The Curriculum Journal
The Curriculum Journal is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes original contributions to the study of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment. Papers reporting empirical studies and theoretical analyses from a range of perspectives, including philosophical and historical, are welcome. The journal particularly welcomes papers that include attention to the implications for policy and practice that arise from theoretical and empirical work.
The journal makes a specialist contribution to knowledge related to the educational phases that impact on children from the early years to adulthood.
The editorial team of the journal is as follows.
Mark Priestley, University of Stirling, UK
Stavroula Philippou, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Daniel Alvunger, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Kathy Hibbert, Western University, Canada
David Leat, Newcastle University, UK
Nienke Nieveen, Eindhoven University and SLO, Netherlands
Claire Sinnema, University of Auckland, NZ
Tiina Soini, Universities of Tampere and Eastern Finland
Book Reviews Editor
Joseph Smith, University of Stirling, UK
CALL FOR SPECIAL ISSUE PAPERS
Re-educating the nation? The development of a new curriculum for Wales
Wales is currently in the process of developing a new national curriculum that entails a radical departure from a conventional subject-based approach. The Curriculum Journal is planning to devote a special issue to this development – which will be of interest not only to readers in Wales and the UK, but to all those interested in the processes and challenges of curriculum reform at the system level.
The guest editors, Sally Power and Chris Taylor of Cardiff University, are inviting expressions of interest from authors who would to contribute papers that address the current developments in Wales, on a variety of topics and from a variety of perspectives. Click here for more information.
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