In Conversation with Eppert and Wang's Cross-Cultural Studies in Curriculum: Eastern Thought, Educational Insights

Sandra Wilde
As soon as we take hold of the curriculum as an opportunity for ourselves ... we realize that curriculum changes as we reflect on it, engage in its study, and act in response to it toward the realization of our own ideals and dreams. Curriculum ceases to be a thing, and it is more than a process. It becomes a verb, an action, a social practice, a private meaning and a public hope.