Curriculum as Process #3

Levin (2008) states, “curriculum is defined as an official statement of what students are expected to know and be able to do” (p. 8).  There are a variety of steps involved in the development and implementation of the curricula. Levin (2008) suggests governments (federal/provincial), civil servants or experts (school authorities or councils involving parents or

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Curriculum as Process #2

According to commonsense it means to be a good student by adapting to what society or schools deem as important. Painter (1986) states, “the various faculties or capacities which await development in the child are elassed as physical, mental, and moral” (p. 1). Kumashiro (2010) confirms this idea by suggesting “mainstream society often places value

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