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  1. Chapter 3- Historical Foundations of Curriculum

  2. The Colonial Period:1642-1776 Massachusetts- “Old Deluder Satan Act of 1647 Middle Atlantic South

  3. Colonial Schools Town School Parochial and private Schools Latin Grammar Schools Boston Latin Grammar School 1635 The Academy College

  4. Textbooks and Readers The Hornbook The New England Primer

  5. The National Period: 1776-1850 Benjamin Rush Thomas Jefferson Noah Webster William Holmes McGuffey McGuffey Readers

  6. Nineteenth-Century European Educators Pestalozzi Froebel Herbart Spencer What knowledge is most worth?

  7. Universal Education Monitorial Schools Common Schools The Academy The High School James Conant

  8. Committee of Fifteen on Elementary Education Committee of Ten on Secondary School Studies Committee on College Entrance Requirements The Transitional Period: 1893-1918

  9. Flexner Dewey Judd Commission on the Reorganization of Secondary Education Cardinal Principles A Modern Curriculum

  10. Seven Cardinal Principles Health Command of the Fundamentals Worthy Home Membership Vocation Citizenship Leisure Ethical Character

  11. Bobbitt and Charters Kilpatrick The Twenty-Sixth Yearbook Rugg and Caswell Eight Year Study Tyler Curriculum as a Field

  12. What educational purposes should the school seek to attain? What educational experiences can be provided that are likely to attain these purposes? How can these educational experiences be effectively organized? How can we determine whether these purposes are being attained? Tyler’s Basic Principles