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Curriculum Perspectives 2013


Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol.33, No. 1. 2013
Edited by Kerry J Kennedy


 

ARTICLES

The inclusion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander content in the Australian National Curriculum: A cultural, cognitive
and socio-political evaluation
Kevin Lowe and Tyson Yunkaporta

Examining the curriculum and assessment framework of the Australian Curriculum: Science
Carole Haeusler

Improving the value of the national curriculum through ethics and the religious
Scott Webster

Towards Asia Literacy: The Australian Curriculum and Asian-Australian children's literature
Deborah Henderson, Cherie Allan and Kerry Mallan

Negotiating the meaning of achievement standards in the Australian Curriculum
Jill Willis and Lenore Adie

Owning History: Building historical understandings through creative engagement
Mary-Rose McLaren

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

Civics and Citizenship in the Australian Curriculum - Global perspectives
Kerry J. Kennedy

The Civics and Citizenship Draft Shape Paper from an English perspective
Ian Davies

The shaping and reshaping of citizenship education in Australia
Wing On Lee

Critical civics and citizenship education: what kind of 'ative citizen'?
Joan De Jaeghere

Australia's new Civics and Citizenship Draft Shape Paper: A significant step backward
Alan Sears

Being a critical citizen: Australia and China in comparative perspective
Zhenzhou Zhao


BOOK REVIEWS

Australia's Curriculum Dilemmas: State Cultures and the Big Issues
Bob Adamson

Something in Common: the Common Core Standards and the Next Chapter in American Education
Michael Watt

CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES FOR INTENDING CONTRIBUTORS

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION


Curriculum Perspectives
Newsletter Edition
Vol.33, No. 2. 2013
Edited by the ACSA Secretariat


Executive News

From the President and Executive Director

ACSA Information

Executive Elections

Candidate Information

Expressions of Interest for editor of Curriculum Perspectives Journal

Biennial Conference

Overview

Registration Form

Program

Curriculum Information

New resources developed by ACSA

 


Curriculum Perspectives
Journal Edition
Vol.33, No. 3. 2013
Edited by Kerry J Kennedy


ARTICLES

Engaging middle year learners by making their communities curriculuar: A Funds of Knowledge approach
Lew Zipin

Visual Art, ESL students and social transition: Exploring innovative possibilities
Meg Wielgosz and Wesley Imms

Investigating Early Childhood curriculum and pedagogy through a three-way collaboration
Susan Krieg and Jessie Jovanovic

Exploring the conditions to support assessment for more equitable learning outcomes
Valentina Klenowski and Bob Funnell

The Australian Baccalaureate: A preliminary study
Christine Cunningham

Feature - the Australian Curriculum

Statistical literacy, a statistics curriculum for school students, the pedagogical content needs of teachers, and the Australian Curriculum
Jane Watson

POINT AND COUNTERPOINT

Asia literacy in schooling
Christine Halse

What's needed for Asian languages?
Joseph Lo Bianco

Knowing Asia and re-imagining the Australian self
Chengxin Pan

Asia literacy and beyond
Fazal Rizvi

Experiential teaching and learning for Asia literacy through civics and citizenship education
Libby Tudball and Deborah Henderson

A cultural studies approach to Asia literacy: A curriculum imagination
Aaron Koh

Professional standards and ethical sensibilities
Alex Kostogriz

CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES FOR INTENDING CONTRIBUTORS

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION