THE CHANGING STRUCTURE OF THE HIGH SCHOOL HISTORY CURRICULUM
AbstractWhat stirred those involved in history teaching in 1960 was a fresh look at the school curriculum taken by Jerome Bruner. In his Process of Education, Bruner expounded upon two ideas that were to have a profound effect upon the teaching of history. One was that the fundamental ideas or principles in a discipline could be used as the basis for planning school curricula. The other was that curricula should he devised to develop skills in intuitive and analytical thinking.
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