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Bobbitt, Franklin, 1876-1956

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  • Fuller Name

    • John Franklin
  • Variants

    • Bobbitt, J. F., 1876-
    • Bobbitt, John Franklin, 1876-
    • Bobbitt, Frank, 1876-
    • Bobbitt, Franklin, 1876-
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1876-02-16
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1956-03-07
    • Has Affiliation

    • Field of Activity

        (naf) Education
      • Occupation

          (naf) College teachers
      • Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes

      • Earlier Established Forms

        • Bobbitt, Franklin, 1876-
      • Sources

        • found: How to make a curriculum, c1924:title page (Franklin Bobbitt)
        • found: OCLC, July 8, 2013(access points: Bobbitt, Frank; Bobbit, FrankFranklin; Bobbitt, Franklin; Bobbitt, Franklin (John Franklin), 1876-; Bobbitt, Franklin, 1876-; Bobbitt, John Franklin, (1876-); Bobbitt, John Franklin; Bobbitt, John Franklin, 1876-; Bobbitt, John Franklin, b.1876; Bobbitt, John Franklin, 1876; Bobbitt, J. F.; usage: Franklin Bobbitt; J. F. Bobbitt; John Franklin Bobbitt)
        • found: Marquis Who's Who online, viewed June 23, 2016(Franklin Bobbitt; Born: Southern Indiana, Feb. 16, 1876; Died Mar. 7, 1956; buried Clarksburg, Ind.; Occupation: educator; Education: A.B., Ind. U., 1901; Ph.D., Clark U., 1909; with U. Chgo., 1909-56, prof. edn., 1918-41, prof. emeritus, 1941; dir. sch. surveys. Specialist in curriculum. Author: What Schools Teach and Might Teach, 1916; The Curriculum, 1918; Curriculum-Making in Los Angeles, 1922; How to Make a Curriculum, 1924; The Curriculum of Modern Education, 1941. Address: Waldron, Ind)
        • found: website, viewed July 5, 2016(Bobbitt, Franklin (1876-1956); Professor of educational administration at the University of Chicago, in 1909, he joined the faculty, where he remained until his retirement in 1941. Franklin Bobbitt played a leading role during the first three decades of the twentieth century in establishing curriculum as a field of specialization within the discipline of education.) -
        • found: Southeastern Louisiana University website, viewed July 5, 2016(John Franklin Bobbit was born near English, Indiana on February 16, 1876. In his book, Bobbitt tells of a personal experience that caused him to look at curriculum from the point of view of social needs rather than mere academic study. His experience in the Philippines helped Bobbitt to see his difficulty: his complete adherence to traditional curriculum beliefs had kept him from realizing the possibility of more useful solutions.) -
      • Change Notes

        • 2013-07-10: new
        • 2016-07-07: revised
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