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THEORY OF INSTRUCTION.

Discusses whether teachers and administrators should seek a theory of instruction apart from a theory of curriculum. Differences between the two theories. Approach to methods of effective education. Benefits to both teachers and students. Purpose of instruction. Educational philosoophy. What constitutes basic education. Importance of content. Outline.
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OUTLINE

I. Introduction

II. Definitions of instruction, education, and learning

A. What is learning? (Randle, Dultz)
B. Why and how do we learn? (Ebeling)
C. Developmental issues (Dultz)

III. Definition of curriculum

A. What should we learn? (Allen)
B. Multiculturalism (Sanchez)

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