|aThe SAGE handbook of curriculum and instruction /|ceditor, F. Michael Connelly ; associate editors, Ming Fang He, JoAnn Phillion.
|aLos Angeles :|bSage Publications,|cc2008.
|axv, 604 p. ;|c27 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
|aIntroduction: Planning the Handbook: Practice, Context, and Theory -- Part I: Curriculum in Practice -- Introductory Essay -- Curriculum policy and the politics of what should be learned in schools -- Curriculum plannings: content, form, and the politics of accountablity -- Making curricula: why do states make curricula, and how? -- Subject matter: defining and theorizing school subjects -- Structuring curriculum: technical, normative, and political considerations -- Curriculum implementation and sustainability -- Technology's role in curriculum and instruction -- Part II: Curriculum in Context -- Introductory Essay -- Curriculum and cultural diversity -- Identity, community, and diversity: retheorizing multicultural curriculum for the Postmodern Era -- Students' experience of school curriculum: the everyday circumstances of granting and withholding assent to learn -- Immigrant students' experience of curriculum -- Teaching for diversity: the next big challenge -- Teacher education as a bridge? Unpacking curriculum controversies -- Cultivating the image of teacher as curriculum makers -- Teachers' experience of curriculum: policy, pedagogy, and situation -- Indigenous resistance and renewal: from colonizing practices to self-determination -- Globalization and curriculum -- Community education in developing countries: the quiet revolution in schooling -- Part III: Curriculum in Theory -- Introductory Essay -- Curriculum inquiry -- Curriculum policy research -- Hidden research in curriculum -- Reenvisioning the progressive tradition in curriculum -- What the schools teach: a social history of the American curriculum since 1950 -- Curriculum development in historical perspective -- Curriculum theory since 1950: crisis, reconceptualization, internationalization -- The landscape of curriculum and instruction: diversity and continuity.