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Curriculum Perspectives 2012

Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol.32, No. 1. 2012
Edited by Colin J Marsh


ARTICLES

Variation theory - a tool to achieve pre-school curricula learning goals in Mathematics
Mona Holmquist, Charlotte Tullgren and Göran Brante

The implementation of formative assessment at primary school level: A Hong Kong case study
Lo, Yiu Chun

Teachers' knowledge for social education: Perspectives from the middle years of schooling
Mallihai Tambyah

Implementing the Australian Curriculum in rural schools
Aaron Drummond, R. John Halsey and Marja van Bredar

Teachers' professional development and professional learning: An examination of the shift in meaning of these terms and practices
Janette Long

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

Capabilities and the Australian Curriculum
Alan Reid

General capabilities in the Australian Curriculum: An ACARA perspective
Grette Toner

Schisms, skills and schooling - the challenges of general capabilities
Rob Gilbert

Capabilities: Learning from experience 60
Paul Kilvert

Reflecting on the implementation of key competencies [capabilities] in the New Zealand Curriculum
Rosemary HipkinsImplementing the Australian Curriculum: A critical capabilities approach
Stephen Kelly

BOOK REVIEWS

Interrupting history: rethinking history curriculum after 'the end of history'
Deborah HendersonFrom Testing to Productive Student Learning
Colin Marsh

Changing Schools in an Era of Globalisation
Colin Marsh


CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES FOR INTENDING CONTRIBUTORS

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol.32, No. 2. 2012
Edited by the ACSA Secretariat


Executive news

From the President

Executive Director's Report

ACSA information

Members services

IDEAS

2012 curriculum symposium

ACSA corporate reporting 2011

Annual report

Special purpose financial report


Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol.32, No. 3. 2012
Edited by Colin J Marsh


ARRTICLES

Theorising a framework for contemporary health literacies in schools
Mary Ryan, Anthony Rossi, lisahunter, Doune Macdonald and Louise McCuaig

Negotiating discourses in play in New Zealand's history curriculum: Shaping critical pedagogy in teacher education
Philippa Hunter

Teachers' classroom-based research: How it impacts their professional development in Japan
Mohammad Reza Sarkar Arani, Fukuyo Tomita, Masami Matoba, Eisuke Saito and James P. Lassegard

What global citizenship means to Singapore primary students
Zaki Jalil, Seok-Hong Chua and Jasmine B.-Y. Sim

Secondary students' mathematics homework beliefs and behaviours: A pilot study
Kester Lee and Judy Anderson


POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

Setting the scene - Skills development for employability and inclusive sustainable development: Innovative approaches from Asia
Rupert Maclean

Intercultural learning and sustainable development in the globalised world: Some frameworks and opportunities
Peter Kearns

Values and skills development for employability
Christopher Drake

Effectively harnessing ICTs in support of skills development for employability
Tapio Varis

Jobs, spatial education and digital mobility
Margaret Robertson

Greening the TVET curriculum for sustainable development in Hong Kong: Past, present and future
Eric Tsang

Skills training for green initiatives: The experience of China
Huang Chunlin (Chandler)

ESD and skills development for employability: Curriculum led innovation in Asia with particular reference to teacher education
Margarita Pavlova

CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES FOR INTENDING CONTRIBUTORS

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol.32, No. 4. 2012
Edited by the ACSA Secretariat


Executive news

From the President

Executive Director's Report

ACSA information

Symposiums and conferences

Call for papers and workshops

Invitations to nominate for the Garth Boomer Award

2013 ACSA Executive elections

Curriculum information

Implementing the Australian Curriculum: towards 2013

Member activity

Study of the United States Institutes. A report by Kathryn Moyle