This journal brings Australian curriculum scholarship to the world and encourages an international exchange of ideas that can enhance curriculum experiences for students across the globe.
The journal publishes articles that promote innovative curriculum thinking, multiple ways of knowing and understanding, and critical and creative problem solving to develop solutions that can make a difference in the lives of students and their communities.
This is the official journal of the Australian Curriculum Studies Association.
- Publishes informed, relevant research directed at improvements in student learning
- Encourages curriculum research and scholarship that can lead to more equitable and socially just societies
- Official journal of the Australian Curriculum Studies Association
- Philip Roberts
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- Hybrid (Transformative Journal). Learn about publishing Open Access with us
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- Submission to acceptance
- 42,060 (2020)
The Australian Curriculum Studies Association Incorporated (ACSA) was established in 1983 as a broadly based educational association supporting the professional interests of educators in curriculum work from all levels and sectors within and beyond Australia.
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