Book (as Editor) ()
Edwards R & Usher R (eds.) (2003) Space, curriculum, and learning. International perspectives on curriculum. Greenwich, Conn: Information Age Publishing.
Contents: Putting space back on the map of learning / Richard Edwards and Robin Usher - Remembering apartheid : political discourse in school space / Jenni Karlsson - Territoriality, inter-disciplinarity, and school space / Carrie Paechter - Spatiality and teacher workplace cultures : the department as nexus / Jane McGregor - Learning, participation, and identification through school grounds development / Greg Mannion - The hidden geometry of curriculum / Brent Davis and Dennis Sumara - Undergraduate curricula as networks and trajectories / Jan Nespor - Journeys out of place : nursing students and spatiality / Peter Gray - A geography of power, identity, and difference in adult education curriculum practice / Arthur L. Wilson and Ronald M. Cervero - Picturing places in the assemblage of flexibility in further education / Julia Clarke - Diminishing spaces for learning : the supervision of research degree students in Australian universities / Pam Green - Virtual research practices and phenomenologies of the Internet / Robyn Barnacle - Geographies of resistance in critical pedagogic practices / Michael Peters - Abstracted space : the world, the Net, and the contemporary university / Robin Usher.
|Number of pages||220|
|Title of series||International perspectives on curriculum|
|Publisher||Information Age Publishing|
|Place of publication||Greenwich, Conn|