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The Resource Powers of curriculum : sociological perspectives on education, edited byBrad Gobby, Rebecca Walker

Powers of curriculum : sociological perspectives on education, edited byBrad Gobby, Rebecca Walker

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Powers of curriculum : sociological perspectives on education
Title
Powers of curriculum
Title remainder
sociological perspectives on education
Statement of responsibility
edited byBrad Gobby, Rebecca Walker
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
AIAS
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Powers of curriculum : sociological perspectives on education, edited byBrad Gobby, Rebecca Walker
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Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part 1: Understanding Curriculum -- What is Curriculum?/Brad Gobby -- Schooling, Its History and Power/Brad Gobby and Zsuzsa Millei -- Questioning How and What we Know: New Concepts to Approach Education/Brad Gobby and Saul Karnovsky -- Educators' Philosophies: Encountering and Weaving Images/Stefania Giamminuti -- Critically Reflective Practice: What Is It and Why is it Needed Now?/Barry Down -- Neoliberalism, Education and Curriculm/Glenn C. Savage
  • Part 2: Unpacking Curriculum Contexts -- The Education System and SES: Mapping Disadvantage/Joel Windle -- The Trap of Binary Thinking: Problematising Gender and Social Disadvantage/Jane Pearce -- Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience in Education/Zsuzsa Millei and Eva Bendix Petersen -- Identity Formation: Consumerism and Popular Culture/Kelli McGraw -- Rethinking Australia's Cultural Diversity/Amanda Keddie -- Understanding the Techniques of Colonialism: Indigenous Educational Justice/Sophie Rudolph and Lilly Brown -- Testing Times for Assessment and Pedagogy/Rebecca Walker and Brad Gobby
  • Part 3: Enacting Curriculum Experiences -- Learner Diversity and School Practices/Christina Gowlett and Richard Niesche -- The Virtual Schoolbag and Pedagogies of Engagment/Glenda McGregor, Martin Mills -- Environment: The Third Teacher/Jane Merewether -- Planning, Programming and Embedding Curriculum/Alma Fleet -- Student-centre Approaches to Planning in Primary and Secondary Schools/Rebecca Walker
  • Glossary - Page 471
  • Index - Page 481
Extent
xix, 500 pages:
Isbn
9780190303709
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations, charts, maps(some coloured);
Label
Powers of curriculum : sociological perspectives on education, edited byBrad Gobby, Rebecca Walker
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part 1: Understanding Curriculum -- What is Curriculum?/Brad Gobby -- Schooling, Its History and Power/Brad Gobby and Zsuzsa Millei -- Questioning How and What we Know: New Concepts to Approach Education/Brad Gobby and Saul Karnovsky -- Educators' Philosophies: Encountering and Weaving Images/Stefania Giamminuti -- Critically Reflective Practice: What Is It and Why is it Needed Now?/Barry Down -- Neoliberalism, Education and Curriculm/Glenn C. Savage
  • Part 2: Unpacking Curriculum Contexts -- The Education System and SES: Mapping Disadvantage/Joel Windle -- The Trap of Binary Thinking: Problematising Gender and Social Disadvantage/Jane Pearce -- Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience in Education/Zsuzsa Millei and Eva Bendix Petersen -- Identity Formation: Consumerism and Popular Culture/Kelli McGraw -- Rethinking Australia's Cultural Diversity/Amanda Keddie -- Understanding the Techniques of Colonialism: Indigenous Educational Justice/Sophie Rudolph and Lilly Brown -- Testing Times for Assessment and Pedagogy/Rebecca Walker and Brad Gobby
  • Part 3: Enacting Curriculum Experiences -- Learner Diversity and School Practices/Christina Gowlett and Richard Niesche -- The Virtual Schoolbag and Pedagogies of Engagment/Glenda McGregor, Martin Mills -- Environment: The Third Teacher/Jane Merewether -- Planning, Programming and Embedding Curriculum/Alma Fleet -- Student-centre Approaches to Planning in Primary and Secondary Schools/Rebecca Walker
  • Glossary - Page 471
  • Index - Page 481
Extent
xix, 500 pages:
Isbn
9780190303709
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations, charts, maps(some coloured);

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