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I’ve blogged before about Snyder’s (1971) ‘Hidden curriculum’ ( click here). But looking in more detail, on page 120, we have  ‘so many students in colleges and universities…get their rewards from grades on papers they have written and not from the … Continue reading

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The hidden curriculum

This morning I’ve been reading an oldish paper (Sambell & McDowell, 1998) about work on the ‘hidden curriculum’, an even older phenomenon (Snyder, 1971).  The hidden curriculum can be thought of in terms of the distinction between ‘what is meant to happen’ … Continue reading

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