After reading the article on curriculum theory, select a theorist of your choice, or choose one from the following list: •Michael Apple •Bill Ayers •John Dewey •Paulo Friere •Howard Gardner •Henry Giroux •bell hooks •Ivan Illach •Jerome Bruner •Maria Montessori •Maxine Greene Once a curriculum theorist has been chosen, review at least three additional peer-reviewed articles regarding your chosen theorist. In a narrative discussion, address the following points regarding your reviewed theorist: 1.Briefly describe the theorist, the corresponding theory, and why this theory is important. 2.Identify the practitioners who use the theory and how they implement it into applied instructional practice. 3.Describe the advantages/strengths and disadvantages/weaknesses of this theory regarding its impact on instructional practice and corresponding student learning. Your narrative discussion should demonstrate a comprehensive and applied understanding involving an analysis and synthesis of the reviewed research literature on the curriculum theorist of your choice. Length: 5–7 pages, not including title and reference pages References: Minimum of three scholarly resources Your narrative discussion should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course and provide new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your narrative discussion should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards.