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2017 BCTF Curriculum Change and Implementation Survey

References

BC Ministry of Education. (2015). Introduction to British Columbia’s redesigned curriculum (draft). Retrieved from here

BCTF. (1968). Involvement: The Key to Better Schools. Retrieved from here

BCTF. (2014). BCTF feedback on the draft provinicial curriculum. Retrieved from here

BCTF. (2016a). Curriculum implementation: Graduation years feedback summary report. BCTF. Vancouver, BC.

BCTF. (2016b). Discussion paper: Diverse perspectives of BCTF members on the redesigned BC curriculum. Retrieved from here

BCTF. (2016c). Fall zone 2016: Curriculum implementation feedback summary. BCTF. Vancouver, BC.

BCTF, BC Ministry of Education, BCSSA, & BCPVPA. (n.d.). Curriculum framework document – stage one: Joint message from Provincial Curriculum Framework Development Team. Retrieved from here

Chambers, C. (2012). A topography for Canadian curriculum theory. In S. Gibson (Ed.), Canadian curriculum studies: Trends, issues, and influences (pp. 194–207). Vancouver, BC: Pacific Educational Press.

DeRoche, C. (2013). Loose coupling and inhabited institutions: Inclusion policy and teacher strategies. Brock Education, 23(1), 77–96.

Donald, D. (2009). The curricular problem of indigenousness: Colonial frontier logics, teacher resistances, and the acknowledgment of ethical space. In J. Nahachewsky & I. Johnston (Eds.), Beyond ’presentism’: Re-imagining the historical, personal and social places of curriculum (pp. 23–41). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Ehrcke, T. (2013). 21st Century Learning Inc. Our Schools/Our Selves, Winter 2013, 61–81.

Erss, M., Kalmus, V., & Autio, T. H. (2016). ’Walking a fine line’: Teachers’ perception of curricular autonomy in Estonia, Finland and Germany. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 48(5), 589–609. doi:10:1080/00220272.2016. 1167960.

Kanu, Y. (2011). Integrating Aboriginal perspectives into the school curriculum. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Kanu, Y. (2012). Curriculum as cultural practice: Postcolonial imagination. In S. Gibson (Ed.), Canadian curriculum studies: Trends, issues, and influences (pp. 209–224). Vancouver, BC: Pacific Educational Press.

Parker, G. (2015). Teachers’ autonomy. Research in Education, 93 (May 2015), 19–33.

Pinar, W. (2015). Educational experience as lived: Knowledge, history, alterity: The selected writings of William F. Pinar. New York, NY: Routledge.

Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation. (2017). Curriculum Renewal. Retrieved from here 

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