Originally published in 1993. Integrating cross-curricular themes into the curriculum has emerged as a major challenge for all schools. This book gives advice on how to deal with Citizenship in schools in terms of whole-school development planning, monitoring and evaluation. Placing it in the context of other cross-curricular themes and of core and foundation subjects in the National Curriculum, this book is for headteachers, other teachers involved in curriculum coordination, school inspectors, initial teacher trainers and lNSET providers.
Introduction Janet Edwards and Ken Fogelman 2. Creating a Climate for Citizenship Education in Schools Max Burkimsher 3. Cross-Curricularity Sue Harrison and George Knights 4. Citizenship and the other Cross-Curricular Themes - Economic and Industrial Understanding Janice Felce, Health Education Terry Brown and Janet Edwards, Careers Education and Guidance Graham Robb, Environmental Education Steve Goodall 5. Citizenship and Core and Foundation Subjects - Mathematics Rose Griffiths, Science Jenny Harrison, English Ros McCulloch, History David Kerr, Geography Patrick Bailey, Design and Technology Tina Jarvis, Languages Richard Aplin, Art Martin Wenham, Physical Education Angela Wortley, Music Linda Hargreaves, Religious Education Mark Lofthouse 6. Other Contributions to Education for Citizenship - European Awareness Max Buczynski, Political Education Frank Conley, Personal Financial Management Ian Duffell, Community Education Chris Jones, Drama Neil Kitson, Social Sciences Tony Lawson, Community Service and Volunteering John Potter, International Citizenship Patricia Rogers, Law-related Education Don Rowe, Communication and Media Studies Adrian Stokes, Records of Achievement Gordon Vincent
Reissuing works originally published between 1971 and 1994, this collection includes books which offer a broad spectrum of views on curriculum, both within individual schools and the wider issues around curriculum development, reform and implementation. Some cover the debate surrounding the establishment of the national curriculum in the UK while others are a more international in scope. Many of these books go beyond theory to discuss practical issues of real curriculum changes at primary or secondary level. The Set includes books on cross-curricular topics such as citizenship and environment, and also guidance, careers, life skills and pastoral care in schools. A fantastic collection of education history with much still relevant today.