Fitzharris, Linda Hummel
January 2005
Journal of Staff Development;Winter2005, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p24
Discusses the development of curriculum design. Definition of curriculum; Effect of curriculum on the achievements of the students; Evolution of the development of curriculum design Process in the development of curriculum design.


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