Curriculum making in the General College

a report of problems and progress of the General College, University of Minnesota, prepared by staff of the General College.
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University of Minnesota. General College -- Curri
StatementEdited by Malcolm S. MacLean ... James W. Thornton ... Ivol Spafford ...
ContributionsMacLean, Malcolm S. b. 1893, ed.
LC ClassificationsLD3333 .A5 1940
The Physical Object
Pagination275 numb. l.
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Open LibraryOL6429925M
LC Control Number41052464

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General College.]. Define the purpose of the curriculum. Your curriculum should have clear topic and purpose. The topic should be appropriate for the age of the students and the environment in which the curriculum will be taught.

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The data presented here, for example, suggest different patterns of influence in the public and private sectors and, within public schools, highlight the possibility of shared decision making.

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