Curriculum Development in an Art Project
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I In the late 1960s curriculum projects seemed to be everywhere. In my four years as a teacher I had been involved in two projects, one in science and one in art. Then I had come west to study education in hopes of learning how curricula should be developed. I had seen what seemed to me to be an inordinate amount of fumbling around, of false starts, uncoordinated effort, misunderstandings of purpose, failures to sustain an agreed-upon directness across long units of work and just plain mistakes of conception and execution. I thought there must be a body of lore somewhere that would enable curriculum makers to profit from the insights and mistakes of their predecessors. Surely others with more experience who had been able to give the problem more thought would have written of these things?