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Curriculum Perspectives 2009

Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol.29, No. 1. 2009
Edited by Colin J Marsh


ARTICLES

The idea of a national curriculum in Australia: What do Susan Ryan, John Dawkins and Julia Gillard have in common?
Kerry Kennedy

Moderation as judgement practice: Reconciling system level accountability and local level practice
Val Klenowski and Lenore Adie

Re-engaging young people in learning: What schools can learn from a community-based program for 'at risk' students
Steve Wilson and Eira Sproats

Performing curriculum change in school and teacher education: A practice-based, actor-network theory perspective
Suzanne Perillo and Dianne Mulcahy

How can teachers enable students to become empowered?
Anna M. Sullivan

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

Searching for equitable outcomes for all students
Annette Woods

Co-opting the market in support of young people who are not well served by school: Service-based innovation in high poverty and high difference contexts
Debra Hayes

Social justice, equity, schools and the curriculum
Tom Griffiths

Teachers under the pump - and over a barrel - and up the creek: Reframing the current debates about 'quality' of education
David Zyngier

Equity and quality in the early years of schooling
Susan Grieshaber

ReFraming phases in education: Science, reform and quality
Lisa Patel Stevens and lisahunter

BOOK REVIEW

Curriculum Theory: Conflicting visions and enduring concerns
Michael Stephen Schiro

Assessment for Learning
Dr Rita Berry

The Power of Pedagogy
Jenny Leach and Bob Moon

Curriculum Leadership: Strategies for development and implementation
Allan A. Glatthorn, Dr Floyd Boschee and Bruce M. Whitehead

CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES FOR INTENDING CONTRIBUTORS

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol.29, No. 2. 2009
Edited by the ACSA Secretariat


EXECUTIVE NEWS

From the President and the Executive Director

ACSA INFORMATION

Executive elections

Fresh ideas from ACSA!

Curriculum: a national conversation

CURRICULUM NEWS

Value, vision, harmony - an Indian practitioner's perspective

Are you ready to RAP?

ACSA INFORMATION

ACSA updates


Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol.29, No. 3. 2009
Edited by Colin J Marsh


ARTICLES

Is this a revolution?: A critical analysis of the Rudd government's national education agenda
Alan Reid

From communication studies to curriculum inquiry?
Bill Green

Preparing middle and secondary school pre-service teachers to teach physical education through a focus on Tactical Games pedagogy
Shane Pill

Learning study as a form of collaborative teacher action research
Alice W.K. Chow

Enhancing student motivation and their sense of feeling valued through a vertical re-structuring of the curriculum
Mellita Jones

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

Taking wellbeing seriously
Grant Banfield

Towards a 'spirited' approach to wellbeing for children who challenge the system
Leigh Burrows

A class(y) approach to wellbeing
Judith Peppard

aCa in the Nunga room: A place for 'wellbeing'
Faye Blanch

'Wellbeing' and the 'normal child'
Susan Krieg

BOOK REVIEW

Key Concepts for Understanding Curriculum, Fourth Edition
Colin Marsh

Education as a Political Tool in Asia
Marie Lall and Edward Vickers

The Synoptic Text Today
William F. Pinar

Curriculum: A River Runs Through It 
William M. Reynolds

Curriculum Books: The first hundrer years, Second Edition
William H. Schubert, Ann Lynn Lopez Schubert, Thomas P. Thomas and Wayne M. Carroll

CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES FOR INTENDING CONTRIBUTORS

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol.29, No. 4. 2009
Edited by the ACSA Secretariat


EXECUTIVE NEWS

From the President

Executive Director's Report

2009 ACSA Executive elections

ACSA conference

Overview of Curriculum: a national conversation

Life Membership Award

Awards for innovative curriculum

Garth Boomer Award winners

Reflections on a conference workshop

Publications and resources

Evaluating for engagement

I am Australian

Keep up to date with Indigenous Education

A website full of waste

ACSA INFORMATION

Updates