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Education, Curriculum and Educology

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An analysis of the connections among education, curriculum and educology, including characterization of curriculum as a written plan for the guided study of some content within some social and cultural setting; eight basic components of a sound curriculum design; issues arising from discourse about curriculum; curriculum from four major value perspectives; fourteen critical categories for unambiguous discourse about curriculum; the educational process as guided study; unofficial vs. official education; four basic components of education; two basic functions of education; twelve derivative features of education; teaching and studying strategies; relationship of curriculum to the educational process; education vs. educology (knowledge about education); curriculum vs. knowledge about curriculum (the educology of curriculum).

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