Report on Curriculum Development Centre National Workshop: Guidelines for Curriculum Development in Australia, April, 1974
Australian Government Pub. Service for the Australian Department of Education, Jan 1, 1974 - Curriculum change - 50 pages
SUMMARY: A workshop representing an endeavour to ascertain the state of curriculum development in Australia; to clarify the roles and goals of the Curriculum Development Centre; to provide guidelines on needs and priorities for curriculum development in Australia; to move towards establishment of communication networks among parties interested in curriculum development.
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29 April Adams advisory agencies approach ASEP aspects of curriculum Australian Department broad Canberra CDC's centralised Centre's classroom clearing-house activities clearing-house function co-operation Concern conference considered critical curricula offerings curriculum centres Curriculum Development Centre curriculum projects decentralised Department of Education development in Australia Developmental teams discussion emphasis England establishment external examination field development formal prescriptions fragmentation group felt implementation in-service training Independent Schools individual innovation interested in curriculum Interim Council interpretations issues linear extensions materials Northern Territory organisation plenary session position papers present primary education priorities for curriculum problems programs Proposed Functions proposed that CDC pupils Queensland question requirements role ROSLA Schools Commission Schools Council secondary education secondary level secondary school society South Wales specialist specific staff statement student participation subject area suggested task Tasmania teacher involvement teaching Tertiary Institutions textbook training function trends in curriculum Western Australia