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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 330000 Education -> 330200 Curriculum Studies :

330201 Curriculum Studies - English Education (59)
330202 Curriculum Studies - Mathematics Education (102)
330203 Curriculum Studies - Science Education (37)
330204 Curriculum Studies - Economics, Commerce, Management and Services Education (9)
330205 Curriculum Studies - Other Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts Education (30)
330206 Curriculum Theory and Development (58)
330299 Curriculum Studies not elsewhere classified (83)

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(2008). Bachelor of Science Review: Key Questions. 118 64
Freebody, P. R. (2005) Background rationale and specifications: Queensland Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Framework Queensland: Qld Govt 214  
Ussher, B. and Macdonald, D. (1999). Competing discourses and assessment in the New Zealand health and physical education curriculum. In: Global Issues and Local Effects: The Challenge for Educational Research. AARE-NZARE Conference 1999 on Research in Education, Melbourne, (251). 27 Nov-2 Dec, 1999. 52  
Luke, A. (2000) Critical literacy in Australia: A matter of context and standpoint. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 43 5: 448-461. 1241   79
Dole, Shelley and Beswick, Kim (2001). Developing ten facts with prep grade students: A teaching experiment. In: Janette Bobis, Bob Perry and Michael Mitchelmore, Numeracy and Beyond: The twenty-fourth annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. The twenty-fourth annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, The University of Sydney, (186-193). 30 Jun - 4 Jul 2001. 208 44
Yamanashi, J. E. (2005). Inclusion in the classroom. In: F. Bryer, Making meaning : creating connections that value diversity : 30th Annual Conference of the Australian Association of Special Education. 29th Annual Conference of the Australian Association of Special Education (AASE 2005), Brisbane, Australia, (160-167). 23-25 September 2005. 85  
Luke, A. and Elkins, J. (2000) JAAL--the sequel. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 44 1: 4-5. 43   1
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy (2000) Volume 43 Issue 5-8 35  
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy (2000) Volume 44 Issue 1-4 54  
(2008). Position papers submitted by Schools. 79 200
(2008). Position papers submitted by Schools. 89 157
(2008). Review Submission. 343 3291
Mattick, Louise E. and McManus, Mick E. (2004). Science Teaching and Research: Which way forward for Australian universities? An international conference held at The University of Queensland, Australia, 18-19 November, 2004 - Final Report. 110 653
Luke, A. and Elkins, J. (2000) Special themed issue: Re/mediating adolescent literacies. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 43 5: 396-398. 160   16
Kirk, D. and Macdonald, D. (1999). Teacher ownership and the possibility of partnerships in curriculum change. In: British Educational Research Association Annual Conference: Book of Abstracts. , Univ. of Sussex, Brighton, UK, (61). 2-5 Sept, 1999. 44  
Macdonald, D. (1999). Teacher voice and ownership of curriculum change. In: Global Issues and Local Effects: The Challenge for Educational Research. AARE-NZARE Conference 1999 on Research in Education, Melbourne, (156). 27 Nov-2 Dec, 1999. 132  
Chanson, Hubert and James, D. Patrick (1998) Teaching Case Studies in Reservoir Siltation and Catchment Erosion. International Journal of Engineering Education, 14 4: 265-275. 623 3145 3
Chanson, Hubert (2001) Teaching Hydraulic Design in an Australian Undergraduate Civil Engineering Curriculum. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 127 12: 1002-1008. doi:10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9429(2001)127:12(1002) 954 4099 5 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Macdonald, D. and Kirk, D. (1999). The body, Christian identity and the pedagogy of HPE. In: G. Saxe, On the Threshold of the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, (100). 19-23 Apr, 1999. 46  
Chanson, Hubert (2003). The Importance of Field Works in the Undergraduate Teaching of Hydraulic Engineering. In: J. Ganoulis, P. Prinos, I. Nezu and N. Kotsovinos, Abstracts for 30th IAHR Biennial Congress. 30th IAHR Biennial Congress, Thessaloniki, Greece, (193-200). 24-29 August, 2003. 622 383
Kirk, D., Macdonald, D., Penney, D. and Braiuka, S. (1999). The reproductive patterning of the physical activity field at the school/university interface. In: G. Saxe, On the Threshold of the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, (116). 19-23 Apr, 1999. 37  
Shipstone, Graham J. (1978). The school curriculum: A study of the influence of a social science course on the political and social attitudes of secondary school students in South East Queensland M.A. Thesis, School of Political Science and International Studies, The University of Queensland. 94 953