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Test Bank For Curriculum Leadership Strategies for Development and Implementation 5th Edition By Allan A. Glatthorn, Floyd Boschee, Bruce M. Whitehead, Bonni F. Boschee, ISBN: 9781506363172, ISBN: 9781544362687

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Test Bank For Curriculum Leadership Strategies for Development and Implementation 5th Edition By Glatthorn

Test Bank For Curriculum Leadership Strategies for Development and Implementation 5th Edition By Allan A. Glatthorn, Floyd Boschee, Bruce M. Whitehead, Bonni F. Boschee, ISBN: 9781506363172, ISBN: 9781544362687

Curriculum Leadership: Strategies for Development and Implementation helps current and aspiring administrators, teachers, and curriculum directors successfully restructure, enhance, and implement school K–12 curriculum. This foundational book highlights 21st century educational ideas and advocacy, while also remaining focused on tried and true strategies for meeting state and national standards in today’s diverse classrooms.

Featuring an array of new scholars, researchers, and case studies, the Fifth Edition: centers on the importance of teachers and teacher-leaders in the area of curriculum development; promotes the crucial role of special education and its contribution to the overall curriculum development process; and includes a renewed emphasis on concurrent learning and creating stimulating online discussions.

With the support of this thought-provoking and extensively researched text, readers will develop a working and thorough foundation of curriculum to effectively implement in the classrooms of the future.

Table Of Content

Preface
PART I. FOUNDATIONS OF CURRICULUM
Chapter 1. The Nature of Curriculum

The Concept of Curriculum

The Types of Curricula

Components of the Curriculum

The Mastery, the Organic, and the Enrichment Curricula

The Hidden Curriculum

Summary

Applications

Case Study: Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice

The Challenge

Key Issues or Questions

Webliography

References

Chapter 2. Curriculum History: The Perspective of the Past

Academic Scientism (1890–1916)

Progressive Functionalism (1917–1940)

Developmental Conformism (1941–1956)

Scholarly Structuralism (1957–1967)

Romantic Radicalism (1968–1974)

Privatistic Conservatism (1975–1989)

Technological Constructionism (1990–1999)

Modern Conservatism (2000–2009)

Technological Functionalism (2010–Present)

A Century Plus of Curriculum Trends in Retrospect

Summary

Applications

Case Study: Curriculum Approaches Can Challenge Administrators

The Challenge

Key Issues or Questions

Webliography

References

Chapter 3. Curriculum Theory

The Nature and Function of Curriculum Theory

Leadership in Curriculum Theory

Classifying Curriculum Theories

Organizational Leadership Models

Research Theory Into Practical Application

The Theoretical School of the Future

Summary

Applications

Case Study: Integrating Curriculum Theory

The Challenge

Key Issues or Questions

Webliography

References

Chapter 4. The Politics of Curriculum

Myths About U.S. Schools

Political, Cultural, and Socioeconomic Realities

An Overview of the Curriculum Influence Process

The Role of the Federal Government

Technological Functionalism (2010–Present)

Common Core State Standards

Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)

State Role in Curriculum

The Role of Professional Organizations

Guiding Preservice Teachers

Increasing Role of the Courts and Congress

Local Education

The Classroom Teacher

Technology and Elements of Change

Summary

Applications

Case Study: Building a Political Firewall

The Challenge

Key Issues or Questions

Webliography

References

PART II. CURRICULUM PROCESSES
Chapter 5. Curriculum Planning

Goal-Based Model of Curriculum Planning

Locus of Planning Decisions

Organizational Structures

Identification and Allocation of Leadership

Importance of Integrity

Alignment of Educational Goals

Formulating a Curriculum Database

Planning a Calendar

Conducting a Needs Assessment

Organization and Evaluation of Resources

Teacher-Powered Professional Learning

Creating Teacher-Led Professional-Learning Strategies

Global Connections: Research and Practice

Summary

Applications

Case Study: Involving Community and Teacher-Leaders

The Challenge

Key Issues or Questions

Webliography

References

Chapter 6. Improving the Program of Studies

Reconceptualizing Programs of Study

Improving the Program of Studies

Global Connections

Summary

Applications

Case Study: Data Before Concepts

The Challenge

Key Issues or Questions

Webliography

References

Chapter 7. Improving a Field of Study

Reconceptualizing Fields of Study

Role of Collaborative Leadership

Improving the Field of Study

Mapping the Desired Curriculum

Summary

Applications

Case Study: Providing Diverse Teaching Strategies

The Challenge

Key Issues or Questions

Webliography

References

Chapter 8. Processes for Developing New Courses and Units

The Technological Process of Curriculum Planning

The Naturalistic Process of Curriculum Planning

The Inverse Design Process of Curriculum Planning

Preparing Schools for New Beginnings With Technology

Global Connections: Dual Systems in Korea

Summary

Applications

Case Study: When Trivial Becomes Tragic

The Challenge

Key Issues and Questions

Webliography

References

PART III. CURRICULUM MANAGEMENT
Chapter 9. Supervising the Curriculum: Teachers and Materials

Supervising the Taught Curriculum: Current Approaches

Elements of Supervision

Differentiated Professional Development

Maslow’s Theory of Human Needs

Supervising the Supported Curriculum

Supporting Culturally Revelant Teaching

Supporting Teaching and Learning With Technology

Global Connections: French Partnership

Summary

Applications

Case Study: Teacher-Leaders as Instructional Coaches

The Challenge

Key Issues or Questions

Webliography

References

Chapter 10. Curriculum Development and Implementation

Developing a Program Philosophy and Rationale Statement

Developing a Scope and Sequence, Program Goals, Objectives, Learning Outcomes, and Authentic Tasks

Global Connections: Narrowing the Achievement Gap

Leadership Truths for Curriculum Leaders

Summary

Applications

Case Study: Building Consensus by Committee

The Challenge

Key Issues or Questions

Webliography

References

Notes

Chapter 11. Aligning the Curriculum

A Rationale for Curriculum Alignment

Philosophy Statement

Role of the Principal

Curriculum Design

Organizing the Alignment Project

Organizational Strategies

Utilizing Research for Curriculum Alignment

Monitoring and Evaluating Curriculum Alignment

Summary

Applications

Case Study: Making Adjustments Via Alignment

The Challenge

Key Issues or Questions

Webliography

References

Chapter 12. Curriculum and Teacher Evaluation

The Goals of Curriculum and Teacher Evaluation

Evaluation Models

Developing an Eclectic Approach

Evaluating a Field of Study

Measuring Effectiveness Versus Developing Teachers

Evaluation Program Guidelines

Evaluation Strategies for Success

Technology and Evaluation: The Final Piece of the Puzzle

Global Connections: Evaluation and Accountability

Summary

Applications

Case Study: Teaching to the Test

The Challenge

Key Issues or Questions

Webliography

References

PART IV. CURRENT TRENDS IN THE CURRICULUM
Chapter 13. Current Developments in the Subject Fields

Developments in English Language Arts, Reading, and Writing

English Language Arts

Realities in Reading

Expanding a Culture of Writing

Dual Immersion Programs in English Language Arts

History–Social Studies

Mathematics

Science

Foreign Language

Education in the Arts

Physical Education and Health

Multicultural Education

Technology and Exponential Change

Summary

Applications

Case Study: What Is Taught Versus What Should Be Taught

The Challenge

Key Issues or Questions

Webliography

References

Chapter 14. Current Developments Across the Curriculum

Thinking Skills

Improving Listening Skills

Improving Speaking Skills

English Language Learner Education

Leadership for Socially Diverse Groups

Accommodating Diversity

Innovation and 21st-Century Learning

Professional Learning and Technology

Global Connections: Canada’s Shifting Minds Model

Summary

Applications

Case Study: Developing and Sharing Strategies

The Challenge

Key Issues or Questions

Webliography

References

Chapter 15. Individualizing the Curriculum

Differentiated Instruction

Types of Individualized Instruction

Enhancing Teaching and Learning

PreK and Early Childhood

Social and Economic Considerations

PreK and Early Childhood

Social and Economic Considerations

Digital Citizens

Global Connections: Third Culture Kids

Applications

Case Study: Response to Intervention Issues

The Challenge

Key Issues or Questions

Webliography

References

Glossary
Index
About the Authors