Part One: Understanding CurriculumWhat is Curriculum?Schooling, Its History and PowerQuestioning How and What We Know: New Concepts to Approach EducationEducators' Philosophies: Encountering and Weaving ImagesCritically Reflective Practice: What Is It and Why Is It Needed Now?Neoliberalism, Education and CurriculumPart Two: Unpacking Curriculum ContextsThe Education System and SES: Mapping DisadvantageThe Trap of Binary Thinking: Problematising Gender and Social DisadvantagePsychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience in EducationIdentity Formation: Consumerism and Popular CultureRethinking Australia's Cultural DiversityUnderstanding the Techniques of Colonialism: Indigenous Educational JusticeTesting Times for Assessment and PedagogyPart Three: Enacting Curriculum ExperiencesLearner Diversity and School PracticesThe Virtual Schoolbag and Pedagogies of EngagementEnvironment: The Third TeacherPlanning, Programming and Embedding CurriculumStudent-centred Approaches to Planning in Primary and Secondary SchoolsGlossary
Dr Brad Gobby is a Lecturer at Curtin University in Western Australia. He has experience as a secondary school teacher and currently researches and teaches in the areas of government policy, school reform and curriculum. Dr Rebecca Walker is a Lecturer at Curtin University in Western Australia. She has had extensive teaching experience both in the metropolitan and rural areas of Western Australia and overseas. Her current research focuses on assessment and feedback; digital technologies and learning; and trauma-informed and restorative practices.