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2014年国际课程开课通知——Introduction to Curriculum Studies(派纳教授主持)
来源:教育科学研究院  发布时间:2014-05-04 00:00:00  点击:53
        我院特聘教授——世界著名课程理论家、加拿大研究首席威廉·派纳(William Pinar)教授将在5月9日至6月9日期间访问我校并开展讲学与合作研究。由派纳教授主持的国际课程Introduction to Curriculum Studies(2014)(课程大纲请见附1)即将开课。具体安排如下:

       时间:
         第一次课:5月13日下午 1:30-3:30

 第二次课:5月14日下午 1:30-3:30 

 第三次课:5月19日下午 1:30-3:30 

 第四次课:5月21日下午 1:30-3:30 

 第五次课:5月26日下午  1:30-3:30 

 第六次课:5月28日下午  1:30-3:30 

 第七次课:6月3日下午    1:30-3:30

          第八次课:6月4日下午   1:30-3:30
 
      地点:恕园28-306(如有变动,另行通知);
      内容:(1)学生作为课程改革的中心;(2)“八年研究”运动。
      其他:全程全英文授课、问题讨论。
   
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HANGZHOU NORMAL UNIVERSITY

Graduate School of Educational Studies

Introduction to Curriculum Studies

Instructor: William Pinar (william.pinar@ubc.ca)

Summer, 2014, Hangzhou, China


I. Description: This course will examine the intellectual histories and present circumstances of curriculum studies worldwide, emphasizing North American meanings.

II. Readings required: To be distributed by instructor.

III. Assignments. 1) During the first hour of class, students listen to and pose questions regarding the daily lecture. A copy of most lectures will be distributed the day before for reference during the small-group discussions to be held during the second hour of class. 2) During the second hour students meet in small groups to identify approximately 3-5 ideas (or points) responsive to but not necessarily in agreement with the lecture. 3) During the final segment one person designated by the group report(s) these points to the class; students and the instructor will also engage in discussion. 4) By June 30 at 5:00PM each student will submit a 2000-word statement summarizing her or his conception of one curriculum issue and/or theory, referencing the relevant reading and/or discussion during class.

IV. Grading: Clarity, precision of reference, coherence of writing as well as students’ degree of engagement in class and group discussions will determine individual grades.