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Curriculum & Leadership Journal
An electronic journal for leaders in education
ISSN: 1448-0743
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A Vision Splendid

Special report 
Curriculum Corporation invites teachers, principals, policymakers, and other education professionals to its 2006 conference, titled A Vision Splendid, which will focus on the potential of ICT to transform school education. Themes include: ICT and student diversity; professional development opportunities and resources; and effective ways to integrate ICT into teaching practice and curriculum delivery. View Article...

Increasing access to mathematical thinking

Peter Sullivan, Judy Mousley, Robyn Jorgensen
A maths approach for upper primary and lower secondary students simultaneously addresses the needs of struggling, mainstream and advanced students without sacrificing the benefits of whole class discussion and debate – Prime Number. View Abstract...

Pasifika literacy: what makes for success?

Faye Parkhill, Jo Fletcher, Amosa Fa'afoi
A New Zealand study has highlighted the value of home-school relationships and the maintenance of cultural identity for fostering achievement in Pasifika students – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies View Abstract...

Evaluating school websites

Susan Miller, Karen I Adsit, Ted Miller
A research project in the USA has examined which features of school websites are recommended in educational literature, which are most commonly found and which are most popular with teachers, parents and students – TechTrends. View Abstract...

Think sex

Caroline Milburn
Significant variance in the nature and quality of sex education in schools is forcing students to rely on popular media for information – The Age: Education.View Abstract...

Virtual bullying

Janet Stone
An independent girls' school in Victoria explores ways to counter the growing use of ICT for covert bullying – Teacher.View Abstract...