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Curriculum Perspectives 2002

Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol. 22, No. 1. 2002
Edited by Colin J Marsh



ARTICLES
Student Participation and Voices in Curriuclum Redevelopment: The View From a Curriculum Development Agency
Deborah Geighley-James

Reforming the Hidden Curriculum: The Key Abilities Model and Four Curricular Forms
Andrew Seaton

The Study Goals of Business Students Studying via Open Learning: Curriculum and Eudcational Implications
Erwin Waldman and Paul de Lange

Teaching the evolution of Portfolios: A Case Study
Laurie Brady

Working the Paradox of School Improvement: It's About Building Capacities for Self-Regulation Within/Against an Increasingly Regulated Education Context
Bob Smith

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT
Futures for Australian Curriculum

Guest Editorial
Alan Reid

The Content of the Curriculum: What Will Young Australians be Learning?
Cherry Collins

Curriculum, Ethics, Metanarrative: Teaching and Learning Beyond the Nation
Allan Luke

Futures for Australian Curriculum Studies: Metaphors, Genres and Complicated Conversations
Noel Gough

BOOK REVIEWS
Childrens's Ways of Knowing: Learning Through Experience
Bill Stringer

Teacher Education in the Asian-Pacific Region: A Comparative Study
E. Jacqueline McGilp

Just Schooling: Exploration in the Cultural Politics of Teaching
Michael Bezzina

Handle With Care: Understanding Children and Teachers
E. Jacqueline McGilp

Boys Stuff: Boys Talking About What Matters
Emilia Terry

Teaching Effectiveness and Teacher Development
Anna M. Sullivan

Science for Children: Developing a Personal Approach to Teaching
Denis Goodrum


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol. 22, No. 2. 2002
Edited by ACSA Secretariat


ARTICLES
Recognition of excellence
Jack Lloyd

NEiTA recipient
Suzanne Covich

Quality Teacher Programme (QTP)
Janine Bowes

PISA 2000
Garry McLean

FROM THE SCHOOLS
Arawang Primary School Parliament
Yasmin Masri, Liam Neeson and Kaye Hinge

Calwell High School
Kate Sutherland

REPORTS
Reflections on the National Schools Constitution Convention

ACSA INFORMATION
The Place of Curriculum Studies in Teacher Education Programs
Ian Macpherson

EXECUTIVE NEWS
From the President
Executive Director's Report
News Flash
Membership Form


Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol. 22, No. 3. 2002
Edited by Colin J Marsh


ARTICLES
What Counts as Quality Literacy Assessment in Middle Schooling?: Teacher Accounts
Claire Wyatt-Smith and Robert Campbell

Outcomes, Standards and Benchmarks
Andrew Blyth

Remembering Teachers' Learning in the Context of Policy Forgetting
Peter McInerney, Robert Hattam, Michael Lawson and John Smyth

The National Agenda, 1996-2000: Its Impact on Curriculum Reform in the States and Territories
Michael G. Watt

A Cognitive Democratic Curriculum: Citizenship - A Shared Understanding
Tony Knight

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT
Teacher Professionalism in Australia: Structures, Leaders & Drivers

Guest Editorial
Jim Cumming

One Scrap of Difference
Marie Jansen

A Difference Comes from the Centre
Steve Stanley

Doing it Ourselves: Is it Really Necessary? Raising Questions About Standards-Based Reforms
Marie Brennan

A Climate Conducive to Quality
Jim McMorrow

Speaking out for Critical Professionalism and Education
Jill Blackmore

BOOK REVIEWS
Handbook for Beginning Teachers
John Pearson

School Resourcing: Models and Practices in Changing Times, College Year Book 2000
Colin Marsh

Understanding and Preventing Teacher Burnout
E. Jacqueline McGilp


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol. 22, No. 4. 2002
Edited by ACSA Secretariat


GARTH BOOMER AWARDS
Garth Boomer Lecture
Nominations

CURRICULUM NEWS
VCAL foes statewide
Australian students are world-class

PUBLICATIONS
Step by step, side by side

FROM THE SCHOOLS
Caroline Chisholm High School
Kaleen High School

ACSA INFORMATION
Life membership awards
Executive Elections

EXECUTIVE NEWS
From the President
Executive Director's Report