Teachers and the National Curriculum
This text seeks to understand the connection between teachers and the National Curriculum in terms of a relationship in which the dynamics operate in both directions. It asks if teachers shape the National Curriculum or if, in fact, it controls and restrict the teachers?
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The Response to Educational
Creative Teaching in the Primary National Curriculum
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Acker activities areas argued Association Attainment Targets autonomy Bob Jeffrey Broadfoot careers education careers teachers Cassell central chapter child-centred classroom concern creative teachers Croll cross-curricular themes Dearing Report deskilled education and guidance Education Reform Act educational policy Educational Supplement emphasized England and Wales English primary schools example experience Falmer Press framework geography Goodson Hargreaves headteacher Helsby Hillview HMSO implementation important Initiative INSET integrated involved Journal Kenneth Baker Key Stage knowledge learning London maths teachers mediation ment NACGT National Curricu National Curriculum OFSTED Open University Osborn particular pedagogy Peter Knight political Pollard practice primary teachers professional development professional judgement pupils response role SATs school curriculum Science Education science teachers scientific investigation secondary schools skills social Sociology of Education status suggested teacher professionalism technology teachers tradition TVEI values