Curriculum Leadership

Various authors, Curriculum Leadership, Aug 19, 2005
Commentary by Stephen Downes

The August 19 issue of Curriculum Leadership is online (here is another prime candidate for an RSS feed). One entry that caught my eye was 'Critical, analytical and reflective literacy assessment: reconstructing practice' by Heather Fehring, however, the link to the Australian Journal of Language and Literacy (AJLL) where the article should be takes me to a page that hasn't been updated since 2002. Another, to 'A Foucauldian analysis of a recent Victorian postcompulsory education policy initiative', by Annelies Kamp, also looked interesting, but while the website, Youth Studies Australia, is more current, a subscription barrier prevents a reading of the article. A link to the Phi Delta Kappan was more fruitful, but should have pointed to the specific article (Starting Confused: How Leaders Start When They Don't Know Where to Start, which was a good look at a common phenomenon), rather that to the main page (which will be out of date in a month). Another article from the same site, however, 'It's Time to Rethink Teacher Supervision and Evaluation', was not available. I really like Curriculum Leadership and I subscribe to the weekly email, but the number of broken links seriously undermines its value. Sadly, this is par for the course in our field.
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