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[P. V, CONTENTS] Contents Foreword to the Second Edition R. Murray Thomas Foreword to the First Edition Louis J. Rubin Preface About the Author Prologue: A Cautionary Tale Part I. The Meaning of Curriculum 1. Introduction: Developing One's Own Curriculum 2. Defining Inner and Outer Curriculum Part II. Education as Vocation: How a "Sense of Calling" Influences Curriculum Development 3. Learning From Your Professional Autobiography 4. Looking Forward to Work: The Power of Wanting to Be There 5. Keeping the Fire in Your Vocation Part III. Curriculum Development Can Make A Difference 6. Creative Curriculum Leadership in Practice 7. Civility in Leadership: The Ultimate Difference 8. Creating Learning Communities 9. Teacher Leaders Appendixes References Author Index Subject Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Curriculum planning United States, Curriculum change United States, Educational leadership United States