Managing The Curriculum

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Overview

Keeping the focus clearly on learning and teaching, the authors explore the practical issues for managers at the institutional level, within the context of their need to understand and analyze key educational values and principles.

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'Each chapter in the book is firmly rooted in research and is well referenced as one would expect of such a book. It will be of particular use to people with an academic interest in this aspect of school management but will also be thought provoking for those who are involved in the development of the curriculum within their institution' - escalate
Donna Walker Tileston
"Gwen Doty has written a practical, usable, and timely book on a subject that can have tremendous impact on student achievement. Well worth the reading!"
Anita Perry
"Timely and very relevant to classroom teachers and those training to be in the field."
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Meet the Author

Neil Burton is Partnership Manager and Associate Tutor of education masters courses with the University of Leicester, having worked in teacher education for several universities for the past 20 years. He is a member of the editorial board of Education 3-13 and is a recent past Chair of the Association for the Study of Primary Education. In addition to working with several school-based initial teacher training providers, he also teaches children (6-18 years-old) in schools on a regular basis for the joy of it.

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Table of Contents

PART ONE: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF THE CURRICULUM
Framing Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century - Jacky Lumby
Models of Curriculum Organization - Neil Burton and David Middlewood, with Roy Blatchford
The Management Consequences of Different Models of Teaching and Learning - Peter Silcock and Mark Brundrett
PART TWO: OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT OF THE CURRICULUM
Managing the Planning of Learning and Teaching - Neil Burton
Managing Monitoring of the Curriculum - Brian Hardie
Curriculum Evaluation - Margaret Preedy
Measuring What We Value
PART THREE: ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IN CURRICULUM MANAGEMENT
Leadership of the Curriculum - David Middlewood
Setting the Vision
The Subject Leader - Christine Wise and Hugh Busher
Cross-Curriculum Co-Ordination - Les Bell
Meeting Individual Needs within an Inclusive Curriculum - Daniela Sommefeldt
FART FOUR: RESOURCING THE CURRICULUM
Managing the Learning Environment - Ann R J Briggs
Managing Curriculum Support Staff for Effective Learning - David Middlewood and Richard Parker
The Managment Resources for Learning - Ann R J Briggs and Neil Burton

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