Definition of Curriculums

1. Noun. (plural of curriculum) ¹



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Definition of Curriculums

1. curriculum [n] - See also: curriculum

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Curriculums

currenter
currentest
currently
currentness
currentnesses
currents
curricle
curricles
curricula
curricula vitae
curricula vitæ
curricular
curriculum
curriculum vitae
curriculum vitæ
curriculums (current term)
currie
curried
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curriers
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currijong
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curring
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currishly
currishness
currs

Literary usage of Curriculums

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1. Conflict Resolution Education: A Guide to Implementing Programs in Schools ...by Donna Crawford by Donna Crawford (1997)
"A needs assessment form is provided in appendix E. Selecting Conflict Resolution Education Programs/curriculums Once the goals and desired outcomes are ..."

2. The Academy System of the State of New York by George Frederick Miller (1922)
"CHAPTER V curriculums and Methods Part I curriculums The act of 1787, which fixed the legal status of academies and placed the Regents in control of them, ..."

3. A Project Curriculum: Dealing with the Project as a Means of Organizing the by Margaret Elizabeth Wells (1921)
"... through the three grades, and to see at a glance what subjects are treated in each grade. B. COMPARISON OF ACHIEVEMENTS UNDER DIFFERENT curriculums ..."

4. The Redirection of High-school Instruction by Herbert Galen Lull (1921)
"LOCAL ADAPTATIONS OF JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH- SCHOOL curriculums The administration of the curriculums of the Junior and Senior High Schools of the Kansas ..."

5. Junior-senior High School Administration by Charles Hughes Johnston, Jesse Homer Newton, Frank Gerald Pickell (1922)
"curriculums were designed, therefore, to meet, as nearly as possible, the needs of each of those three groups and, in so far as possible, with the equipment ..."

6. Individual Training in Our Colleges by Birdseye, Clarence F., 1854-1927 (1907)
"III $ THE EARLY curriculums OP HARVARD AND YALE The Harvard curriculum of 1726. “i. While the students are Freshmen they commonly recite the grammars and ..."

7. Educational Values by William Chandler Bagley (1911)
"If the elementary and secondary curriculums are examined with reference to the economic value of the facts and principles that they comprise, a condition is ..."

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