Reviews: Course content

3 reviews found for "Course content"
Book review : History teaching, identities, citizenship
This is a book review of History teaching, identities, citizenship edited by Luigi Cajani and Alistair Ross, published by Trentham Books in 2005, ISBN 1858563666. It was reviewed by Robert Guyver of University College Plymouth St Mark and St John on behalf of ESCalate. This publication raises and discusses serious issues associated with identity, citizenship and the history curriculum. The case studies are drawn from Germany, France, Romania,...
Book review : How to design and deliver enhanced modules
This is a book review of How to design and deliver enhanced modules by Diana Medlicott, published by the Open University Press in 2009, ISBN 9780335233977. It was reviewed by Liane Purnell of Newman University College on behalf of ESCalate. The book starts from two key premises: students in a mass education system need a lot more targeted teaching, learning and assessment than is generally provided, coupled with personalised encouragement; but...
Book review : Teaching music in primary schools
This is a book review of Teaching music in primary schools by Patrick Jones and Chris Robson, published by Learning Matters in 2008, ISBN 9781844451418. it was reviewed by Angela Jaap of the University of Glasgow on behalf of ESCalate. This book is written specifically with the trainee (and non-specialist music) teacher in mind. The authors discuss important and recent legislation such as the Music Manifesto, breaking the learning outcomes down...