriculum studies reader. New York : Routledge. 3rd edition.
  • Jardine, D. (1998) To dwell with a boundless heart : essays in curriculum theory, hermeneutics, and the ecological imagination. New York : P. Lang.
  • Taubman, P. (2009) Teaching by numbers : deconstructing the discourse of standards and accountability in education. New York : Routledge.

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Services for Students with Disabilities

If you have a documented medical, learning, or psychological disability—or suspect that you might—you should visit Services for Students with Disabilities to discuss ways that their office can help you in your academic endeavors at John Carroll. Services for Students with Disabilities can provide you with referrals to specialists in the Cleveland area. They can assist eligible students in developing and requesting accommodations from instructors and staff; some examples include: note takers, extra time for exams, testing in a quiet room, priority registration, and residence hall modifications, moving classes to minimize travel, assistive listening devices, and large print.


Location: AD 07 (the ground floor of the Administration Building)

Phone: 216-397-4967

Website: www.jcu.edu/campuslife/disabilities/



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