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2009 Biennial Conference

2009 ACSA National Biennial Conference
Curriculum: a national conversation
2-4 October 2009, Canberra, ACT

ISBN: 978-1-875864-66-9

2009 Garth Boomer Memorial Lecture
Is this a revolution? A critical analysis of the Rudd national education agenda
Alan Reid, Professor Emeritus of Education at the School of Education, University of South Australia.
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Keynote Address
The Challenge for History in the National Curriculum
Stuart Macintyre
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Refereed Papers

Aligning ICT in Assessment with Teaching and Learning: Enhancing Student Achievement in the Middle Years
Mary Lincoln
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Contextualising Professional Knowledge and Skills: Integrating the Postgraduate Accounting Currriculum
Jeffrey Faux and Carolyn Woodley
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In Search of the Middle School Teacher: What Differenctiates the Middle School Teacher From Other Teachers
Paul Rumble
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Mathematics Curriculum Development and the Role of Problem Solving
Judy Anderson
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Measuring Aesthetic Development: A National Dialogue
Rachel Jacobs
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National Conversations: Listening to Students' Views of Learning with Technologies
Kathryn Moyle
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Nationhood, Literacy and Curriculum: Literate Australia
Rosemary Ross Johnston
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Overcoming the Barriers to Engagement and Equity for all Students
Lucas Walsh and Rosalyn Black
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Towards an Expression of the Spiritual in the Secular Curriculum
Monica Bini
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Understanding Commonalities between School-Based Curriculum Developement (SBCD) and Curriculum Differentiation (CD)
Colin J Marsh and Mary Anne Heng
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Non-Refereed Papers

Beyond Harmony: Rethinking Intercultural Learning for Australian Primary Schools
Grette Toner
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Engaging Communities - Refugee Students & Teacher Education in Greater Western Sydney
Margaret Vickers, Tania Ferfolja, Loshini Naidoo & Eric Brace
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Introducing: Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)
Simone Smala
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Look Both Ways: Working to Develop a Professional Learning Culture
Maryann Brown
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A Curriculum for a Data Rich World
Gai Mooney
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The Movement for National Academic Standards: A Comparison for the Common Core State Standards Initiative in the USA and the National Curriculum in Australia
Michael Watt
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The National Curriculum: Challenges and Opportunities for Students with Complex Special Education Needs
Helen Farrell
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Panel session

Achieving engagment and equity for all students
Hear how the nearly 300 conference delegates responded to questions about this issue
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Big issues: moving beyond the current paradigm
Panelist: Kathryn Moyle, University of Canberra
Focus - Information Technology - powerpoint