Analyzing the Curriculum Debate

From: Volume XIII, Issue 3: Spring 1993 Pages 95-101

Abstract

Too often the curriculum is understood by religious educators to be merely the "quarterlies" and other printed materials. This definition is too narrow. A broader definition includes the intended and unintended teaching and learning designs for the learners. If religious educators are to fulfill their role as curriculum designers, we need to analyze the curriculum debate within the church.

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