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Curriculum & Leadership Journal
An electronic journal for leaders in education
ISSN: 1448-0743
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2007 NSW Priority Schools Programs Conference: Leading & Achieving

Tracey Kick
Priority Schools Programs in New South Wales support schools serving high concentrations of low socio-economic status communities. The goal of the Priority Schools Programs Conference 2007 is to provide leadership in achieving educational equity for students for whom low socio-economic status intersects with factors such as geographic isolation, Aboriginality, gender, disability and cultural and linguistic diversity. The two-day program includes presentations from keynote speakers, workshops, the sharing of effective practice by Priority Schools across NSW, panels and a plenary. View Article...

Creativity: the essence of mathematics

Eric L Mann

Teaching that stimulates creativity in maths works to engage gifted students and other students, and prepares them for real-world applications of mathematics – Journal for the Education of the Gifted.

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Go figure!

Elisabeth Tarica
A number of proposals have been raised to address the critical shortage of maths teachers and other maths professionals – The Age: Education. View Abstract...

The secondary Head of Department and exceptional student outcomes

Steve Dinham
A study in New South Wales has explored common qualities among leaders of exceptionally high-performing secondary school departments – Journal of Educational Administration.View Abstract...

Cognitive tools for understanding history: what more do we need?

M.J. Weiler, D.K. ONeill
Well-designed ICT can engage students in the study of history by exposing them them to the methodological issues faced by practicing historians – Journal of Educational Computing Research.View Abstract...