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Curriculum Perspectives 2014


Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol. 34, No. 1. 2014
Edited by Kerry J Kennedy


ARTICLES

How does Learning Study enhance school-based curriculum development?
Yuefeng Zhang

"It's what makes a perfect class": Conversations in the classroom
Rebecca Rivers

Early years national curriculum documents: Revisiting inclusive education
Anne Petriwskyj

Middle-school homework engagement in mathematics
Stephen Norton

Curricula integration: Identifying and locating engineering education across the Australian Curriculum
Peter Hudson, Lyn English and Les Dawes

FEATURE - THE AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM

A curriculum for the country: The absence of the rural in a national curriculum
Philip Roberts

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

Multilingual education: Lessons from China
Bob Adamson and Anwei Feng

Four models of trilingual education in the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region of China Trilingual education in the Yanbian Korean Autonomous Region of China
Zhen'ai Zhang, Liting Wen and Guanghe Li

The development of Western curricula in a bilingual-biliteracy education project in Yunnan Province, China
Wang Ge, Zhang Xia and Liz Billard

BOOK REVIEW

Philosophical and ethical enquiry for students in the middle years and beyond
Dr Michael Kindler

CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES FOR INTENDING CONTRIBUTORS

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol. 34, No. 2. 2014
Edited by the ACSA Secretariat


Executive News

From the President and Executive Director

Symposium highlight - The great debate beween Professor Emeritus Alan Reid and Kevin Donnelly

2014 Curriculum Symposium

Program

Keynote Speakers

Workshops

Registration Form

Member Information

New Representative Body

ACSA Information

National Schools Constitutional Convention

ACT Asia Forum 2014


Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol. 34, No. 3. 2014
Edited by Kerry J Kennedy


ARTICLES

"I don't like it, I don't love it, but I do it and I don't mind": Introducing a framework for engagement with mathematics
Catherine Attard

The effects of standards-based reforms on Indigenous students' access to English as a Second Language curriculum and opportunities to learn
Lisl Fenwick

"It's a bit hard to tell, isn't it": Identifying and analysing intentions behind a cross-curriculum priority
Jacinta Maxwell

Exploring the Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages
Brian Devlin, Michael Christie, Catherine Bow, Patricia Joy and Rebecca Green

Democracies and democratic education: Refl ections from liberal and communitarian perspectives
Leonel Lim

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

Winanga-y Bagay Gaay: Know the river's story
A conversation on Australian curriculum between five Indigenous scholars
Kevin Lowe, Vincent Backhaus, Tyson Yunkaporta, Lilly Brown and Sarah Loynes
First layer - Mountains to sea
Second layer - Water shapes river banks
Third layer - Landscape moves, grows
Fourth layer - Layers of landscape

BOOK REVIEW

Asia's High Performing Education Systems: The Case of Hong Kong


NOTES FOR INTENDING CONTRIBUTORS

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

CONTRIBUTORS

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Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol. 34, No. 4. 2014
Edited by ACSA Secretariat

Executive news

From the President
From the Executive Director

Member information

Notice of Annual General Meeting
2015 Executive elections

ACSA information

2014 Symposium review
2015 Biennial Curriculum Conference
ACSA response to the review of the Australian Curriculum 
Invitation to nominate for the Garth Boomer Award

ACSA papers

Ethical responsibility as an Australian Curriculum capability in government business and in schools
Bridging the divide: The cross-curriculum priorities as a map for the curriculum journey 

ACSA policy

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Policy