Eclecticism of 2013 Curriculum

Posted on April 5, 2013


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An eclectic philosophy may be defined as a desire to obtain the best from a variety of approaches. Etymologically speaking, the term can be traced back to classical Greek. The philosophy underlying the curriculum may be considered eclectic, as indicated in its philosophical basis. The names of the subjects in the curriculum do not need to be linked to existentialism and perenialism.

Eclecticism of 2013 Curriculum

Eclecticism of 2013 Curriculum

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