2007 Biennial Conference
Curriculum Centre Stage: Inclusivity, Creativity and Diversity
7 - 10 July 2007, Melbourne, Australia
Garth Boomer Memorial Address
Abstracts and Papers
An uncertain tradition
Amanda Weate and Alicia Yorke
(Re)conceptualising student engagement as doing education and not time
Restoring curriculum entitlement ... the first step in climbing the educational mountain for Indigenous students in remote schools
Indigenous students' perceptions of a supportive primary school
Teaching History as Hermeneutics: Critically and pedagogically engaging narrative diversity in the curriculum
Expressions, experiences and understandings of 'tolerance'
Patricia Cartwright and Marion de Souza
Travel and curriculum for a global world
Games in education and emerging ICT behaviours
From essential learnings to Tasmania's curriculum: Will this change improve curriculum reform?
Michael G Watt
A school-based curriculum innovation: Practices of effective teaching and engaged learning
Bin Eng Wong and Darren Nonis
Curriculum development in Cambodia: neo-colonialism or social practice?
A view from somewhere: The possibilities for values education presented by the IB Diploma curriculum model
Duncan L Webb
SOSE curriculum structures: Where to now?
Colin Marsh and Catherine Harris
Time shifts: Teaching with temporally inclusive pedagogies
Debra Bateman and Catherine Harris
What if Curriculum Theorists Were To Share Centre Stage After School Hours?
James O'Meara and Michael Spittle
Skills, strategies, sport and social responsibility: Reconnecting physical education
John Quay and Jacqui Peters
Finding the balance: Academia, arts, sport and working in harmony
The student's desirable characteristics development at higher education level
Chantana Klomjit, Kingfa Sintoovongse and Mullawee Adulwattanasiri
A lesson in how not to make education policy change. New Zealand school qualifications and the struggle for hegemony
Experience before explanation: A Dalcroze approach to assist in social interaction
Glad wrap, glass or diamond ceilings: Revisiting girls education in 2007
How the students' metacognitive strategies could be developed in science classes at lower secondary school level
Tanyarat Wananvong and Kingfa Sintoovongse
Technology and literacy: The next century of education
OK, please just tell us what to do: The challenge of freedom in teacher education
Rob Davis and Robbie Johnston
Disruptive student teachers at the 2005 inquiry into 'teacher training'
Students' metacognitive strategies in science through the use of trip RIP model
Warawun Siriuthen and Kingfa Sintoovongse
The place of thinking in the (mathematics) curriculum
Performing curriculum change in school and teacher education: Thinking curriculum differently
Suzanne Perillo and Diane Mulcahy
Cross-national comparisons of the use of formative assessment in Slovenia and Hong Kong
Natalija Komljanc and Colin Marsh
ruMAD? Are you making a difference?
Enactivism: A theory enabling the creation of new knowledge within the framework of the Victorian Essential Learning Standards
The wounded land: Learning in the age of Gestell and (not) asking the question