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Curriculum Perspectives 2005

Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol. 25, No. 1. 2005
Edited by Colin J Marsh



ARTICLES

School as a cubbyhouse: Tensions between intent and practice in classroom curriculum
Geoff Munns

On the governance of public education
Richard Bates

Researching the development of historical consciousness in late primary and junior secondary students
Julie Edwards

Attempting to reconcile teaching theory and practice:
'What do you do if you don't do worksheets?'
Coral Swan

Developing global perspectives in primary school students through quality teaching and authentic assessment
Bev Stubbs and Sandra Newell

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

Post-curriculum history?
Bill Green

Researching curriculum history
Phil Cormack

Feminist poststructuralism and curriculum history
Julie McLeod

Getting (a) complex about curriculum history
Stephen Thorpe

BOOK REVIEWS

Fundamentals of curriculum
Colin Marsh

Key concepts for understanding curriculum
John Chi-kin Lee

CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES FOR INTENDING CONTRIBUTORS

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION



Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol. 25, No. 2. 2005
Edited by ACSA Secretariat


EXECUTIVE NEWS

From the President
From the Executive Director

ACSA INFORMATION

ACSA Biennial National Conference
ACSA Executive Elections 2005
Quality Teachers, Quality Teaching Forum
The 2005 National Schools Constitutional Convention
2005 Civics and Citizenship Forum
2005 National Values Education Forum

FROM THE SCHOOLS

Let's keep the action happening



Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol. 25, No. 3. 2005
Edited by Colin J Marsh


ARTICLES

Learning difficulties in the Australian context: Policy, research and practice
Annette Woods, Claire Wyatt-Smith and John Elkins

The social and emotional struggles of being a 12 year old boy: Matthew's story of masculinity
Amanda Keddie

The SACSA framework: unsettled policy for unsettled times
Sam Sellar

The influences of Chinese culture on teacher-student interaction in the classrooms of Hong Kong secondary schools
Ming Tak Hue

Critical literacy in high school preparation language programs: Challenges and possibilities
Jennifer Alford

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

Sexualities and education in Australia: Which way forward?
Mary Lou Rasmussen

Assembling sexuality education
Deana Leahy

Listening to the kids and working on the adults for more liveable lives: Sex/ualities and schooling
lisahunter

In good conscience?
Valerie Harwood

Practicing queer theories: Queer image-based texts in the tertiary classroom
Kellie Burns

BOOK REVIEWS
Designing the school curriculum
Colin Marsh

How do teachers influence people?
Colin Marsh

CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES FOR INTENDING CONTRIBUTORS

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION



Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol. 25, No. 4. 2005
Edited by ACSA Secretariat



EXECUTIVE NEWS
From the President and the Executive Director

ACSA INFORMATION
The 2005 ACSA conference
Conference awards presentations - The Australian Curriculum Studies Award for Innovative Curriculum.
Garth Boomer Memorial address
Winners of the 2005 Garth Boomer award: Swan View Senior High School ...From Resistance to Engagement: Changing Indigenous student attitudes towards education and training.
The ACSA Executive 2005-07

FROM THE SCHOOLS
The Learning Journey of Elizabeth Vale School

PUBLICATIONS
New publications launched at the 2005 Conference