Curriculum is – or should be – at the heart of educational practice

Mark Priestley & Stavroula Philippou

10 May 2019

 Mark Priestley & Stavroula Philippou

New forms of national curriculum emerging worldwide have shifted the focus from input regulation – detailed specification of content to be taught – to output regulation – evaluation of the outputs of education, gauged via analysis of attainment data and by school inspections (Nieveen & Kuiper, 2012). This ‘new curriculum’ (Priestley & Biesta, 2013) continues the trend of positioning education systems more widely, and curriculum in particular, as drivers of economic...

Developing readers, developing selves

Kathryn Murray

24 May 2019

Kathryn Murray

Co-teaching and 21st century pedagogy

Colette Murphy

22 May 2019

Colette Murphy

England’s computing curriculum: A clash of values, beliefs and purpose

Laura Larke

20 May 2019

Laura Larke

Shifting power in children’s literature: Story Makers Press

Ana De Arede, Lisa Stephenson & Tom Dobson

17 May 2019

Ana De Arede, Lisa Stephenson & Tom Dobson

Creativity, criticality and reflexivity: A gentle approach to action research

Victoria Door

15 May 2019

Victoria Door

Earth surface modeling for education: How effective is it?

Wei Luo

13 May 2019

Wei Luo