session provided by 03. Curriculum Innovation
Can Educational Knowledge Be Powerful? Part 1
03 SES 04 A
Symposium to be continued in 03 SES 06 A
- Can Educational Knowledge be Powerful? Addressing the Challenges in the Sociology of Educational Knowledge and Curriculum Theory (Part 1)
Jim Hordern Yael Shalem Stephanie Allais Leesa Wheelahan . . Michael Young Brian Barrett
- Educational Inequality in South Africa: An Examination of the Interface between Educational and Economic Research
Yael Shalem Stephanie Allais
- A Wolf in Wolf’s Clothing - How Micro-Credentials undermine Students’ Access to Powerful Knowledge
Leesa Wheelahan Gavin Moodie
- Rethinking the Foundations: Disciplinary Knowledge in Teacher Education in the USA and England
Jim Hordern Brian Barrett
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