As a worldwide phenomenon, the internationalization of curriculum studies is at its beginning. While much has been written about South African education, now, for the first time, gathered in one collection are glimpses of South African curriculum studies described by six distinctive points of view. Included are sections of a qmicro-momentq of internationalization in which South African scholars reply to questions raised by scholars working elsewhere. Knowing what curriculum studies colleagues are thinking worldwide is the first step in understanding curriculum internationally. Recognizing the national distinctiveness of curriculum studies enables scholars to underscore how national history and culture influence their own research.My essay is divided into the following main sections: my early understanding of the term curriculum; my induction into ... The uprisings were sparked by studentsa#39; dissatisfaction with Afrikaans being imposed as medium of instruction in African1 ... Later, in 1980, I was in Grade 11, during a period of protracted school boycotts.
|Title||:||Curriculum Studies in South Africa|
|Author||:||William F. Pinar|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2010-02-16|