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EDF 7573: Contemporary Curriculum Issues and Theories

Welcome to library resources for EDF 7573 Contemporary Curriculum Issues and Theories


This guide was created for students in Dr. John Pecore's Contemporary Curriculum Issues and Theories (EDF 7573) class.  This course explores curriculum conceptions, contributions to curriculum decisions, issues and dilemmas in curriculum development, proposals for the organization of curriculum choices (both past and present), and analysis of curricular reforms. Theoretical foundations underlying curriculum considerations and implications of these for curriculum decision-makers at all levels. 

If you get stuck during your research, the UWF Libraries (and your friendly subject librarian!) - are here to help   

Use the tabs to the left for help finding information and resources for your curriculum theorist paper and your curriculum issue paper. 

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  • Contact me directly to set up a research consultation - see my contact info on the left!

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This is what it looks like if you are off campus and are not logged in (note the red tab!): 

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