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International Perspectives on Knowledge and Curriculum
Epistemic Quality across School Subjectsav Professor Brian Hudson, Professor Niklas Gericke, Professor Christina Olin-Scheller, Professor Martin Stolare979Ännu ej utkommen – klicka "Bevaka" för att få ett mejl så fort boken boken går att köpa.Drawing on the idea of powerful knowledge, this book interrogates the epistemic quality of education in schools, in terms of what students are expected to know, make sense of and be able to do through the curriculum. In doing so the authors acknowledge the significance of transformation processes through which specialized knowledge, developed in subject disciplines, is reshaped and re-presented in educational environments. Moving beyond the narrow knowledge vs skills debate of the 20th century, the authors look at how we might democratise and open up access to 'knowledge of the powerful' for all through the school curriculum. Arising from the work of the Knowledge and Quality across School Subjects and Teacher Education network (KOSS), funded by the Swedish Research Council (2019-22), this book draws on studies conducted in a range of national contexts, including from Australia, Finland, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden and the UK, and considers the implications for curriculum innovation at policy, programmatic and classroom level.
Brian Hudson is Guest Professor in the Department of Educational Studies at Karlstad University, Sweden, and Emeritus Professor of Education at the University of Sussex, UK. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, Honorary Member of EERA Network 27 Didactics - Learning and Teaching, and was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship in 2004. Niklas Gericke is Professor in Science Education at Karlstad University, Sweden, where he is Director of the Science, Mathematics and Engineering Education Research (SMEER) Research Centre. He is also Guest Professor at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway. Christina Olin-Scheller is Professor in Educational Work at Karlstad University, Sweden, where she is Director of Centre of Language and Literature in Education (CSL) Research Centre and Co-Director of the Research on Subject-Specific Education (ROSE) Research Group. She coordinates the Swedish National Literacy Network and participates in the Nordic QUINT (Quality in Nordic Teaching) Research Centre. Martin Stolare is Professor in History at Karlstad University, Sweden, where he is Co-Director of the Research on Subject-Specific Education (ROSE) Research Group and Senior Researcher at Centre for Social Science Education (CSD).
List of Illustrations List of Contributors Preface Foreword Acknowledgements Foreword, David Lambert (University College London, UK) 1. Researching Powerful Knowledge and Epistemic Quality across School Subjects, Niklas Gericke, Brian Hudson, Christina Olin-Scheller and Martin Stolare (Karlstad University, Sweden) 2. Evaluating Epistemic Quality in Primary School Mathematics in Scotland, Brian Hudson (Karlstad University, Sweden, and University of Sussex, UK) 3. Epistemic Quality of Physical Education in a High School in France, Monique Loquet (Rennes 2 University, France), Brian Hudson (Karlstad University, Sweden, and University of Sussex, UK) and Anke Wegner (University of Trier, Germany) 4. Epistemic Quality of Language Learning in a Primary Classroom in Germany, Anke Wegner (University of Trier, Germany), Brian Hudson (Karlstad University, Sweden, and University of Sussex, UK) and Monique Loquet (Rennes 2 University, France) 5. Powerful Knowledge of Language and Migration in Norwegian and Swedish Textbooks, Birgitta Ljung Egeland (Karlstad University, Sweden) and Lise Iversen Kulbrandstad (Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway) 6. Powerful Reading and Epistemic Quality in First Language and Literature Education, Satu Grunthal, Pirjo Hiidenmaa and Liisa Tainio (University of Helsinki, Finland) 7. Teaching Practices in Transformation in Connected Social Science Swedish Classrooms, Marie Nilsberth, Christina Olin-Scheller and Martin Kristiansson (Karlstad University, Sweden) 8. Epistemic Quality in the Intended Mathematics Curriculum and Implications for Policy, Jennie Golding (UCL Institute of Education, University College London, UK) 9. A Material-Dialogic Perspective on Powerful Knowledge and Matter within a Science Classroom, Mark Hardman (UCL Institute of Education, University College London, UK), John-Paul Riordan (University of Canterbury, UK) and Lindsay Hetherington (University of Exeter, UK) 10. Investigating the Nature of Powerful Knowledge and Epistemic Quality in Education for Sustainable Development, Per Sund (Stockholm University, Sweden) and Niklas Gericke (Karlstad University, Sweden) 11. Trajectories of Epistemic Quality and Powerful Knowledge across School Subjects, Niklas Gericke, Brian Hudson, Christina Olin-Scheller and Martin Stolare (Karlstad University, Sweden) References Index