Reading Response 2: The Tyler Rationale

It is clear that Ralph Tyler has made a lasting impression on curriculum theory and practice because of the presence of his rationale still in schools today. In my schooling experience, I cannot remember a period of time I went without experiencing the Tyler rationale in some way. If I think back to Kindergarten, IContinue reading “Reading Response 2: The Tyler Rationale”

Reading Response 1: Kumashiro

How does Kumashiro define ‘common sense?’ Kumashiro defines common sense as the facets of life subjective to different locations, groups, and cultures. Common sense beliefs often reinforce the ideas of what people should do and believe in, not what people could do if they challenged these beliefs. People often feel comfortable having common sense beliefsContinue reading “Reading Response 1: Kumashiro”

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