Welcome to the Curriculum & Leadership Journal website.
To receive our fortnightly Email Alert,
please click on the blue menu item below.
Curriculum & Leadership Journal
An electronic journal for leaders in education
ISSN: 1448-0743
Follow us on twitter

Tables of contents

Curriculum Inquiry

Volume 41 Number 2, March 2011

Editorial

 

Sheltered instruction, historical reasoning, child development, gender normalization, and spiritual activism

Elizabeth Campbell

179 – 184

Articles

 

Teaching as sheltering: a metaphorical analysis of sheltered instruction for English language learners

Anny Fritzen

185 – 211

Beyond reading comprehension and summary: learning to read and write in history by focusing on evidence, perspective, and interpretation

Chauncey Monte-Sano

212 – 249

'Development as an aim of education': a reconsideration of Dewey's vision

Barbara Schecter

250 – 266

Role models or normalizing agents? a genealogical analysis of popular written news media discourse regarding male teachers

Brandon M Sternod

267 – 292

A mighty river: intersections of spiritualities and activism in children's and young adult literature

Lisa Simon & Nadjwa E L Norton

293 – 318

 

KLA

Subject Heading

Literacy

Volume 45 Number 1, April 2011

Editorial

 

Kathy Hall

1 – 2

Articles

 

Peer tutoring in reading in Scotland: thinking big

Keith Topping, David Miller, Allan Thurston et al

3 – 9

'The three hags and Pocohontas': how collaboration develops Early Years writing skills

Bill Boyle & Marie Charles

10 – 18

Log jammed by standard assessment tests: how feedback can help writers

Winifred Burke

19 – 24

Literacy in church and family sites through the eyes of Samoan children in New Zealand

John Dickie & Geraldine McDonald

25 – 31

New media, evolving multimodal literacy practices and the potential impact of increased use of the visual mode in the urban environment on young children's learning

Dylan Yamada-Rice

32 – 43

In defence of multimodal re-signification: a response to Håvard Skaar's 'In defence of writing'

Elisabetta Adami

44 – 50

Book reviews

 

Goodwin, P (Ed), Understanding Children's Books: A Guide for Educational Professionals

Debbie Wright

51

Davies, J & Merchant, G, Web 2.0 for Schools: Learning and Social Participation

Laura Nicosia

51 – 52

 

KLA

Subject Heading

Pedagogy, Culture and Society

Volume 19 Number 1, March 2011

Articles

 

Engaging Gen Y in schooling: the need for an egalitarian ethos of education

Glenda McGregor

1 – 20

Reviving the 'moments': from cultural awareness and cross-cultural mediation to critical intercultural language pedagogy

Maria Dasli

21 – 39

Learning 'social responsibility' in the workplace: conjuring, unsettling, and folding boundaries

Tara Fenwick

41 – 60

The self-managed heart: teaching gender and doing emotional labour in a higher education institution

Shirley Koster

61 – 77

'Undoing' the self: should heterosexual teachers 'come out' in the university classroom?

Louisa Allen

79 – 95

Interminable knots: hostages to toxic stories

Olivia Sagan

97 – 118

'School does not teach burying the dead': the complexity of cultural dialogue

Luíza Cortesão & João Cardoso Cuale

119 – 131

Moral care and caring pedagogy: two dimensions of teachers' praxis

Khalil Gholami

133 – 151

Historicising English pedagogy: the extension and transformation of 'the cure of souls'

Jory Brass

153 – 172

 

KLA

Subject Heading

Technology, Pedagogy and Education

Volume 20 Number 1, March 2011

Editorial

 

Editorial

Steve Kennewell

1 – 2

Articles

 

Confronting the technological pedagogical knowledge of Finnish Net Generation student teachers

Teemu Valtonen, Susanna Pontinen, Jari Kukkonen et al

3 – 18

Evaluating learning in the 21st century: a digital age learning matrix

Louise Starkey

19 – 39

Innovation in higher education in China: are teachers ready to integrate ICT in English language teaching?

Zhiwen Hu & Ian McGrath

41 – 59

Using a game environment to foster collaborative learning: a design-based study

Raija Hämäläinen

61 – 78

Learning methods for teacher education: the use of online discussions to improve critical thinking

Zsuzsanna Szabo & Jonathan Schwartz

79 – 94

The design of lessons using mathematics analysis software to support multiple representations in secondary school mathematics

Robyn Pierce, Kaye Stacey, Roger Wander et al

95 – 112

Differential use and benefits of PowerPoint in upper level versus lower level courses

Patricia V Roehling & Sonja Trent-Brown

113 – 124

 

KLA

Subject Heading

There are no Conferences available in this issue.