“Curriculum” is the kind of word that comes to life when unpacked with a bit of etymology. This rather colorless noun we routinely use to mean a list of prescribed courses goes all the way back to the Latin currere and even the Proto-Indo European kers “to run” with early Celtic links to chariots and other ways to race in the Welsh carrog “torrent.”
Try thinking of curriculum as you moving in a swirl of present, past, and future. It’s you and those around you seeking and creating ways to understand as you pit yourself against the whitewater, as you navigate the course.
Whether traveling by chariot or corcacle, consult the following pages for touchstones and guideposts, nuts and bolts...
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