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Curriculum Perspectives 2011

Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol.31, No. 1. 2011
Edited by Colin J Marsh


ARTICLES

Ready to teach fractions to the Year 7 national standards?
Stephen Norton and Steven Nisbet

Teacher dis/appointments? Transitions into and out of teaching
John Buchanan

Monitoring an outcomes-focused learning environment: A case study
Jill M. Aldridge and Barry J. Fraser

Confirming the conceptual content and structure of a curriculum framework: A Rasch Rating Scale Model approach
Rob Cavanagh

School-based curriculum development in Singapore: Bottom-up perspectives of a top-down policy
Kai-Ling Leong, Jasmine B-Y Sim and Seok-Hong Chua

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

Messages about progress to date on the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics
Will Morony

Realising the 'big ideas' in Number - vision impossible?
Dianne Siemon

Working mathematically with the proficiencies?
David Leigh-Lancaster

In search of uncertainty
Steve Thornton

REACTION TO POINT AND COUNTERPOINT, 30(1), 2010

Peter Frensham

BOOK REVIEWS

Schools as Curriculum Agencies: Asian and European perspectives on school-based curriculum development
Jia Xu

Becoming a Teacher: Knowledge, skills and issues, Fifth Edition
Deborah Henderson

Curriculum over 30 years: What have we achieved?
Dr Paul Brock

CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES FOR INTENDING CONTRIBUTORS

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol.31, No. 2. 2011
Edited by the ACSA Secretariat


Executive news

From the President

Executive Director's Report

2011 biennial curriculum conference Leading curriculum change

Overview

Draft Program

Papers and workshops

Publications

New book - Crossing borders: African refugees, teachers and schools

Two new teacher resources

Curriculum matters

The Australian Curriculum Coalition

National Education Forum

ARC's Excellence in Research in Australia rankings

ACSA projects

National Schools Constitutional Convention


Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol.31, No. 3. 2011
Edited by Colin J Marsh


ARTICLES

Talking allowed: 'I really enjoy being able to discuss something without the teacher sort of telling us what to say'
Anne Sinclair and Maree Davis

A lived curriculum in two languages
Simone Smala and Kate Sutherland

How schools cope with a new integrated subject for senior secondary students: An example from Hong Kong
Chi-chung Lam and Jacqueline Kin-sang Chan

New Zealand and Queensland teachers' conceptions of curriculum: Potential jurisdictional effects of curriculum policy and implementation
Gavin Brown, Robert Lake and Gabriel Matters

Assessing Values Education: A tentative exploration
Laurie Brady

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

History in the Australian Curriculum:
Providing answers without asking questions
Deborah Henderson

"Promises to keep..." potential and pitfall in the Australian Curriculum: History
Brian Hoepper

"More tick-the-box": The challenge of promoting interdisciplinary learning in the middle years through the Australian history curriculum
Mallihai Tambyah

Teaching History in primary school: Interrogating the Australian Curriculum
Ruth Reynolds

Beyond time, continuity and change: Reasoning, imagination and the future of history
John A. Whitehouse

BOOK REVIEWS

World Yearbook of Education 2011 - curriculum in Today's World: Configuring Knowledge, Identities, Work and Politics
Noel Gough

Australia's Curriculum Dilemmas - State culture and the Big Issues
Bill Stringer

CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES FOR INTENDING CONTRIBUTORS

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol.31, No. 4. 2011
Edited by the ACSA Secretariat


Executive news

From the President

Executive Director's Report

ACSA Information

Great IDEAS

New executive

Annual General Meeting

2012 Curriculum symposium

ACSA biennial conference

Life membership award

Innovative curriculum award

Garth Boomer award

Publications

Review - Learning From One Another

Publication fire sale and promotion

ACSA corporate reporting

Annual report

Special purpose financial report