What does the review of the Australian Curriculum mean for senior modern history
Zajda, Joseph and Henderson, Deborah. (2015). What does the review of the Australian Curriculum mean for senior modern history. Curriculum Perspectives (Journal Edition). 35(1), pp. 64 - 68.
|Authors||Zajda, Joseph and Henderson, Deborah|
In this paper we briefly explore some of recommendations of the Review of the Australian Curriculum Final Report (Australian Government, 2014a), henceforth referred to as the Review, with reference to Modern History in the senior secondary Australian Curriculum. We also refer to the invited papers provided by history subject matter specialists, Professor Gregory Melleuish and Mr Clive Logan, published as the Review’s Supplementary Material (Australian Government, 2014b). In doing so, we note that both documents devote most of their attention to critiquing the Australian Curriculum: History in the compulsory years from Foundation (F) to Year 10.
|Journal||Curriculum Perspectives (Journal Edition)|
|Journal citation||35 (1), pp. 64 - 68|
|Page range||64 - 68|
|Research Group||School of Education|
File Access Level
1views this month
0downloads this month