Tyler, Ralph W., "The Five Most Significant Curriculum Events in the Twentieth Century," Educational Leadership, 44(December, 1986-January, 1987), 36-38.
Identifies the studies of transfer of Thorndike, Dewey's writing on interest and effort, the 26th Yearbook of NSSE, the work in the 1930s of the Society for Curriculum Study, and the experiments in schools in the 1930s such as the Eight-Year Study.
Broad Topical Focus
Curriculum as a Field of Practice and Study
Mode of Inquiry in the Study
Type of Study
Curriculum History, Classics of Curriculum Literature, American/International Curriculum Organizations
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