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January 14 Session 1

  • Welcome to ED556 Curriculum Studies
  • Introductions
  • Dr. Shutkin

 NO CLASS MLK DAY OBSERVED 

 


January 28 Session 2 

 

Reading:

  1. Ravitch (2010) pp. 1-14. 
  2. Pinar (2012) pp. 15-42.
  3. Dewey (1938) pp. 9-23. 

 

Assignment Due:

 


February 4 Session 3

Readings:

  1. Grumet, M. (1990). Retrospective: Autobiography and the analysis of Educational Experience. Cambridge Journal of Education, 20(3), 321-325.
  2. Pinar, W. (2012) Chapter two, section one:  To Run The Course: Currere. What Is Curriculum Theory. New York : Routledge. pp. 43-49. 

 

Assignment Due: WebLog 3

 

Discussion:

  • BlogPost3
  • The four moments of currere. 
  • The Pleasure of the text and BlogPost4

 


February 11 Session 4 

Readings:

  1. Ravitch (2010) Chapter 2: pp. 15-30.
  2. Dewey (1938) Chapter 2: pp. 25-32.

Resources

On-Campus      Off-Campus Authentication 


Assignment Due: WebLog 4

 


February 18  Session 5

 

Readings:

  1. Grumet, M. (1975) Existential and Phenomenological Foundations of Currere: Self-Report in Curriculum Inquiry. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Washington, D.C., April).
  2.  

 

 

Assignment Due: WebLog 5

 


February 25  1  Session 6

Readings:

Kliebard (2004) Chapters 1, 2, 3: pp. 1-75

 

Assignment Due: WebLog6

Please prepare a brief discussion (3-5 minutes) of ideas / themes you are developing / considering for your research proposal. Include at least one reference (article / book chapter / etc.) to share.

 


March 2-10  NO CLASSES SPRING BREAK


March 11  Session 7

 

Announcement: holistic assessment rubric

Reading:

Ravitch (2010) Chapters 3, 4: pp. 31-67.

Dewey (1938) Chapter 3: pp. 33-50.

Discussion:

  1. Review and record the rules for the writing circle.
  2. Individual reflection:  Begin the writing circle process.
  3. Debrief as a class.
  4.  

 


Readings review on this day...

March 18 Session 8

 

Readings:

 

Assignment Due:  Essay Proposal 

Assignment Due:  Blog7


session 9 

 

March 25  NO CLASS Erev Pesach (First Night of Passover)


April 2  Session 10   (This is a Tuesday and Monday classes are scheduled to meet)

 

Readings:  

Dewey (1938) Chapters 4, 5:  pp. 51-66.

Kliebard (2004) Chapter 4: pp. 76-104

 

Assignment Due:  Peer Review  

 


 

April 8  Session 11

 

Readings:

Ravitch (2010) Chapters 5, 6, 7: pp. 69-147. 

Agenda:

  • Discussion
  • Writing Circles

 

Assignments Due: 

  1. Conferences  By end of day on this date, you need to have met with me to discuss your proposal and directions for your final essay.
  2. Writing Circle Post1 

 


April 15  Session 12

Readings:

  • Pinar, W. (2012) Chapter Three: The Defeat of Democracy. What Is Curriculum Theory. New York : Routledge. pp. 69-101.
  • Pinar, W. (2012) Chapter Four:  Mortal Educational Combat. What Is Curriculum Theory. New York : Routledge. pp. 102-131.

Assignments Due:  Writing Circle Post2 



 

April  22  Session 13

Readings:   

Assignments Due: Writing Circle Post3 


April 29  Session 14

 

Readings:     Shutkin, Present of the Future draft essay

 

 


May 6  Session 15  Assignment Due:  Final Essay

 

 


 

 

 

 

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