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Curriculum Perspectives 2000

Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol. 20 No. 1, 2000
Edited by Colin J Marsh


ARTICLES

Public Concerns and Private Interests in the Construction of a Health and Physical Education Policy Document in Queensland: A Preliminary Analysis
Maree Dinan

How Does One 'Promote' Homosexuality? : A Western Australian Legal Analysis of Possible High School Education Strategies Aimed at Combating Lesbian and Gay Youth Suicide and HIV/AIDS Transmission Rates
Christopher N. Kendall

Numeracy, An Intellectual and Social Practice: Implications for School Mathematics in the
New Millennium
Mary Klein

Exoticism or Celebration of Diversity: Emerging Issues in Internationalisation in Victorian
Secondary Schools
Julie Edwards and Libby Tudball

Investigating Space for Significant Stakeholders in Curriculum Leadership: The Beginnings of an Ongoing Conversation
Ian Macpherson

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT
Postcompulsory Curriculum and the Changing Nature of Work: Is a Transformation Really Occurring?

Releasing the Genie: The Impact on Education of Vocational Education and Training in Schools
Mike Frost

School Didn't Turn Me On, and I Thought It Was Me
Richard Laidlaw

Structured Workplace Learning Programs versus Part-time Paid Employment
Janelle Schloss

Brave New World of Work - Can Schools and Systems Cope?
Wayne Craig

BOOK REVIEWS
Guide to Effective Community Based Learning: Opportunities for Students in Years 9 and 10
Colin J. Marsh

Curriculum: Construction and Critique
Colin J. Marsh


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol. 20 No. 2, 2000
Edited by Murray Cropley


ARTICLES
Standards for the Teaching Profession

Virtual Schooling: The new reality?
Ann Downey

Mindmatters: A mental health promotion program for secondary schools
Susan Boucher

The South Australian Middle Schooling Network
Robyn Barratt

The Revised Victorian Curriculum and Standards Framework (CSF II)
Garry McLean

ACSA INFORMATION
ACSA Seminars
ACSA Members and the GST

PUBLICATIONS
Australian College of Education: College Year Book 2000
Peter Karmel

EXECUTIVE NEWS
From the President
From the Executive Director

Membership Application Form


Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol. 20 No. 3, 2000
Edited by Colin J Marsh


ARTICLES

Mandated Curriculum Change in Ontario: Stories of the Change Experience
John Miller, Susan Drake, Brigitte Harris and Vince Molinaro

The Impact of the Curriculum Framework on Teachers' Work: Any Lessons?
Heather Mansell

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
Curriculum Directions and Priorities in the Twenty-First Century

Curriculum Issues Raised by Technology
Robyn Ann Ewing and David L. Smith

Secret Garden or Market Garden: University Curriculum or Universal Commodity
Robin McTaggart

'Parity of Esteem' Revisited? Making VET Subjects Count
Antonio Mercuiro

Professional Development Needs of Teachers for Delivery of the Curriculum in the 21st Century
Neville Jennings

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. 20 No. 4, 2000
Edited by Murray Cropley


ARTICLES
Learning pathways in Charters Towers
Leanne Nixon

Research ethics and children
Kaye Johnson

SOSE and the Australian War Memorial
Ann Owner and Sharron Parmeter

PUBLICATIONS
Present, Pregnant - and Proud!
Indigenous Education Taskforce report and poster

CURRICULUM NEWS
The Achievement Improvement Monitor

ACSA INFORMATION
Garth Boomer Award

Executive elections
ACSA 2001 Biennial Conference

EXECUTIVE NEWS
From the President
Executive Director's Report.

Membership Application Form