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Curriculum Perspectives 2008

Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol.28, No. 1. 2008
Edited by Colin J Marsh


ARTICLES

The use of historical fiction to promote a critical citizenry
Ruth Reynolds

Gaps in the record: Working with curriculum and young people's imagined Australians
Judith Gill and Sue Howard

Pre-service teachers' engagement with student wellbeing
Lyn Taylor, Vaughan Prain and Rosie Rosengren

'It must be a two-way street': Researching the process of internationalising the curriculum in Victorian schools
Julie Edward and Libby Tudball

Curriculum change and the pioneering teacher
Annie Tong Siu Yin and Bob Adamson

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

History versus SOSE: Is that the question?
Guest Editor, Catherine Harris-Hart

School history and Australian history: Dead on the vine, or signs of new growth?
Bill Allen

History versus SOSE: Revisiting the old curriculum debate in new ways
Libby Tudball

Teacher identity: Some issues raised by the problematic nature of SOSE
Mallihai Tambyah

History and SOSE: Where to now?
Catherine Harris-Hart

BOOK REVIEW

Teaching Boys. Developing classroom practices that work
Amanda Keddie and Martin Mills

The changing role of schools in Asian societies
Kerry J Kennedy and John Chi-kin Lee

CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES FOR INTENDING CONTRIBUTORS

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol.28, No. 2. 2008
Edited by the ACSA Secretariat


EXECUTIVE NEWS

From the President and the Executive Director

CURRICULUM NEWS

Civics and the National Curriculum Board

ACSA INFORMATION

Curriculum: A national conversation

New publications in 2008

ACSA LIFE MEMBER PROFILE

Kerry Kennedy

ASIA EDUCATION FOUNDATION

Call to action

ARTICLE

Cross-national comparisons of the use of formative assessment in Hong Kong and Slovenia

ACSA INFORMATION

Updates


Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol.28, No. 3. 2008
Edited by Colin J Marsh


ARTICLES

Teachers' idealogical discourses and hte enactment of citizenship education
Barry Down, Geraldine Dithcburn and Libby Lee

Understanding curriculum through policy analysis: A study of the upper secondary History curriculum in Western Australia
Bill Allen and Lesley Vidovich

Curriculum design at a crossroads: A comparative approach to re-evaluating knowledge frameworks
David Cole and Lawrence Burke

Partners, pedagogy and technology: A Year 7 boy's reading progress
Wendy Cumming-Potvin

Putting the 'home' back into homework: Implications for middle school reform
Renate Quinn, Brenton Prosser and Robert Hattam

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

Literacy testing and quality
Guest Editor, Claire Wyatt-Smith

Assessing the risk and possibilities: Standardised literacy testing at Year 9
Rosie Kerin and Barbara Comber

Assessing intergrative reading of images and text in group reading comprehension tests
Len Unsworth and Eveline Chan

Testing, assessment and literacy learning in schools: A view from England
Janice Wearmouth

Still and examination culture - for most: Singapore literacy education in transition
Anneliese Kramer-Dahl

BOOK REVIEWS

Becoming a Teacher: Knowledge, Skills and Issues
Deborah Henderson

Learning and Teaching for the Twenty-First Century
Colin Marsh

Studies of Society and Environment: Exploring the 91 teaching possibilities
Libby Tudball

CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES FOR INTENDING CONTRIBUTORS

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol.28, No. 4. 2008
Edited by the ACSA Secretariat


EXECUTIVE NEWS

From the President and the Executive Director

ACSA INFORMATION

Happy birthday to us!

ACSA membership services

Curriculum: a national conversation

Call for papers

2009 Garth Boomer Address and Award

Call for Life Member nominations

CURRICULUM NEWS

Aligning curriculum with the goals of schooling - CSCNEPA stimulus paper

The PICTL Study

Helping teachers help students become financially literate

ACSA INFORMATION

Notice of 2009 AGM

Updates