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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Curriculum-making in school and college: The case of hospitality
Author(s): Edwards, Richard
Miller, Kate
Priestley, Mark
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Keywords: Curriculum
Credit frameworks
Teachers' dispositions
Prescribed curriculum
Grading and marking (Students)
College credits
Accreditation (Education)
Curriculum-based assessment
Curriculum planning Great Britain
Issue Date: Mar-2009
Date Deposited: 5-Feb-2009
Citation: Edwards R, Miller K & Priestley M (2009) Curriculum-making in school and college: The case of hospitality. Curriculum Journal, 20 (1), pp. 27-42.
Abstract: Drawing upon research in the curriculum of Hospitality, this article explores the contrasting ways in which the prescribed curriculum is translated into the enacted curriculum is school and college contexts. It identifies organisational culture and teacher and student backgrounds and dispositions as central to the emerging contrasts. It uses this evidence to argue that the evolution of credit frameworks which assume a rational curriculum is unhelpful in understanding the multiple plays of difference in learning and the enacted curriculum
DOI Link: 10.1080/09585170902763981
Rights: Published by Taylor & Francis

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