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Curriculum Perspectives 2007

Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol.27, No. 1. 2007
Edited by Colin J Marsh


ARTICLES

The fourth dimension: Constructions of the identity of history
Ian Simpson and Christine Halse

Lies, damn lies and history textbooks: two case studies in Japan and the United States
Tony Taylor

The Micro-politics of Curriculum Leadership
LO Yiu Chun

Australian Global Education: Beyond Rhetoric towards Reality
Susan Bliss

Comparison of Future Physicists' Educational Beliefs and Teaching to the Goals of Science Education Reforms
Sufen Chen

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

A Re-Visioning of Curriculum Integration for the 21st Century: Creating Spaces for Conversation and Dialogue
Sally Godinho

Journeying towards integrative curriculum
Kath Murdoch

The International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme: An effective model for Inquiry and Integrated Curriculum
Dee Clements

Oatlands School: Negotiating curriculum to save the lake
Julianne Moss

BOOK REVIEW

Changing Schools for Changing Times: New directions for the school curriculum in Hong Kong
Kerry Kennedy

CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES FOR INTENDING CONTRIBUTORS

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol.27, No. 2. 2007
Edited by the ACSA Secretariat


EXECUTIVE NEWS

From the President and the Executive Director

ACSA INFORMATION

Curriculum Standing Committee of National Education Professional Associations
National curriculum discussion paper:

*School curriculum for the 21st century: A rough guide to a national curriculum (Peter Cole)

*School curriculum for the 21st century (Bruce Wilson)

2007 ACSA Executive elections
ACSA updates 2007
Two new books


Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol.27, No. 3. 2007
Edited by Colin J Marsh


ARTICLES

What's wrong with benchmarks? Answering the wrong questions with the wrong answers
Annette Woods

Transforming the Capital That Counts: Making a difference for students with Cultural Capital in the 'wrong' currency
Carmen Mills

Senior Secondary Schooling in Western Australia. Transforming curriculum, lives and society?
Dawn Penney and Mr Walker

Reforming Curriculum and Assessment Practices: Implications for Educating Teachers in the A to E Economy
Julianne Moss and Sally Godinho

Improving Teaching and Learning through a Learning Study
LO Mun Ling, Helen Hoi Ying HUNG and CHIK Pui Man Pakey

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

Designs on Technological Literacy
Steve Keirl

TechLit & MilGen
Donna Pendergast

Literacy ethics: Defence against a technology of literacy for the military
Cushla Kapitzke

Waking up the subject: from craft to critical technacy
Kurt Seemann

'Within-it/without-it' and the search for ethical technological literacy.
Steve Keirl

CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES FOR INTENDING CONTRIBUTORS

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol.27, No. 4. 2007
Edited by the ACSA Secretariat


EXECUTIVE NEWS

From the President and the Executive Director

CURRICULUM NEWS

Productive national curriculum work
A working paper prepared for CSCNEPA

Middle years' project

ACSA NATIONAL CURRICULUM CONFERENCE

Curriculum Centre Stage: Inclusivity, creativity and diversity

2007 ACSA awards for innovative curriculum

2007 Garth Boomer Award winner

Wooranna Park Primary School

ACSA INFORMATION

Updates

Notice of 2008 AGM