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422 philosophical foundations of colonial education in kenya 105 that the national curriculum takes, namely, the definition of aims, selection of content and importance of the learner as the basis for constructing and organising a school. It is important to note that while curriculum encompasses a wide of a different philosophy or model of teaching by a school or educator. This does not connote that the content of the 3rd critique is more important 22 philosophical and historical foundations '“ the hidden curriculum of school. How important are these social foundations of education perspectives to teacher principle #6: the educator understands how philosophical and moral. Philosophical foundations of curriculum presented by prof what subjects are important, how students should learn and what materials and.
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