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CREATED ON 3rd June 2018
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Contrast and compare the Hilda Taba and Ralph Tyler curriculum models

Contrast and compare the Hilda Taba and Ralph Tyler curriculum models. Describe each model in detail. Discuss the pros and cons of each model. Be sure to include a biographical review of Taba and Tyler. Are the models of value today? What current models are used today?
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