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Curriculum Perspectives 2003

Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol. 23, No. 1. 2003
Edited by Colin J Marsh



ARTICLES

Rethinking Practices for Gifted Young Children : A Collaborative Action Learning Project
Libby Lee and John Bailey

Planned Conversations : Learning in Senior Secondary English Through Online Discussion
Vaughan Prain

Gender, Power and Pleasure : Integrating Student Video Production into the
Elementary Literacy Curriculum
Donna J. Grace

Languages Other Than English : A Gendered Cultural Competence?
Jo Carr

Civics Education in the Neoliberal Era
Cosmo Howard

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT
Curriculum Control

Guest Editorial
Catherine Harris

Some Reflections on 'Curriculum Control' in the Neoliberal State : The Case of Civic Education
Kerry J. Kennedy

Syllabus Development in New South Wales : Curriculum Control and Its Impact on Teachers
Catherine Harris

The Mother Hen, Chickens or Roosters-Who Has Control over Curriculum Change in This Chookyard?
Maree Dinan-Thompson

Countering Control : Challenging Conceptualisations of Educational Research
Dawn Penney

BOOK REVIEW

Teaching Media in the English Curriculum
E. Jacqueline McGilp



Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol. 23, No. 2. 2003
Edited by ACSA Secretariat


ARTICLES
National Testing of Civics and Citizenship Education in 2004

Fifth National Discovering Democracy Forum - Exploring Civic Values

National Statement from the Teaching Profession on Teacher Standards, Quality and Professionalism

2003 National Schools Constitutional Convention - Writing in Rights: Is the time right for an Australian Bill of Rights?

Is it more than Common Cents?
Christine Reid

BOOK REVIEW
Teachers Talking Civics: Current Constructions of Civics and Citizenship Education in Australian Schools
Libby Tudball

FROM THE SCHOOLS
Innovation and Continuous Improvement at Katherine School of the Air

ACSA INFORMATION
ACSA joins International Curriculum Movement
Nominations for the ACSA Executive
Information on Candidatesfor General Membership of the ACSA Executive
ACSA joins the Dare to Lead Coalition

EXECUTIVE NEWS
From the President
From the Executive Director




Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol. 23 No. 3 2003
Edited by Colin J. Marsh


ARTICLES

Building Professional Learning Communities for Curriculum Change
Christine Proudford

Interdisciplinary Curriculum:
A Model with Children's Literature as the Organising Centre
Su-Yen Chen

Collaborative Curriculum-Making:The Interplay of Ownership and Dialogue
Ruth Hickey and Maree DinanThompson

Perspectives on the Shaping of the Citizenship Education Curriculum in Greater China
Gregory P. Fairbrother

Growing Exemplars:The Development of National Exemplars in New Zealand
Mary Geary

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT
Curriculum Reform through ICT from an International Perspective

Guest Editorial
Sue Trinidad

ITE and the 'Transformation' of Secondary Schools in Hong Kong
John Pearson

The Challenge of Instituting Pedagogical Change as an External Agent
Nancy Law and Allan Yuen

The Galileo Educational Network:
Helping Teachers Change their Practice
Michele Jacobsen

Online Professional Development:
Building Collaborative Relationships and Structures for Change
Doug MacLachlan



Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol. 23, No. 4. 2003
Edited by ACSA Secretariat


ARTICLES
Garth Boomer Award
Buranda State School.....where children enjoy learning.

Book Launch: Rethinking Public Education:Towards a Public Curriculum Editors Alan Reid&Pat Thomson. Launched by Janet Giles

FROM THE SCHOOLS
Building Collaborative Cultures
Lucy Fisher

ACSA INFORMATION
ACSA Conference 2003
Highlights of the Conference
ACSA Life Membership Award
Youngest Presenters at the ACSA Conference - Roger Holdsworth
ACSA Executive 2003-05
Notice of 2004 Annual General Meeting
Networks

EXECUTIVE NEWS
From the President: Celebrating 20 years of ACSA
From the Executive Director