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2001 Curriculum Conference

2001 Curriculum Conference
Education Futures and New Citizenships
29 September - 1 October 2001, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.

Keynote
Curriculum and the National Imaginary; or, Re-Schooling Australia?- Refereed.
Bill Green,University of New England
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Abstracts and Papers
1.Developing a sense of bicultural membership in bilingual students: an Australian experience.
Marina Aidman, University of Canberra
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2.Facing the Musical: Workload Intensification for Performing Arts Teachers - The Secondary School Story.
Leanne Ballard, University of Canberra
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3. Beyond the Line/Beyond the Self.
Di Bloomfield and Cathryn McConaghy, University of New England University of New England
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4.Citizenship and economics: the limitations of current theory in explaining the nexus of educational theory and educational practice.
Rosalind H Johnman Bolitho, University of New South Wales
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5. High Schools for the New Millennium: An ACT initiative.
Marie Brennan, University of Canberra
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6. One Size Doesn't Fit All: the Pedagogy of Online Delivery of Education and Training.
Ros Brennan, Charles Sturt University
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7. Curriculum innovation at a school site: Issues of teacher competence and confidence.
Ross Brooker & Ian Macpherson, Queensland University of Technology
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8. Education futures: Transforming teacher education (Re-framing teacher education for the middle years).
Dr Victoria Carrington, Dr Donna Pendergast, Dr Nan Bahr, Dr Cushla Kapitzke, Dr Di Mayer, Dr Jane Mitchell
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9. Inclusive Education and Life Long Learning in Hong Kong - Implications for Educational Development.
Kwok-wai CHAN and Man-tak LEUNG Hong Kong Institute of Education
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10. Revitalising marginalised communities by increasing social capital through holistic education and the lifelong learning strategies of Indigenous peoples.
Rupert Collister, Grassroot Trainers
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11. What have I taught them today and does it fit with the world plan?
Irene Cooper and Sandra Aikin, New Zealand Educational Institute
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12. Forming the English subject in early twentieth century South Australia
Phil Cormack, University of South Australia
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13. The future of education - what can we learn from current research into how learning happens?
Dr. Wendy Crebbin, University of Ballarat
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14. Ramsey and the Future Education of Initial Teacher Education Students.
Dianne Cullen, Australian Catholic University
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15. Transitional Problems in the Vertical Progression of Students between the Secondary School and the University in Swaziland.
Joyce M.K. Djokoto, Monash University
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16. No Small Matter: Quality Preschool Programs Produce Tangible Benefits for Children and Society.
Sally Edsall, Australian Education Union, Tasmania
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17. An innovative learning architecture for curricular justice
Henk Eijkman, Doctoral student, University of Canberra
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18. Preschoolers Visit the Art Gallery: Complicating the Excursion
Lyn Fasoli, Northern Territory University
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19. Post-Vygotskian lenses on Western early childhood schooling: Moving the debate forward.
Marilyn Fleer, University of Canberra
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20. How do we claim spaces for Civics and Citizenship Education in schools?
Anita Forsyth and Libby Tudball, Monash University

21. Koori Youth Access Project: Community of Indigenous Students in Western Sydney and Their Schools.
A. Bruno Gelonesi, Libby Brown, Kathleen Clapham, and Freidoon Khavarpour
University of Sydney

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22. First Year Experience Teacher Education
B. Bruno Gelonesi, Peter Kench, and Gary Lee, University of Sydney
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23. Somewhere to call home: Young Australians' sense of place and belonging.
Judith Gill and Sue Howard, University of South Australia
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24. Schooling the Citizen: What Citizen?
Trish Glasby, University of Queensland
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25. New Basics: Queensland trails a curriculum for tomorrow
Ezette Grauf, Education Queensland
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26. History Curriculum Development in New South Wales: Issues of control and its impact on teachers.
Catherine Harris, University of Sydney
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27. Lowering the integration threshold: enhancing learning through computer-based technologies.
Debra N. Hayes and Susan Harriman, University of Technology, Sydney
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28.Subject Associations: Unifying networks or divisive tribal cliques?
Fiona Hilferty, University of Sydney
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29. Student Action Teams: Acknowledging Citizenship Through Community Action
Roger Holdsworth, University of Melbourne
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30.Out with the boxes: Creating spaces for many (and varied) citizens.
Lisa Hunter, University of Queensland
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31. 'We Really Started Coming Up With A Final Product- Primary Practitioners' Perceptions Of Gender Inclusive Curriculum'.
Evelyn Johnson, Deakin University Melbourne Campus
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32.Citizenship education? Not without a quality technology education it isn't
A. Steve Keirl, University of South Australia
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33. Technology Education: perpetrator of past problems or gadfly for favoured futures?
B. Steve Keirl, University of South Australia
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34. Conversations about Civics: Creating Contexts for Listening to Teachers Experiences with Civic Education
Kerry J Kennedy, Janet Smith, Simon Jiminez, Diane Mayer and Suzanne Mellor, University of Canberra
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35. The way ahead: Which road should we choose?
Marianne Koo, Hong Kong Institute of Education
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36. The Lighthouse Research Project: Whole School Change for the Middle Years of Schooling.
Darryn Kruse, Rescon Education
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37. Informal and non-formal curriculum: An emerging curriculum agenda in Hong Kong.
Lam Tak Shing John and Li Wai Shing, Hong Kong Institute of Education
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38. Impacts of a school based curriculum project on teachers and students: A Hong Kong case study.
.Edmond Law,Hong Kong Institute of Education
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39. Towards Citizenship: The Untapped potential of Students in the middle years of schooling. May Leckey, University of Melbourne
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40. Curriculum integration as process and product: Authentic learning in teacher education.
Bridget Leggett, Anna Lichtenberg, Lesley Newhouse-Maiden and Michael Harvey, Edith Cowan University
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41. The Call for a Caring School
LI Wai Shing, Hong Kong Institute of Education
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42. Holding bays or pathways: vocationalism and Physical Recreation.
Doune Macdonald and Seth Brown, University of Queensland
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43. Self-responsibility, physical activity and citizenship: Challenges for the engaged university
Doune Macdonald and Rebecca NcNeill, University of Queensland
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44. Constructing identity in relation to physical education and sport: as told by two young men.
Doune Macdonald and Jan Wright,The University of Queensland and University of Wollongong
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45. Scaffolding effective reading practices in the middle years of schooling: a focus on responses to narrative.
Mary Macken-Horarik, University of Canberra
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46. Remembering Namatjira: Our Beloved
Cathryn McConaghy, University of New England
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47. Leadership For Learning And Educational Futures - Reflection, Ownership, Change And Focused Practice: A Lifelong Learning Perspective.
Jacqueline McGilp, Australian Catholic University
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48. The triumph of the major work and demise of the major study: mapping a case in past curriculum reform and surmising educational futures
Penny McKeon and Chris Peers, University of New South Wales
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49. Racism. No way! Project.
Eveline Mouglalis, Project Officer, Racism No way!
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50. Literacy for the future? Mapping the literacy requirements of the senior secondary curriculum.
Sue Nichols & Phil Cormack, University of South Australia
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51. School public discourse and teachers' personal and practical discourses: three perspectives for examining a school's charter for improvement.
John Rafferty, and Max Stephens, St Monica's Primary School Wodonga and Australian Catholic University, Melbourne
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52. Problems without solutions? A report on recent work investigating the provision of public education in Victorian country schools.
Chris Reynolds and Murray Cropley, Chris Reynolds & Associates
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53. 'Curriculum Organisation for a Learning Society: The Key Abilities Model and the Four Curricular Forms'
Andrew Seaton, Education Queensland
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54. The role of EdNA Online in providing resources for the educational community
Kerrie Smith, EdNA Online
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55. Collaborative Teaching And Learning: Reflections On A Facilitated Journey.
Ayshe Talay-Ongan, Margaret McNaught, Trish Edmonds, and Maree Gosper
Macquarie University

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56. Civics and Citizenship Education: A tale of two classes.
Claire Treadgold, PhD Student, University of Sydney
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57. "Entering No Man's Land: Transformative Curriculum For School Secretaries.
Neill Ustick, Australian Catholic University, Signadou Campus
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58. Required Characteristics for Good Citizenship in the Iranian Society and Consistency of the Iranian School Curricula with these characteristics.
Kourosh Fathi Vajargah, Shahid Beheshti University
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59. Looking back at curriculum change in Tasmania: Will the New Essential Learnings Framework facilitate successful curriculum reform?
Michael Watt, Doctoral Student, University of Canberra
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60. The South Australian Curriculum Standards and Accountability Framework: A fillip for middle schooling?
Kay Whitehead, Flinders University
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61.Tourette Syndrome- A Case for establishing the individual needs of children at risk
Jeni Wilson, University of Melbourne
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62. 'Cultural capital' and the literacy needs of a new generation of pre-service teachers
Lew Zipin and Marie Brennan,University of Canberra
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