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Curriculum Perspectives 2004

Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol. 24, No. 1. 2004
Edited by Colin J Marsh



ARTICLES

The world is your oyster, but where's the pearl?
Getting the most out of global education
John Buchanan and Barry Harris

Peace Education in a post-conflict environment: The case of Sierra Leone
Diane Bretherton, Jane Weston and Vic Zbar

Working with boys peer cultures:
Productive pedagogies...productive boys
Amanda Keddie

Mid-term review: The middle years of schooling
Victoria Carrington

Continuity and "teacher-centred" reform: Potential paradoxes in educational change
David Carless

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

What do we mean by knowledge?
Guest Editor, Bruce Wilson

Beyond the Curriculum Wars: Understanding
David Hanlon

Variations on a theme by Paganini
Gabrielle Matters

Politics, sex, religion and national curriculum
Pamela Macklin

BOOK REVIEWS

Questions as answers
Colin J. Marsh

Rethinking public education: Towards a public curriculum
Bill Stringer

Curriculum: Action on Reflection
Colin J. Marsh

ACSA 20-20 Vision:
20 Articles from 20 years of Curriculum Perspectives
Margaret Berry

CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES FOR INTENDING CONTRIBUTORS


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol. 24, No. 2. 2004
Edited by ACSA Secretariat


EXECUTIVE NEWS

From The President
From the Executive Director

ACSA INFORMATION

National Values Education Forum
Review of ACSA Policies
Discovering Democaracy forum
National Schools Constitutional Convention

CURRICULUM NEWS

Introducing a prepatory year
Teacher training in East Timor
Victorian Curriculum Reform Project

FROM THE SCHOOLS

A cluster approach to improving outcomes for kids



Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol. 24, No. 3. 2004
Edited by Colin Marsh



ARTICLES

Reconceptualising Numeracy for New Times
Robyn Zevenbergen

Teacher Preparation in Indigenous Australian Studies
Cheryl Sim, Neil Dempster and Barry Malezer

Curriculum Construction as a Social Field: Mapping the Process of the Development of the New Zealand Social Studies Curriculum
Carol Mutch

The Extracurriculum in an Input-Poor Environment
Stacey Winch and Bob Adamson

Impact of a School-Based Curriculum Project on Teachers and Students: a Hong Kong Case Study
Edmond Law and Maurice Galton

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

Curriculum and Democracy
Guest Editor, Alan Reid

Re-Activating Democracy in Curriculum Policies and Practices in Globalising New Times?
Lesley Vidovich

Challenging the Dominant Grammars of an Undemocratic Curriculum
Guest Editor, Alan Reid

The Classroom: Democracy and Citizenship
Tony Knight

BOOK REVIEWS

Transforming education: engaging complexity and diversity
Colin Marsh

The Future is upon us: Challenges from keynote presenters to the 2003 ACE National Conference
Colin Marsh

Australian education in an international context
Colin Marsh

Becoming a teacher
Laurie Brady

Contributors

Notes for intending contributors

Membership Application



Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol. 24, No. 4. 2004
Edited by ACSA Secretariat


EXECUTIVE NEWS

From the President
From the Executive Director

ACSA INFORMATION

ACSA Biennial National Conference:
Blurring the Boundaries-Sharpening the Focus: A Curriculum Conference for Practitioners
Garth Boomer Award
2005 Annual General Meeting
Executive Elections
Life Membership Awards - a call for nominations

CURRICULUM NEWS

Innovative Curriculum & Learning of Science and Mathematics
Curriculum Development in Vanuatu
The Le@rning Federation
NetAlert Internet Safety Education

FROM THE SCHOOLS

Birth to Five Years, School Based Programs