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Curriculum & Leadership Journal
An electronic journal for leaders in education
ISSN: 1448-0743
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The double helix of values education and quality teaching

Terry Lovat, Ron Toomey
Quality teaching and quality learning flow naturally from placing values at the centre of a school’s ethos and operations. By making the teaching of values an explicit and central part of teaching we tend to create a climate in which intellectual depth, communicative competence, empathic character, reflection, self-management and self-knowledge can flourish. View Article...

More curriculum debate needed

Geoff Masters
The current nature of the school curriculum should be reviewed, in recognition of social changes and new insights about the nature of learning – Education Review. View Abstract...

Current issues in educational leadership

Leanne Morton, Lisa Ehrich, Neil Cranston
Several new themes are emerging in literature on education leadership – The Australian Educational Leader. View Abstract...

Effective teaching

Bill Louden
A major study has investigated the distinctive qualities of educators who are highly effective in teaching literacy to early primary students – EQ Australia.View Abstract...

Extending guided reading with critical literacy

Susan Sandretto, et al.
In New Zealand a study has investigated the potential of critical literacy strategies to enhance guided reading for primary students – set: Information Research for Teachers.View Abstract...