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Chandrasoma, Ranamukalage – Curriculum Journal, 2022
Community service education (CSE) in developing countries still remains under-represented in research. Addressing this gap, this article reports a study that investigated a CSE activity at a secondary school in Sri Lanka. The participants of this study comprised 10 English as a second language (ESL) teachers from four secondary schools, 68 Grade…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, English (Second Language), Service Learning
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Sasson, Irit; Yehuda, Itamar; Miedijensky, Shirley; Malkinson, Noam – Curriculum Journal, 2022
Given growing systemic investment in the designing of new learning spaces, researching the relationships between physical space and learning and teaching processes is imperative. Researching innovative learning spaces is challenging, therefore the aim of this paper is to demonstrate a pedagogical characterization based on a three-dimensional…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Educational Facilities Design, Innovation, Active Learning
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Hodgen, Jeremy; Foster, Colin; Brown, Margaret – Curriculum Journal, 2022
The problem of low attainment in mathematics has been an increasingly prominent feature of the policy discourse in England over the last 60 years; however, evidence from comparative studies indicates that little progress has been made in finding a solution. In this paper, we analyse the changing policy discourse of low attainment in mathematics…
Descriptors: Low Achievement, Mathematics Education, Educational Policy, Educational History
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Arrafii, Mohammad Arsyad – Curriculum Journal, 2022
This paper explores Indonesian secondary school teachers' conceptions of assessment in the context of assessment reform. Teachers working at different school level were interviewed both individually and in groups and their responses were analysed using the content analysis approach. Detailed examination of teachers' assessment propositions…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Foreign Countries, Secondary School Teachers, Teacher Attitudes
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Lee, Shu Jun; Kriewaldt, Jeana; Roberts, Margaret – Curriculum Journal, 2022
Internationally, there is a clear turn towards inquiry as a core approach to learning secondary school geography. This research critically compares how inquiry learning is expressed and justified in six jurisdictions (Australia, China, England, Hong Kong, Singapore, USA). Through content analysis of national curriculum documents, we found that…
Descriptors: Cross Cultural Studies, Geography Instruction, Secondary School Teachers, Teaching Methods
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Wright, Pete; Fejzo, Alba; Carvalho, Tiago – Curriculum Journal, 2022
This paper makes a significant contribution to contemporary debates over the direction curriculum reforms should take. It challenges claims that progressive pedagogies can exclude disadvantaged learners from gaining access to powerful knowledge and argues that greater attention needs to be given to learner agency and subject didactics. It reports…
Descriptors: Equal Education, Mathematics Education, Mathematics Instruction, Mathematics Curriculum
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Billmayer, Jakob; Day, Stephen P. – Curriculum Journal, 2022
This study explores the form of curriculum documents and its implications for the enacted curriculum. In this study, the narrative voices that appear in the Scottish Broad General Education phase and the Swedish Compulsory phase of the curriculum are scrutinized in relation to the most likely reader of these documents--the teacher. The study…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Teaching Methods, Science Curriculum, Cross Cultural Studies
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Roofe, Carmel – Curriculum Journal, 2022
Amidst views by teachers that they are not involved in decisions about curriculum making, Caribbean orality provides a way of knowing and transmitting knowledge reflective of the dynamics of the local context and the meanings people make of the spoken word. Caribbean orality provides the opportunity to understand how teachers make sense of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Oral Language, Verbal Communication, Curriculum Development
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Baldwin, Andrea – Curriculum Journal, 2022
This paper focused on how students from diverse local and international backgrounds in selected business classes at Washington Adventist University in the USA were affected by the negative rhetoric and actions "d'effacer" of President Trump over his presidency and also how they were experiencing their studies. A qualitative approach was…
Descriptors: Presidents, Student Diversity, Foreign Students, Student Attitudes
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Baykut, Sibel; Erbil, Cihat; Ozbilgin, Mustafa; Kamasak, Rifat; Baglama, Sercan Hamza – Curriculum Journal, 2022
The hidden curriculum, which refers to the ideologies that remain implicit in educational content, is often studied in the context of developed countries with a colonial past where there are efforts to redress the historical injustice of the colonial past. In this paper, we examine the impact of the hidden curriculum on international students in a…
Descriptors: Hidden Curriculum, Foreign Students, Cultural Pluralism, Ideology
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Moon, Seungho; Guo, Wenjin – Curriculum Journal, 2022
This study is about the curriculum theorizing of self-other and transformation. The two authors, both of Asian heritage, share their lived experience and interpretations of Chapter 20 of "I-Ching." This paper revisits a conventional, humanistic division of self-other as a launching pad to challenge the current discourse on cultural…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Social Cognition, Educational Theories, Humanism
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Wang, Qian; Gooden, Amy; Gu, Haibo; Ma, Hanlihui; Pan, Yuchen – Curriculum Journal, 2022
Using the Internationalization of the Curriculum (IoC) model, this study analyses postgraduate educational programmes that contribute to internationalization in higher education at British and Sino-British transnational universities. The purpose is to explore postcolonial curricular design influences and opportunities. The study identified…
Descriptors: International Education, Curriculum Development, Graduate Students, Foreign Policy
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Grundén, Helena – Curriculum Journal, 2022
Teachers are responsible for teaching, and when they plan, they are part of a complex non-linear social practice of curriculum making. When planning, teachers draw on curriculum materials, which are often designed to promote reform; however, previous studies show that this is not always the case. A study on planning for mathematics teaching in…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Educational Planning, Mathematics Curriculum, Foreign Countries
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Carroll, Kay; Littlejohn, Kate – Curriculum Journal, 2022
The paper critiques the curriculum construction of historical consciousness within Australian school systems. National and trans-national discourses about identity, culture, gender, race and class influence the development of historical consciousness in Australian classrooms. During this unprecedented period of shared grief and global trauma,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, History Instruction, Historical Interpretation, Social Justice
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Aletheiani, Dinny Risri – Curriculum Journal, 2022
This paper focuses on the schooling practices, curriculum, and educational opportunities available to children in the fishermen's neighbourhoods of the Indonesian archipelago. The study investigates what schooling practices, curriculum, and educational opportunities are thought important for the education of children in fishermen's neighbourhoods…
Descriptors: Educational Practices, Curriculum, Educational Opportunities, Agricultural Occupations
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