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The first thirty-five years: a catalogue of the Journal of Curriculum Studies, 1968-2006
Compiled and edited by Stephanie Faubert and Geoffrey Milburn
JOURNAL OF CURRICULUM STUDIES: VOLUME 1: 1968-1969

JCS, 1 (1), November 1968


Editorial (1968), 1 (1), 3-4.

Articles

MUSGROVE, F. (1968) Curriculum objectives, 1 (1), 5-18.

OWEN, J. G. (1968) Strategies of curriculum innovation, 1 (1), 19-25.

STENHOUSE, L. (1968) The Humanities Curriculum Project, 1 (1), 26-33.

GOODLAD, J. (1968) Curriculum: a Janus look, 1 (1), 34-46.

SUGARMAN, B. (1968) Moral education and the social structure of the school, 1 (1), 47-67.

BRITTON, J. and NEWSOME, B. (1968) What is learnt in English lessons?, 1 (1), 68-78.
Article-Review

EGGLESTON, J. F. (1968) Bloom’s cognitive domain re-visited. Review of B. S. Bloom (ed.), The Taxonomy of Educational Objectives: The Classification of Educational Goals: Handbook I: Cognitive Domain (New York: McKay, 1956), 1 (1), 79-84.


Reviews

BLYTH, W. A. L. (1968) Children and their primary schools. Review of A Report the Central Advisory Council for Education, 2 Vols [Plowden Report] (London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1967), 1 (1), 85-87.

SPOLTON, L. (1968) Two Schools Council papers. Review of Schools Council, The Educational Implications of Social and Economic Change, Working Paper No. 12 (London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1967) and Schools Council, The New Curriculum (London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1967), 1 (1), 88-90.

HOLMES, B. (1968) Review of D. K. Wheeler, Curriculum Process (London: University of London Press, 1967), 1 (1), 90-94.

FRAZER, H. (1968) Review of L. Spolton, The Upper Secondary School: A Comparative Survey (Oxford: Pergamon, 1967), 1 (1), 94.
JCS, 1 (2), May 1969
Editorial (1969), 1 (2), 100.

Articles

LEVY, P. (1969) New research for new curricula, 1 (2), 101-108.

SMITH, L. A. (1969) A curriculum laboratory, 1 (2), 109-114.

JOHNSON, M. (1969) The translation of curriculum into instruction, 1 (2), 115-131.

HOYLE, E. (1969) How does the curriculum change?: I. A proposal for inquiries, 1 (2), 132-141. [See 1 (3), 230-239.]

HIRST, P. H. (1969) The logic of the curriculum, 1 (2), 142-158.

LAMM, Z. (1969) Teaching and curriculum planning, 1 (2), 159-171.
Reviews

HOLLINS, T. H. B. (1969) Review of J. F. Kerr (ed.), Changing the Curriculum (London: University of London Press, 1968), 1 (2), 172-173.

WOODS, R. G. (1969) Review of J. Wilson, N. Williams and B. Sugarman, Introduction to Moral Education (London: Penguin, 1967), 1 (2), 173-175.

CHARLTON, K. (1969) Review of W. A. C. Stewart and W. P. McCann, The Educational Innovators, Vol. 1, 1750-1880 (London: Macmillan, 1967), 1 (2), 175-177.

BURNS, C. (1969) Review of F. G. Healey, Foreign Language Teaching in the Universities (Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press, 1967), 1 (2), 177-179.

WHEELER, K. S. (1969) Review of J. E. Archer and T. H. Dalton, Fieldwork in Geography (London: Batsford, 1968), 1 (2), 180-181.

MATHER, D. R. (1969) Review of B. Kaye and I. Rogers, Group Work in Secondary Schools and the Training of Teachers in its Methods (London: Oxford University Press, 1968), 1 (2), 182-184.

FLOYD, P. J. (1969) Review of Glasgow Mathematics Teachers, Mathematics for Schools: A Modern Approach (Slough, UK: Foulsham, 1967), 1 (2), 184-186.

GOLDMAN, R. (1969) Review of P. R. May and O. R. Johnson, Religion in Our Schools (London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1968), 1 (2), 188-190.
JCS, 1 (3), November 1969
Editorial (1969) 1(3), 195.

Articles

FORREST, E. (1969) What kind of art in secondary education?, 1 (3), 197-207.

HULL, J. M. (1969) Worship and the curriculum, 1 (3), 208-218.

OWEN, J. (1969) Curriculum innovation in the U.S.S.R., 1 (3), 219-229.

HOYLE, E. (1969) How does the curriculum change?: 2. Systems and Strategies, 1 (3), 230-239. [See 1 (2), 132-141.]

WILKINSON, A. (1969) The quality of language experiences in younger children, 1 (3), 240-246.

BANKS, L. J. (1969) Curriculum developments in Britain, 1963-8, 1 (3), 247-259.


ADAMS, R. S. (1969) Curriculum development and research—a question of fit, 1 (3), 260-268.

WAIMON, M. D. (1969) Judging the effectiveness of teaching, 1 (3), 269-277.


Reviews

BRIDGES, F. F. (1969) Review of M. Brown and N. Precious, The Integrated Day in the Primary School (London: Ward Lock, 1968), 1 (3), 278-279.

BANTOCK, G. H. (1969) Review of R. S. Peters (ed.), Perspectives on Plowden (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul), 1 (3), 279.

EGGLESTON F. J. (1969) Review of D. Pidgeon and A. Yates, An Introduction to Educational Measurement (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1968), 1 (3), 280.

SEABORNE, M. (1969) Review of R. M. Beard, Research into Teaching Methods in Higher Education (London: Society for Research into Higher Education, 1967), 1 (3), 280-281.

SPOLTON, L. (1969) Review of T. Husén and G. Boalt, Educational Research and Educational Change: The Case of Sweden (London: Wiley, 1968), 1 (3), 282.

SEABORNE, M. (1969) Review of R. Wood, History at Source: Children 1773-1890 (London: Evans, 1968), 1 (3), 282-284.

CLARKE, E. L. (1969) Review of D. Rubenstein and B. Simon, The Evolution of the Comprehensive School, 1926-1966 (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969), 1 (3), 284-286.


JOURNAL OF CURRICULUM STUDIES: VOLUME 2: 1970

JCS, 2 (1), May 1970


Editorial (1970), 2 (1), 3.

Articles

NISBET, J. (1970) Curriculum development in Scotland, 2 (1), 5-10.

GRIBBLE, J. H. (1970) Pandora’s box: the affective domain of educational objectives, 2 (1), 11-24.

FINES, J. (1970) American development projects in the social studies, 2 (1), 25-31.

MACINTOSH, H. G. (1970) A constructive role for examining boards in curriculum development, 2 (1), 32-39.

MATHER, D. R. (1970) The human element in curriculum change, 2 (1), 40-47.


Research section

BURSTALL, C. (1970) French in the primary school: some early findings, 2 (1), 48-58.

BOEHM, A., CEPPI, C. and WHITE, M. A. (1970) An exploratory technique for evaluating curricular interest, 2 (1), 59-66.

COHEN, L. (1970) Sixth-form pupils and their views of higher education, 2 (1), 67-72.

SMITHERS, A. (1970) Open-mindedness and the university curriculum, 2 (1), 73-77.
Reviews

LOOSMORE, R. G. (1970) Review of M. A. K. Halliday (ed.), Programme in Linguistics and English Teaching, 10 vols. [P. S. Doughty, The Relevance of Linguistics for the Teacher of English, R. Hasan and S. Lushington, The Subject-matter of English, D. Mackay and B. Thompson, The Initial Teaching of Reading and Writing, P. S. Doughty, Current Attitudes to Written English and Their Implications for the Teacher of English, P. S. Doughty, Linguistics and the Teaching of Literature, A. M. Philp, Attitudes to Correctness in English: A Linguistic View of Language in Use, R. Hasan, Grammatical Cohesion in Spoken and Written English, Part One, E. Davies, Aspects of General Linguistics, K. H. Albrow, The Rhythm and Intonation of Spoken English, and E. Davies, Elements of English Clause Structure] (London: Longmans, 1968), 2 (1), 78-79.

ALLEN, G. C. (1970) Review of J. Dixon, Growth through English, A Report Based on the Dartmouth Seminar [1969], 2nd edn (London: Oxford University Press for the National Association for the Teaching of English, 1969) and D. Barnes, J. N. Britton and H. Rosen, Language, the Learner and the School (Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin, 1969), 2 (1), 80-81. [See 3 (2), 191.]

DAVIS, A. J. (1970) Review of M. E. Bryant (ed.), World Outlook 1900-1965, a study series (Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin, 1969), 2 (1), 81-82.

KELLY, P. J. (1970) Review of A. B. Grobman, ‘The Changing Classroom’: The Role of the Biological Sciences Curriculum Study (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1969), 2 (1), 82-84.

TAYLOR, W. (1970) Review of H. S. Becker, B. Geer and E. C. Hughes, Making the Grade: The Academic Side of College Life (New York: Wiley, 1968) and J. Tussman, Experiment at Berkeley (New York: Oxford University Press, 1969), 2 (1), 84-85.

ALLES, J. (1970) Review of G. A. Beauchamp, Curriculum Theory, 2nd edn (Wilmette, IL: Kagg Press, 1968), 2 (1), 85-87.

EGGLESTON, J. F. (1970) Review of Scottish Education Department, Science for General Education, Curriculum Paper No. 7 (London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1969), 2 (1), 87-88.


JCS, 2 (2), November 1970
Editorial (1970), 2 (2), 99.

Articles

RICHARDS, C. (1970) Future curriculum development in primary mathematics, 2 (2), 101-107.

HAWES, H. W. R. (1970) Primary school curriculum development in Africa—hopes and facts, 2 (2), 108-117.

MYERS, D. A. (1970) The classicists, the computerists and the humanistic curriculum, 2 (2), 118-127.

OWEN, J. (1970) Changing patterns of Canadian curriculum: a comparison of three provinces, 2 (2), 128-143.

WHEELER, D. (1970) Curriculum reform in the seventies—mathematics, 2 (2), 144-151.


Research section

REID, W. A. (1970) Languages in the sixth form curriculum—liberal art or practical science?, 2 (2), 152-161.

OLIVER, R. A. C. and LEWIS, D. G. (1970) Elements in sixth form general studies, 2 (2), 162-175.
Reviews

SZRETER, R. (1970) Review of E. Fenton, Teaching the New Social Studies in Secondary Schools (New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1966), 2 (2), 176-177.

THOMPSON, G. A. (1970) Review of R. N. Morris, The Sixth Form and College Entrance (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969), 2 (2), 177-178.

WHITFIELD, R. C. (1970) Review of M. Alpren (ed.), The Subject Curriculum: Grades K-12 (Columbus, OH: Merrill, 1967), 2 (2), 178-179.

HOLLY, D. (1970) Review of P. Worrall, R. Mitson, E. B. Dorrance, R. J. Williams and J. W. N. Frame, Teaching from Strength: An Introduction to Team Teaching (London: Hamish Hamilton, 1970), 2 (2), 179-180.

THOMPSON, G. A. (1970) Review of R. King, Values and Involvement in a Grammar School (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969), 2 (2), 180-181.

DIACK, H. (1970) Review of G. R. Roberts, Reading in Primary Schools (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969), 2 (2), 182.

ELTON, L. R. B. (1970) Review of J. F. Eggleston and J. F. Kerr, Studies in Assessment (London: English Universities Press, 1970), 2 (2), 182-183.

TOOKE, J. (1970) Review of J. A. Lauwerys (ed.), Essays in Comparative Education, Vol. 1: Ideals and Ideologies (London: Evans, 1968), 2 (2), 183-184.

TOOKE, J. (1970) Review of G. Hacker, J. Learmouth and R. Robinson, Conflict I (London: Nelson, 1969), 2 (2), 184.

GARNETT, E. (1970) Review of M. Marland, Towards the New Fifth: English and the Humanities for the Young School Leaver (London: Longmans, 1969), 2 (2), 184-186.

GREGORY, I. (1970) Review of C. Macy (ed.), Let’s Teach Them Right: Perspectives on Religious and Moral Education (London: Pemberton, 1969), 2 (2), 186-189.


JOURNAL OF CURRICULUM STUDIES: VOLUME 3: 1971

JCS, 3 (1), May 1971


Editorial (1971), 3 (1), 3.

Articles

HIRST, P. H. (1971) What is teaching?, 3 (1), 5-18.

MUSGROVE, F. (1971) The future of the teaching profession, 3 (1), 19-26.

BARNES, D. (1971) Language and learning in the classroom, 3 (1), 27-38.

COLLIER, K. G. (1971) Methods of teaching student teachers, 3 (1), 39-49.

CASTON, G. (1971) The Schools Council in context, 3 (1), 50-64.

GUNN, A. M. (1971) Geography in an urban age, 3 (1), 65-76.
Reviews

WALKER, R. (1971) Review of R. Goldhammer, Clinical Supervision: Special Methods for the Supervision of Teachers (New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1969), 3 (1), 77-78.

RAGGATT, P. (1971) Review of H. Chauncey (ed.), Soviet Preschool Education, Vol. I: Programme of Instruction (London: Holt Rinehart & Winston, 1969), 3 (1), 78-80.

WHEELER, K. S. (1971) Review of D. G. Watts, Environmental Studies (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969), 3 (1), 80-82.

HEAD, J. (1971) Review of L. Hudson, Frames of Mind: Ability, Perception and Self-perception in the Arts and Sciences (London: Methuen, 1968) and E. de Bono, Lateral Thinking: A Textbook of Creativity (London: Ward Lock, 1970), 3 (1), 83-84.

HOLLY, D. (1971) Review of E. Mason, Collaborative Learning (London: Ward Lock, 1970), 3 (1), 85-86.

COLLIER, K. G. (1971) Review of J. J. Schwab, College Curriculum and Student Protest (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1969), 3 (1), 87-89.

SILVER, H. (1971) Review of E. B. Castle, The Teacher (London: Oxford University Press, 1970) and W. A. Dodd (ed.), The Teacher at Work (London: Oxford University Press, 1970), 3 (1), 89-90.

HOLMES, B. (1971) Review of Paedagogica Europaea 1969: The European Yearbook of Educational Research, Vol. V, 3 (1), 91-92.

MILLINGTON, T. A. (1971) Review of E. M. Williams and H. Shuard, Primary Mathematics Today (London: Longman, 1970), 3 (1), 92-94.


JCS, 3 (2), November 1971
Articles

WHITE, J. P. (1971) The concept of curriculum evaluation, 3 (2), 101-112.

WOLF, R. (1971) The quiet revolution, 3 (2), 113-118.

KELLY, P. J. (1971) A reappraisal of examinations, 3 (2), 119-127.

HARLEN, W. (1971) Some practical points in favour of curriculum evaluation, 3 (2), 128-134.

THELEN, H. A. (1971) From individual behaviour to classroom activity—an inquiry into art education, 3 (2), 135-157.

SMITH, M. P. (1971) Curriculum change at the local level, 3 (2), 158-162.

MARSDEN, W. E. (1971) Environmental studies courses in colleges of education, 3 (2), 163-178.


Reviews

FENSHAM, P. J. (1971) The time factor in curriculum development. Review of Nuffield Advanced Biological Science (Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin, 1970), Nuffield Advanced Chemistry (Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin, 1971), Nuffield Combined Science (London, UK: Longmans/Penguin, 1970) and Changes in School Science Teaching, Schools Council Curriculum Bulletin 3 (Evans/Methuen Educational, 1970), 3 (2), 179-183.

EGGLESTON, J. F. (1971) Action research in examinations. Review of W. G. A. Rudd, A Group Study Approach to Research and Development, C.S.E. [Certificate of Secondary Education] Schools Council Examinations Bulletin 20 (Evans/Methuen, 1970), 3 (2), 184-186.

WALKER, R. (1971) Review of A. Jones, School Counselling, Schools Council Working Paper No. 32 (London: Ward Lock, 1970) and E. C. H. Venables, Teachers and Youth Workers: A Study of their Roles, Schools Council Research Project (Evans/Methuen, 1971), 3 (2), 186-188.

LAWTON, D. (1971) Review of W. M. Lifton (ed.), Educating for Tomorrow: The Role of Media, Career Development, and Society (New York: Wiley), 3 (2), 188-189.

WALKER, R. (1971) Review of A. M. Kroll, L. B. Dinklage, J. Lee, E. D. Morley and E. H. Wilson, Career Development: Growth and Crisis (New York: Wiley, 1970), 3 (2), 189-190.


For the practitioner

KELLY, V. P. (1971) Review of D. Barnes, J. Britton, H. Rosen and the L.A.T.E. [London Association for the Teaching of English], Language, the Learner and the School, revised edn (Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin, 1971), 3 (2), 191. [See 2 (1), 80-81.]

KELLY, V. P. (1971) Review of C. Hannam, P. Smyth and N. Stephenson, Young Teachers and Reluctant Learners: An Account of the Hillview Project, an Experiment in Teacher Education, and a Discussion of its Educational Implications (Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin, 1971), 3 (2), 191-192.

KELLY, P. J. (1971) Review of H. T. Epstein, A Strategy for Education (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1970), 3 (2), 192.


JOURNAL OF CURRICULUM STUDIES: VOLUME 4: 1972

JCS, 4 (1), May 1972


Articles

RICHARDS, C. M. (1972) Trends in the curriculum of the primary school, 4 (1), 3-10.

HECHT, M. (1972) A linguist’s view of language degree courses, 4 (1), 11-20.

OWEN, J. G. (1972) Which future shall we choose?: Music in our changing schools, 4 (1), 21-28.

OXTOBY, R. (1972) Complementary studies and undergraduate degree courses in applied science and technology: an evaluation of developments in the polytechnics, 4 (1), 29-41.

HOGBEN, D. (1972) The behavioural objectives approach: some problems and some dangers, 4 (1), 42-50.


Case studies

SHAW, K. E. (1972) Curriculum decision-making in a College of Education, 4 (1), 51-59.

CLAYDON, L. and LOVEGROVE, M. N. (1972) Course construction and student participation, 4 (1), 60-70.
Research section

CHEVERST, W. J. (1972) The role of the metaphor in educational thought: an essay in content analysis, 4 (1), 71-82.



Reviews

The meaning of education

WOODS, R. G. (1972) Review of P. H. Hirst and R. S. Peters, The Logic of Education (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1970), 4 (1), 83-84.

RYDER, J. (1972) Review of D. Holly, Society, Schools and Humanity: The Changing World of Secondary Education (London: MacGibbon and Kee, 1971), 4 (1), 84-86.

WALKER, R. (1972) Review of F. Musgrove, Patterns of Power and Authority in English Education (London: Methuen, 1971), 4 (1), 86-87.


In the classroom

MOWL, B. (1972) Review of D. Warwick, Team Teaching (London: University of London Press, 1971), 4 (1), 87-88.

NICODEMUS, R. B. (1972) Review of J. W. Bainbridge, R. W. Stockdale and E. R. Wastnedge, Junior Science Source Book (London: Collins, 1970), 4 (1), 88-89.
Recent research

WHITFIELD, R. (1972) [Brief comments on articles in other educational journals written by H. Sockett; H. E. Flynn and R. G. Munro; R. C. Whitfield and J. F. Kerr; W. W. Welch and H. J. Walberg; R. J. Light and P. V. Smith; R. C. Whitfield; P. H. Taylor; M. Oakeshott; L. R. Aiken; R. Bishop; R. L. Ebel; and G. S. Gopal Rao, D. M. Penfold and A. P. Penfold] 4 (1), 89-91.


Teaching teachers

COLLIER, K. G. (1972) Review of T. Burgess (ed.), Dear Lord James: A Critique of Teacher Education (Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin 1971) and F. H. Hilliard (ed.), Teaching the Teachers: Trends in Teacher Education (London: Allen & Unwin, 1971), 4 (1), 92-94.


JCS, 4 (2), November 1972
Articles

RESNICK, L. B. (1972) Teacher behaviour in the informal classroom, 4 (2), 99-109.

WALKER, R. G. (1972) Written work and its objectives: attitudes to written English in school, 4 (2), 110-119.

STRATTA, L. (1972) English and sociology in the secondary school—some similarities and some differences, 4 (2), 120-132.


Case studies

MITCHELL, P. (1972) Social science in the secondary school curriculum—a case study, 4 (2), 133-144.

SHIPMAN, M. D. (1972) Contrasting views of a curriculum project, 4 (2), 145-153.
Research section

BOOTHROYD, K. and COHEN, L. (1972) Willard Waller revisited: some reflections on parents’ expectations of teachers, 4 (2), 154-157.

KITCHEN, J. C. (1972) Institutional goals in a college of education, 4 (2), 158-168.

NISBET, J. D. and WELSH, J. (1972) A local evaluation of primary school French, 4 (2), 169-175.


Reviews

Non-dogmatic approaches

MCPHAIL, P. (1972) Review of Schools Council, Religious Education in Secondary Schools, Schools Council Working Paper 36 (Evans/Methuen, 1971) and P. R. May, Moral Education in School (London: Methuen, 1971), 4 (2), 176-178.

STENHOUSE, L. (1972) Review of H. Entwistle, Political Education in a Democracy (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1971), 4 (2), 178-179.
Higher education

HEAD, J. (1972) Review of R. Beard, Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (London: Penguin, 1970) and G. Brosan, C. Carter, R. Layard, P. Venables and G. Williams, Patterns and Policies in Higher Education (Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin, 1971), 4 (2), 180-18.


Primary education

RICHARDS, C. (1972) Review of British Primary Schools To-day, Schools Council-Ford Foundation Anglo-American Primary School Project [J. Featherstone, An Introduction, R. Palmer, Space, Time and Grouping, A. Murton, From Home to School, H. Probert and C. Jarman, A Junior School, R. T. Smith, A Rural School, E. Biggs, Mathematics for Younger Children, A. Cook and H. Mack, The Pupil’s Day, A. Cook and H. Mack, The Teacher’s Role, A. Cook and H. Mack, The Headteacher’s Role, D. and E. Grugeon, An Infant School, J. M. Pullan, Towards Informality, M. Harris, Environmental Studies, and M. Kogan, The Government of Education] (London: Macmillan, 1971), 4 (2), 181-183.


To school or not to school?

HARRIS, D. (1972) Review of N. Postman and C. Weingartner, Teaching as a Subversive Activity (London: Penguin, 1971), J. Henry, Essays on Education (London: Penguin, 1971), E. Reimer, School is Dead: An Essay of Alternatives in Education (London: Penguin, 1971) and P. Goodman, Compulsory Mis-education (London: Penguin, 1971), 4 (2), 184-185.


Techniques for teaching

EGGLESTON, J. F. (1972) Review of B. S. Bloom, J. T. Hastings and G. F. Madaus, Handbook on Formative and Summative Evaluation of Student Learning (New York: McGraw Hill, 1971), 4 (2), 185-187.

BROWN, M. (1972) Review of W. Servais and T. Varga (eds), Teaching School Mathematics, a UNESCO Source Book (London: Penguin, 1971), 4 (2), 187-188.

DOWDESWELL, W. H. (1972) Review of M. Nickson, Educational Technology: A Systematic Approach for Teachers (London: Ward Lock, 1971), 4 (2), 188-189.


JOURNAL OF CURRICULUM STUDIES: VOLUME 5: 1973

JCS, 5 (1), May 1973


Articles

MUSGROVE, F. (1973) Power and the integrated curriculum, 5 (1), 3-12.

VICKERS, G. (1973) Educational criteria for times of change, 5 (1), 13-24.

BATTEN, J. (1973) In-service education in teacher’s centres: a suggested approach, 5 (1), 25-31.

BAKER, D. (1973) Drama and theatre in education, 5 (1), 32-46.
Case study

SHIPMAN, M. D. (1973) The impact of a curriculum project, 5 (1), 47-57.


Research section

WALKER, D. F. (1973) What curriculum research?, 5 (1), 58-72.

GREER, J. E. and BROWN, G. A. (1973) The effects of new approaches to religious education in the primary school, 5 (1), 73-78.
Reviews

Organizing the curriculum

WILKINSON, K. R. (1973) Review of R. Whitfield (ed.), Disciplines of the Curriculum (London: McGraw Hill, 1971) and Curriculum Review Group, New Zealand Post-Primary Teachers’ Association, Education in Change, A Report (Auckland, NZ: Longman, 1971), 5 (1), 79-81.

MATHER, D. R. (1973) Review of J. Walton (ed.), Curriculum Organization and Design (London: Ward Lock, 1971) and R. G. Cave, An Introduction to Curriculum Development (London: Ward Lock, 1971), 5 (1), 81-82.
People and their world

GOODSON, I. and MUGE, C. (1973) Review of Schools Council Integrated Studies Project Samples Pack [Teachers Guide Unit 1, Exploration Man (An Introduction to Integrated Studies); Teachers Guide Unit 2, Communicating with Others, and Unit 3, Living Together], Keele Integrated Studies Project (London: Oxford University Press, 1972), 5 (1), 83-84.

DUFOUR, B. (1973) Review of F. J. Hunt (ed.), Social Science and the School Curriculum: A Report on the Monash Project (Sydney, AU: Angus and Robertson, 1971) and D. Lawton, J. Campbell and V. Birkitt, Social Studies 8-13, School Council Working Paper No. 39 (London: Evans/Methuen, 1971), 5 (1), 85-86.

WHEELER, K. (1973) Review of N. J. Graves, Geography in Secondary Education (Sheffield, UK: Geographical Association, 1971) and P. H. Pemberton (ed.), Geography in Primary Schools (Sheffield, UK: Geographical Association, 1971), 5 (1), 87-89.


Language as meaning

BARNES, D. (1973) Review of P. Doughty, J. Pearce and G. Thornton, Language in Use, Schools Council Programme in Linguistics and English Teaching (London: Edward Arnold, 1971), P. Doughty, J. Pearce and G. Thornton, Exploring Language, Schools Council Programme in Linguistics and English Teaching (London: Edward Arnold, 1972) and W. Nash, Our Experience of Language (London: Batsford, 1971), 5 (1), 89-91.


In the classroom

WALKER, R. (1973) Review of E. Stones and S. Morris, Teaching Practice: Problems and Perspectives (London: Methuen, 1972), P. Gammage, Teacher and Pupil: Some Socio-psychological Aspects (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1971) and I. Westbury and A. A. Bellack (eds), Research into Classroom Processes: Recent Developments and Next Steps (New York: Teachers College Press, 1971), 5 (1), 94.


JCS, 5 (2), November 1973


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