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The SAGE handbook of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment

Author: Dominic Wyse; Louise Hayward; Jessica Zacher Pandya
Publisher: Los Angeles : SAGE reference, [2016] ©2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The SAGE Handbook of Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment focuses on examining how curriculum is treated and developed, and its impact on pedagogy and assessment worldwide.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Dominic Wyse; Louise Hayward; Jessica Zacher Pandya
ISBN: 9781446297025 1446297020
OCLC Number: 936224781
Description: 2 volumes (xxx, ix, 1063 pages) : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: V.1. Introduction / Dominic Wyse, Louise Hayward and Jessica Pandya --
Conceptions of curriculum / Jung-Hoon Jung and William F. Pinar --
History of the curriculum / Gary McCulloch --
Aims of education in a democracy / John White --
Knowledge and the curriculum: a pragmatist approach / Gert Biesta --
Knowledge and the curriculum in the sociology of knowledge / Johan Muller --
Didactics / Brian Hudson --
Educational neuroscience and Learning / Andrew Tolmie --
Rethinking child-centred education / Lynn Ang --
Practitioner research: understanding teaching through inquiry / Vivienne Marie Baumfield --
Culture and pedagogy(ies): (what) have we learned from and since Alexander 2001 / David Zyngier --
The teacher and the curriculum: exploring teacher agency / Mark Priestley, Gert Biesta, Stavroula Philippou and Sarah Robinson --
Inclusion in public schools: learning to think and learning to live together / Miguel Lopez Melero, Iulia Mancila and Cateri Soler Garcia --
Subordinate subjects: the work of the hidden curriculum in post-colonial Ghana / Mairead Dunne and Vincent Adzahlie-Mensah --
Ethnicity and the curriculum / Christine E. Sleeter Gender and the curriculum / Jannette Elwood --
Children's rights and student voice: their intersections and the implications for curriculum and pedagogy / Laura Lundy and Alison Cook-Sather --
Alongside virtual youth using the internet: creating and researching learning interactions / Vic Lally --
Curriculum and teacher development / Jerry Rosiek and D. Jean Clandinin --
Curriculum and pedagogy: the future of teacher professional learning and the development of adaptive expertise / Deidre Le Fevre, Helen Timperley and Fiona Ell --
Pedagogy and curriculum --
teachers as learners / Kay Livingston --
Visual art / Richard Hickman and Rebecca Heaton --
The performing arts in learning, curriculum and culture / Anton Franks --
The 'value' of computers and computing: toward a new axiology of educational technology / Mark Evan Nelson --
Geography / David Lambert --
History curriculum: a transatlantic analysis / Tim Keirn --
World languages curriculum Amalia Llombart-Huesca --
Physical education / Mike Jess and Malcolm Thorburn --
Religious education / Leonard Franchi, James Conroy and Stephen McKinney --
Science education and economic growth: some implications for curriculum, pedagogy and assessment / Derek Bell and Petra Skiebe-Corrette --
Assessing pre-college engineering education curricula: a holistic and practice-oriented perspective / James Teslow, Yan Sun and Johannes Strobel --
Environmental and Sustainability education: a fragile history of the present / Margaret Somerville V. 2. Transdisciplinarity in curricular theory and practice / James Albright --
Language policies and planning for English education in post-olympic China / Lin Pan --
Multilingual education for all (MEFA): empowering non-dominant languages and cultures through multilingual curriculum development / Carol Benson and Itziar Elorza --
Creativity, education and curricula / Anusca Ferrari and Dominic Wyse --
Positioning play in early childhood curriculum pedagogy and assessment / Sue Rogers --
Children's literature in the classroom and the curriculum / Vivienne Smith --
The literacy curriculum: a critical review / Kathy A. Mills and Len Unsworth --
Numeracy in, across and beyond the school curriculum / Kenneth Ruthven --
Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) curricula in the US and other contexts / Susan Gomez-Zwiep --
College and career readiness for all: the role of career and technical education in the US / Victor M. Hernandez-Gantes --
Assessment and the curriculum / Wynne Harlen --
Teachers' perceptions of assessment / John Gardner and Debie Galanouli --
The role of assessment in pedagogy --
and why validity matters / Paul Black Assessment for learning: a pedagogical tool / Kari Smith --
Implementing assessment for learning in a Confucius context: the case of Hong Kong 2004-14 / Ricky Lam --
Assessment for learning community: learners, teachers and policymakers / Mary F. Hill --
Curriculum reform in testing and accountability contexts / Val Klenowski and Merilyn Carter --
Professional standards and the assessment work of teachers / Claire Maree Wyatt-Smith and Anne Looney --
Curriculum in the twenty-first century and the future of examinations / Jo-Anne Baird and Therese N. Hopfenbeck --
Student assessment and its relationship with curriculum, teaching and learning in the twenty-first century / Deborah Nusche --
National assessment and intelligent accountability / Sandra Johnson --
Economic impact of education: evidence and relevance / Kristinn Hermannsson --
Public and private boundaries in curriculum and educational policy / Vera Peroni --
International assessments of student learning outcomes / Andreas Schleicher --
Comparison and countries / Esther Care and Bruce Beswick --
Effects of globalized assessment on local curricula: what Japanese teachers face and how they challenge it / Shinya Takekawa --
The ebb and flow of curricular autonomy: balance between local freedom and national prescription in curricula / Claire Sinnema --
National standards in policy and practice / Michael Moore, Don Zancanella and JuliAnna Avila --
Curriculum development and school leadership: unattainable responsibility or realistic ambition? / Ciaran Sugrue --
Teacher education --
making connections with curriculum, pedagogy and assessment / Ian Menter.
Other Titles: Curriculum, pedagogy and assessment
Responsibility: edited by Dominic Wyse, Louise Hayward and Jessica Pandya.

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