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Curriculum & Leadership Journal
An electronic journal for leaders in education
ISSN: 1448-0743
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Curriculum Leadership journal will not be published on 26 September or 3 October 2008 due to term breaks in some jurisdictions. The next edition will appear 10 October 2008.

21st Century Learning: Acting Nationally and Internationally

Kurt Ambrose, Jill Wilson

In a year that has seen a renewed national emphasis on education, with the establishment of the Interim National Curriculum Board and the release of the Draft National Declaration on Educational Goals for Young Australians (MCEETYA 2008), Curriculum Corporation will host its 15th Annual Conference, C21st Learning: Acting (inter) Nationally, on 10 and 11 November in Melbourne.

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Diagnosing school decline

Daniel L Duke

Schools need effective ways to cope with the onset of sudden, major challenges – Phi Delta Kappan.

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Best and brightest

Farrah Tomazin

Programs to employ non-teaching graduates in classroom teaching positions have critics and supporters – The Age: Education.

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A case study of classroom blogging

Robyn MacBride, April Lynn Luehmann

A blog for Year 11 calculus classes has shown its value in fostering collaborative, student-centred learning – School Science and Mathematics.

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High school outcomes for a Montessori program

Kathryn Rindskopf Dohrmann, Tracy K Nishida, Alan Gartner, et al.

A study finds that secondary students taught through the Montessori method at primary school had significantly higher scores in maths and science than a control group – JRCE.

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