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Curriculum Perspectives 2001

Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol. 21 No. 1, 2001
Edited by Colin J Marsh


ARTICLES
Redefining Gender Issues for the Twenty-first Century: Putting Girls' Education Back on the Agenda
Pam Gilbert

What We Know and What We Need to Know About Curriculum Integration in Science, Mathematics and Technology
John Wallace, Leonie Rennie, John Malone and Grady Venville

Teaching Ethics: A Guided Design Approach
Pat Addison and David Sullivan

Negotiating Curriculum: Discretion and Collaboration in Teaching Teams
Judith Burton and Gail Halliwell

Uneasy Pathways for the Post-Millennial Generation: How Might Schools Support Youth in the Future?
Kerry J. Kennedy

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT
Online Technology and the Curriculum:
Threats and Opportunities

Editorial
Colin J. Marsh

dot.competition:The Business of Education
Bruce Wilson

Laptops: Threat or Opportunity
Di Fleming

The Connected Curriculum
Carol McKenny

Why I Support the Integration of Online Technology
Candice Jansz

BOOK REVIEWS
Better Supervision, Better Teaching: A Handbook for Teaching Practice Supervisors
Bill Stringer

Designs on Learning: Essays on Curriculum and Teaching by Garth Boomer
Bill Hannan

Changing the Curriculum
Colin J. Marsh


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol. 21 No. 2. 2001
Edited by Murray Cropley


ARTICLES
The 2001 Discovering Democracy forum report
Joan Warhurst

Discovering democracy: Discovering identity
Tim Goodwin

CURRICULUM NEWS
Federation and the PEO
Geoff Clarke

Early childhood education on the international agenda
Marilyn Fleer

New Victorian education agencies
Garry McLean

Working with boys
Maureen Beckett

ACSA INFORMATION
Quality partnerships, quality projects
Executive elections
ACSA 2001 Biennial Conference
Middle schooling network in Tasmania

EXECUTIVE NEWS
From the President
Executive Director's report

Membership Application Form



Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol. 21 No. 3, 2001
Edited by Colin J Marsh


ARTICLES
A Framework for Researching Syllabus Development and Curriculum Change
Ruth Reynolds

Subject Departments as Mediators of Change: A Help or Hindrance?
Catherine Harris

'If the Shoe Fits, Share It!' : Approaches to Arts-Based Integration
Peter de Vries and Barbara Poston-Anderson

Curriculum Integration : An Implicit Integration Model
Christina Thornley and Sue Graham

Learnings from Alberta? Choice, Equity, Difference and Diversity in Public Education
Pat Thomson

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT
Parents as Partners in Educational Communities for Children's Learning

Editorial
E. Jacqueline McGilp

Looking In and Not Seeing Yourself Mirrored Back : Investigations of Some Indigenous Family Views on Education
Marilyn Fleer and Denise Williams-Kennedy

What Do We Say When a Child Asks, 'Who Am I?'
Anne Boyd

Early Childhood Intervention-Early Partnerships
Diane Chandler

The Triple P-Positive Parenting Program as a Transition to School Strategy
Philippa McTaggart and Matthew R. Sanders

Becoming a Parent/Family Friendly School
Fiona Tonkin

Lifelong Learning : Leadership for Parent Partnerships
E. Jacqueline McGilp

BOOK REVIEW
Reforming Schools Through Innovative Teaching
Colin J. Marsh


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol. 21 No. 4. 2001
Edited by Murray Cropley


ARTICLES
Garth Boomer Award goes to Willunga High School

The Garth Boomer Memorial Address
Mr Peter Buckskin

A Tough Set of Questions: reflections on the conference
Marie Brennan

Conference Workshop List

An Interview with Murray Cropley
Colin Marsh

Participant Impressions

CURRICULUM NEWS
University of South Australia: New plans for Teacher Education
PD 2000 - A National Mapping of School Teacher Professional Development

ACSA INFORMATION
Life Membership Awards
ACSA's Middle Schooling Network: Active across states

EXECUTIVE NEWS
From The President
From the Executive Director.
The Executive 2001-2003

Membership Application Form