Curriculum Studies in Turkey [electronic resource] : A Historical Perspective / by Sümer Aktan
- Curriculum Studies Worldwide
- Chapter 1. Islamic Civilization and its Classical Curriculum Theory: the Philosophy, Institutions and Important Theoreticians of Classical Curriculum Theory -- Chapter 2. The Classical Curriculum Theory and the Madrasas in the Ottoman Empire -- Chapter 3. The Modernization of Education in the Ottoman Empire: The First Steps, 1730-1839 -- Chapter 4. Institutionalization, Bureaucratization and Westernization in Curriculum Theory, 1839-1908 -- Chapter 5. Curriculum Theory in Early Republic Era: Philosophy and Perspectives -- Chapter 6. Reflections on the New Curriculum Theory: Social Studies Curriculum and Civic Education in Turkey (1924-2004): A Case Study -- Chapter 7. Curriculum Theorists in the Early Republic Period of Turkey -- Chapter 8. Conclusion. .
- This book analyzes curriculum studies in Turkey from the perspective of three paradigms—religion, science, and ideology—since the early 19th century. Using Islam as a guiding point, Turkish curriculum theory later evolved to become the classical curriculum theory. In this book, the author presents a historical account of the long, complex, and contested evolution of the Turkish curriculum, as shaped by the intellectual and international forces of the day. This interplay is designed to inform international curriculum studies across national borders. .
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