Implementing the democratic principles and practices of student-centred curriculum integration in primary schools

@inproceedings{Brough2012ImplementingTD,
  title={Implementing the democratic principles and practices of student-centred curriculum integration in primary schools},
  author={Chris Jane Brough},
  year={2012}
}
  • Chris Jane Brough
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • Student-centred curriculum integration (CI) is a concept underpinned by democratic education. It places students at the centre of learning, involving them in classroom decisions and curriculum planning. Most research on this approach has been situated in the middle years, but this study focuses on primary schooling.  This project examined what happened when three teachers, located in three New Zealand schools, explored the democratic principles and practices inherent in student-centred… CONTINUE READING

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