As disputas pelo currículo e a renovação da escola primária nos estados unidos na transição do século 19 para o século 20
Título alternativoDisputes for the curriculum and the renewal of the primary school in the United States from the 19th century to the 20th century
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This text includes a study on the disputes for the primary school curriculum in the United States from the 19th century to the 20th century. Firstly, the principles of correlation and concentration of the subject such as the ones proposed by Francis Parker and the Herbartians, especially Charles McMurry and Frank McMurry, will be analyzed. Secondly, the displacement found on the curricular debate from Stanley Hall's and John Dewey's propositions defending the reconfiguration of the curriculum considering the nature and the child's interests will be analyzed.