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              Books by Amanda Keddie

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              Teaching Making a Difference Wiley E-text Powered By Vitalsource with Istudy Version 3 Card
               

              Teaching Making a Difference Wiley E-text Powered By Vitalsource with Istudy Version 3 Card (Paperback, 2nd edition, Contains 1 Other digital carrier)

              By Churchill, Rick; Ferguson, Peter; Godinho, Sally; Johnson, Nicola F.; Keddie, Amanda

              • RRP: $100.99
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              ISBN 9780730308133
              Published AU 16 Sep 2013
              Publisher John Wiley & Sons Australia Lt
              Interest Age 19+ years
              Series Wiley Desktop Editions
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              Teaching: Making a Difference

              Teaching: Making a Difference (Paperback, 4th Revised edition)

              By Churchill, Rick; Godinho, Sally; Johnson, Nicola F.; Keddie, Amanda; Letts, Will

              • RRP: $154.99
              • $154.99
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              This market-leading, foundational education text is accessible for all students and designed to engage and inspire them, while staying realistic, practical and jargon-free. Available as a full-colour printed textbook with an interactive eBook code, this text enables every studen...t to master concepts and succeed in assessment, and supports lecturers with an extensive and easy-to-use teaching and learning package.
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              ISBN 9780730363453
              Published AU 3 Sep 2018
              Publisher John Wiley & Sons Australia Lt
              Interest Age 19+ years
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              Teaching: Making a Difference
               

              Teaching: Making a Difference (Paperback, 3rd Edition)

              By Churchill, Rick; Godinho, Sally; Johnson, Nicola F.; Keddie, Amanda; Letts, Will

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              At the beginning of each semester in Australian universities, students entering teacher education courses are asked Why do you want to teach? The answers vary, but the most prominent response is To make a difference .

              ISBN 9780730315452
              Published AU 3 Aug 2015
              Publisher John Wiley & Sons Australia Lt
              Interest Age 19+ years
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              Teaching Making a Difference 2E + Istudy Version 2

              Teaching Making a Difference 2E + Istudy Version 2 (Multiple copy pack / Other)

              By Churchill, Rick; Ferguson, Peter; Godinho, Sally; Johnson, Nicola; Keddie, Amanda

              Building on the market-leading success of the first edition, Teaching: Making a Difference, 2nd Australian Edition has been thoroughly updated to reflect the new Australian Curriculum and its impact on providing pre-service teachers with a contemporary framework to help them exce...l as future educators. Making a real difference in tomorrow's early childhood, primary, middle and secondary classrooms is as much about understanding learning and learners, as it is about understanding what makes a quality teacher and quality teaching. Strengthening the formula of its four-part thematic structure with the integration of Australian Curriculum changes, Teaching: Making a Difference, 2nd Australian Edition is an essential introduction to the teaching profession. PART 1: The teaching profession PART 2: Learning and Learners PART 3: Preparation, Practice and Process PART 4: Effectiveness, professionalism and the future This multi-authored volume draws on the expertise of each contributor and reflects the latest contemporary research. The text is supported by an updated, equitable multi-media package designed to meet the needs of individual learners. The iStudy contains interactive modules and local videos to enhance your understanding of key concepts. Each interactive module contains a summarised version of the textbook with the inclusion of audio voiceover and interactive activities designed to test your knowledge and assist your learning.
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              ISBN 9781118554142
              Published AU 3 Dec 2012
              Publisher John Wiley & Sons Australia Lt
              Interest Age 19+ years
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              Educating for Diversity and Social Justice
               

              Educating for Diversity and Social Justice (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Keddie, Amanda

              • RRP: $96.99
              • $96.99
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              This work offers an account of how rapid social change is generating new challenges and priorities for schools, provides insightful examples of how educators are productively responding to these challenges, and provides key frames of reference to support educators in addressing c...ultural diversity and social change.
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              ISBN 9781138021815
              Released AU 7 Mar 2014
              Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
              Interest Age 19+ years
              Series Routledge Research in Education
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              The Politics of Differentiation in Schools

              The Politics of Differentiation in Schools (Paperback)

              By Mills, Martin; Keddie, Amanda; Renshaw, Peter; Monk, Sue

              • RRP: $81.99
              • $81.99
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              In many English-speaking countries, teachers are encouraged to differentiate their classrooms, and in some cases, through various policy mechanisms. This encouragement is often accompanied by threats and sanctions for not making the grade. By exploring the ways in which one educa...tion system in Australia has mandated differentiation through an audit of teacher practices, this book provides a timely engagement with the relationship between differentiated classrooms and social justice. It covers tensions, for instance, between providing culturally-appropriate classrooms, including constructing engaging and relevant curricula, and lowering expectations for students who have traditionally been marginalised by schooling. The data for this book has been collected from the same group of teachers over a period of three years, and offers detailed insights into how a particular politics of differentiation has played itself out in the context of a `global reform movement' that has focused on improving student outcomes.
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              ISBN 9781138604629
              Released AU 14 May 2018
              Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
              Interest Age 19+ years
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              Supporting and Educating Young Muslim Women: Stories from Australia and the UK
               

              Supporting and Educating Young Muslim Women: Stories from Australia and the UK (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Keddie, Amanda

              • RRP: $77.99
              • $77.99
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              This book draws on the stories of female educators and young Muslim women to explore issues of identity, justice and education. Situated against a backdrop of unprecedented Islamophobia and new articulations of 'White-lash', this book draws on case study research conducted over a... ten-year period and provides insight into the diverse worlds of young Muslim women from education and community contexts in Australia and England. Keddie discusses the ways in which these young women find spaces of agency and empowerment within these contexts and how their passionate and committed educators support them in this endeavour. Useful for researchers and educators who are concerned about Islamophobia and its devastating impacts on Muslim women and girls, this book positions responsibility for changing the oppressions of Islamophobia and gendered Islamophobia with all of us. Such change begins with education. The stories in this book hope to contribute to the change process.
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              ISBN 9780367875664
              Released AU 31 Mar 2020
              Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
              Interest Age 19+ years
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              Autonomy, Accountability and Social Justice: Stories of English Schooling

              Autonomy, Accountability and Social Justice: Stories of English Schooling (Paperback)

              By Keddie, Amanda; Mills, Martin

              • RRP: $73.99
              • $73.99
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              Autonomy, Accountability and Social Justice provides an account of recent developments in English state education, with a particular focus on the `academisation' of schooling. It examines how head teachers, teachers and others working in diverse education settings navigate the cu...rrent policy environment. The authors provide readers with insight into the complex decision-making processes that shape school responses to current educational agendas and examine the social justice implications of these responses. The book draws on Nancy Fraser's social justice framework and her theorising of neoliberalism to explore current tensions associated with moves towards both greater autonomy for and accountability of state schooling. These tensions are presented through four case studies that centre upon 1) a group of local authority primary schools, 2) an academy `chain', 3) a co-operative secondary school and 4) an alternative education setting. The book identifies the `emancipatory' possibilities of these approaches amid the complex demands of autonomy and accountability seizing English schools. Informed by a consideration of market parameters and social protectionist ideals, this examination provides rich insights into how English schools have emancipatory capacity. Autonomy, Accountability and Social Justice makes a major theoretical contribution to understandings of how the market is working alongside the regulation of schooling and the implications of this for social justice. By drawing on the experiences of those working in schools, it demonstrates that the tensions associated with autonomy and accountability within the current education policy environment can be both productive and unproductive for social justice.
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              ISBN 9781138104655
              Released AU 21 May 2019
              Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
              Interest Age 19+ years
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              Educating for Diversity and Social Justice
               

              Educating for Diversity and Social Justice (Hardback)

              By Keddie, Amanda

              • RRP: $263.00
              • $263.00
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              Drawing on both empirical research and pedagogical theory, this book offers an account of how rapid social change is generating new challenges and priorities for schools, provides insightful examples of how educators are productively responding to these challenges, and provides k...ey frames of reference (generalisable to broader school populations) to support educators in addressing cultural diversity and social change in just and equitable ways.
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              ISBN 9780415890151
              Released AU 21 Dec 2011
              Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
              Interest Age 19+ years
              Series Routledge Research in Education
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              Autonomy, Accountability and Social Justice: Stories of English Schooling
               

              Autonomy, Accountability and Social Justice: Stories of English Schooling (Hardback)

              By Keddie, Amanda; Mills, Martin

              • RRP: $252.00
              • $252.00
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              Autonomy, Accountability and Social Justice provides an account of recent developments in English state education, with a particular focus on the `academisation' of schooling. It examines how head teachers, teachers and others working in diverse education settings navigate the cu...rrent policy environment. The authors provide readers with insight into the complex decision-making processes that shape school responses to current educational agendas and examine the social justice implications of these responses. The book draws on Nancy Fraser's social justice framework and her theorising of neoliberalism to explore current tensions associated with moves towards both greater autonomy for and accountability of state schooling. These tensions are presented through four case studies that centre upon 1) a group of local authority primary schools, 2) an academy `chain', 3) a co-operative secondary school and 4) an alternative education setting. The book identifies the `emancipatory' possibilities of these approaches amid the complex demands of autonomy and accountability seizing English schools. Informed by a consideration of market parameters and social protectionist ideals, this examination provides rich insights into how English schools have emancipatory capacity. Autonomy, Accountability and Social Justice makes a major theoretical contribution to understandings of how the market is working alongside the regulation of schooling and the implications of this for social justice. By drawing on the experiences of those working in schools, it demonstrates that the tensions associated with autonomy and accountability within the current education policy environment can be both productive and unproductive for social justice.
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              ISBN 9781138104648
              Released AU 21 May 2019
              Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
              Interest Age 19+ years
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