Half Title Page.
SAGE 50 Year.
List of Figures.
List of Tables.
Notes on the Editors and Contributors.
The Epistemology and Methodology of Curriculum.
2: Conceptions of Curriculum.
3: History of the Curriculum.
4: Aims of Education in a Democracy.
5: Knowledge and the Curriculum: A Pragmatist Approach.
6: Knowledge and the Curriculum in the Sociology of Knowledge.
8: Educational Neuroscience and Learning.
9: Rethinking Child-Centred Education.
10: Practitioner Research: Understanding Teaching Through Inquiry.
Curriculum and Pedagogy.
11: Culture and Pedagogy(ies): (What) Have We Learned From and Since Alexander 2001.
12: The Teacher and the Curriculum: Exploring Teacher Agency.
13: Inclusion in Public Schools: Learning to Think and Learning to Live Together.
14: Subordinate Subjects: The Work of the Hidden Curriculum in Post-Colonial Ghana.
15: Ethnicity and the Curriculum.
16: Gender and the Curriculum.
17: Children’s Rights and Student Voice: Their Intersections and the Implications for Curriculum and Pedagogy.
18: Alongside Virtual Youth Using the Internet: Creating and Researching Learning Interactions.
19: Curriculum and Teacher Development.
20: Curriculum and Pedagogy: The Future of Teacher Professional Learning and the Development of Adaptive Expertise.
21: Pedagogy and Curriculum – Teachers as Learners.
22: Visual Art.
23: The Performing Arts in Learning, Curriculum and Culture.
24: The ‘Value’ of Computers and Computing: Toward a New Axiology of Educational Technology.
26: History Curriculum: A Transatlantic Analysis.
27: World Languages Curriculum.
28: Physical Education.
29: Religious Education.
30: Science Education and Economic Growth: Some Implications for Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment.
31: Assessing Pre-College Engineering Education Curricula: A Holistic and Practice-Oriented Perspective.
32: Environmental and Sustainability Education: A Fragile History of the Present.