The Social Educator
Subject: Social education research and practice
Publication frequency: 3 issues per year
ISSN: 1328 - 3480

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Contents: 2009 Volume 27 Number 1

Contents: 2008 Volume 26 Number 1

Contents: 2008 Volume 26 Number 2

Contents: 2008 Volume 26 Number 3

 

Contents: 2009 Volume 27

May 2009 - Volume 27 Number 1

Editorial Robbie Johnston
President’s Report Ruth Reynolds
National Curriculum Framing paper on the History Curriculum: SEAA response Ruth Reynolds
Scholarly/research articles  
* Researcher/Teacher collaboration: A symbiotic relationship Margot Ford & Iolanthe Sutton
Practitioner exchange  
History in a digital world Peter Hoban & Marion Littlejohn
* Preservice teaching and values education: Achieving authenticity Suzanne MacQueen
Book Review  
Websearch Joy Schultz
SEAA Profile: Margaret Calder Linda Zibell
State reports  
Please note that * denotes a peer reviewed article accepted from The Social Educator’s refereeing process.  

 

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Contents: 2008 Volume 26

May 2008 - Volume 26 Number 1

President’s report Libby Tudball
STOP PRESS: News from Libby Tudball, President, SEAA Libby Tudball
Editorial: Guest editor Ruth Reynolds
2008 SEAA Biennial Conference  
The essential conference Ruth Reynolds
Keynote address Sharon Grierson MP
Professor Terry Lovat
Conference address Pat Beeson
Articles  
* Teaching Australian history: A temporally inclusive approach Catherine Harris-Hart & Debra Bateman
* Talking humanities: Questions and cooperative learning John A. Whitehouse
The Parliamentary Club Australia Don Perna
Websearch Joy Schultz
Unit writing competition report, 2007 Kristine Kershaw
Book reviews  
State reports  
Please note that * denotes a refereed article  

 

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Contents: 2008 Volume 26

August 2008 - Volume 26 Number 2

Editorial  
President’s report Libby Tudball
Articles  
An analysis of elementary teachers’ understanding of citizenship and environmental issues: A perspective from Indonesia* Udan Kusmawan & Ruth Reynolds
The classroom teacher: Making a difference through values education* Dana Anders, Karen Moni & Christina Gitsaki
The essential conference Ruth Reynolds
Gender and Australian secondary history textbooks* Anita Selzer
Storyline: A new ‘Oregon Trail’?* Thomas Neilsen
Websearch Joy Schultz
Vale: Norman Baker Vale: Norman Baker
State reports  
Erratum Ruth Reynolds
Please note that * denotes a refereed article  

 

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Contents: 2008 Volume 26

August 2008 - Volume 26 Number 3

Editorial  
President’s report Ruth Reynolds
Articles  
*Civics and citizenship education in Aotearoa New Zealand: Multidimensional challenges Veronica M H Tawhai
*The values of citizenship in a cooperative classroom: Early career teachers’ perspectives Kate Ferguson-Patrick
*I think not a historical house: The ‘fieldwork gaze’ and multidimensional citizenship Robbie Johnston
Theme: Cultural Institutions and SOSE  
*Learning the social in museums Liz Suda & Jan Molloy
Websearch Joy Schultz
Book review  
SEAA Profile: Joy Schultz Linda Zibell
State reports  
Please note that * denotes a refereed article  

 

 

 

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