Serveur d'exploration sur Heinrich Schütz

Attention, ce site est en cours de développement !
Attention, site généré par des moyens informatiques à partir de corpus bruts.
Les informations ne sont donc pas validées.

Journeys of Expansion and Synopsis: Tensions in Books That Shaped Curriculum Inquiry, 1968–Present

Identifieur interne : 000138 ( Main/Exploration ); précédent : 000137; suivant : 000139

Journeys of Expansion and Synopsis: Tensions in Books That Shaped Curriculum Inquiry, 1968–Present

Auteurs : William H. Schubert [États-Unis]

Source :

RBID : ISTEX:A3AB9862EE64852ACE28F7EF002D5F568C7BD842

Abstract

In honor of the 40th volume of Curriculum Inquiry, I begin by claiming that pursuit of questions about what is worthwhile, why, and for whose benefit is a (perhaps the) central consideration of curriculum inquiry. Drawing autobiographically from my experience as an educator during the past 40 years, I sketch reflections on curriculum books published during that time span. I situate my comments within both the historical backdrop that preceded the beginning of Curriculum Inquiry and the emergence of new curricular languages or paradigms during the late 1960s and early 1970s. I suggest that two orientations of curriculum books have provided a lively tension in curriculum literature—one expansive and the other synoptic—while cautiously wondering if both may have evolved from different dimensions of John Dewey's work. I speculate about the place of expansion and synopsis in several categories of curriculum literature: historical and philosophical; policy, professional, and popular; aesthetic and artistic; practical and narrative; critical; inner and contextual; and indigenous and global. Finally, I reconsider expansive and synoptic tendencies in light of compendia, heuristics, and venues that portray evolving curriculum understandings without losing the purport of myriad expansions of the literature.


Url:
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-873X.2009.00468.x


Affiliations:


Links toward previous steps (curation, corpus...)


Le document en format XML

<record>
<TEI wicri:istexFullTextTei="biblStruct">
<teiHeader>
<fileDesc>
<titleStmt>
<title xml:lang="en">Journeys of Expansion and Synopsis: Tensions in Books That Shaped Curriculum Inquiry, 1968–Present</title>
<author>
<name sortKey="Schubert, William H" sort="Schubert, William H" uniqKey="Schubert W" first="William H." last="Schubert">William H. Schubert</name>
</author>
</titleStmt>
<publicationStmt>
<idno type="wicri:source">ISTEX</idno>
<idno type="RBID">ISTEX:A3AB9862EE64852ACE28F7EF002D5F568C7BD842</idno>
<date when="2010" year="2010">2010</date>
<idno type="doi">10.1111/j.1467-873X.2009.00468.x</idno>
<idno type="url">https://api.istex.fr/document/A3AB9862EE64852ACE28F7EF002D5F568C7BD842/fulltext/pdf</idno>
<idno type="wicri:Area/Main/Corpus">002009</idno>
<idno type="wicri:Area/Main/Curation">001F57</idno>
<idno type="wicri:Area/Main/Exploration">000138</idno>
</publicationStmt>
<sourceDesc>
<biblStruct>
<analytic>
<title level="a" type="main" xml:lang="en">Journeys of Expansion and Synopsis: Tensions in Books That Shaped Curriculum Inquiry, 1968–Present</title>
<author>
<name sortKey="Schubert, William H" sort="Schubert, William H" uniqKey="Schubert W" first="William H." last="Schubert">William H. Schubert</name>
<affiliation wicri:level="1">
<country xml:lang="fr">États-Unis</country>
<wicri:regionArea>University of Illinois at ChicagoChicago, IL</wicri:regionArea>
<wicri:noRegion>IL</wicri:noRegion>
</affiliation>
</author>
</analytic>
<monogr></monogr>
<series>
<title level="j">Curriculum Inquiry</title>
<idno type="ISSN">0362-6784</idno>
<idno type="eISSN">1467-873X</idno>
<imprint>
<publisher>Blackwell Publishing Inc</publisher>
<pubPlace>Malden, USA</pubPlace>
<date type="published" when="2010-01">2010-01</date>
<biblScope unit="volume">40</biblScope>
<biblScope unit="issue">1</biblScope>
<biblScope unit="page" from="17">17</biblScope>
<biblScope unit="page" to="94">94</biblScope>
</imprint>
<idno type="ISSN">0362-6784</idno>
</series>
<idno type="istex">A3AB9862EE64852ACE28F7EF002D5F568C7BD842</idno>
<idno type="DOI">10.1111/j.1467-873X.2009.00468.x</idno>
<idno type="ArticleID">CURI468</idno>
</biblStruct>
</sourceDesc>
<seriesStmt>
<idno type="ISSN">0362-6784</idno>
</seriesStmt>
</fileDesc>
<profileDesc>
<textClass></textClass>
<langUsage>
<language ident="en">en</language>
</langUsage>
</profileDesc>
</teiHeader>
<front>
<div type="abstract" xml:lang="en">In honor of the 40th volume of Curriculum Inquiry, I begin by claiming that pursuit of questions about what is worthwhile, why, and for whose benefit is a (perhaps the) central consideration of curriculum inquiry. Drawing autobiographically from my experience as an educator during the past 40 years, I sketch reflections on curriculum books published during that time span. I situate my comments within both the historical backdrop that preceded the beginning of Curriculum Inquiry and the emergence of new curricular languages or paradigms during the late 1960s and early 1970s. I suggest that two orientations of curriculum books have provided a lively tension in curriculum literature—one expansive and the other synoptic—while cautiously wondering if both may have evolved from different dimensions of John Dewey's work. I speculate about the place of expansion and synopsis in several categories of curriculum literature: historical and philosophical; policy, professional, and popular; aesthetic and artistic; practical and narrative; critical; inner and contextual; and indigenous and global. Finally, I reconsider expansive and synoptic tendencies in light of compendia, heuristics, and venues that portray evolving curriculum understandings without losing the purport of myriad expansions of the literature.</div>
</front>
</TEI>
<affiliations>
<list>
<country>
<li>États-Unis</li>
</country>
</list>
<tree>
<country name="États-Unis">
<noRegion>
<name sortKey="Schubert, William H" sort="Schubert, William H" uniqKey="Schubert W" first="William H." last="Schubert">William H. Schubert</name>
</noRegion>
</country>
</tree>
</affiliations>
</record>

Pour manipuler ce document sous Unix (Dilib)

EXPLOR_STEP=$WICRI_ROOT/Wicri/Musique/corpus/SchutzV1/Data/Main/Exploration
HfdSelect -h $EXPLOR_STEP/biblio.hfd -nk 000138 | SxmlIndent | more

Pour mettre un lien sur cette page dans le réseau Wicri

{{Explor lien
   |wiki=    Wicri/Musique
   |area=    SchutzV1
   |flux=    Main
   |étape=   Exploration
   |type=    RBID
   |clé=     ISTEX:A3AB9862EE64852ACE28F7EF002D5F568C7BD842
   |texte=   Journeys of Expansion and Synopsis: Tensions in Books That Shaped Curriculum Inquiry, 1968–Present
}}

Wicri

This area was generated with Dilib version V0.6.20.
Data generation: Sun Apr 10 01:23:10 2016. Site generation: Fri Aug 18 21:45:27 2017