Randolph, Dominic; Duffy, Elizabeth; Mattingly, Kevin
March 2007
Independent School;Spring2007, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p86
The article discusses educational curriculum redesign based around the concepts of principles, personal qualities, and process. The article discusses the importance of having clear educational principles which guide curriculum and instruction. School curriculum should seek to instill in students personal qualities of responsibility, sound thinking, effective communication, and a sense of how to learn. When redesigning a curriculum the process of the redesign should be inclusive of all involved.


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