History of Education Review

Strapline:

The official journal of the Australian and New Zealand History of Education Society

Category:

Education

Table Of Contents: Volume 43 Issue 2 - Special Issue: Space, place and purpose in designing Australian schools

Space, place and purpose in designing Australian schools

Julie McLeod

The purpose of this paper is to canvass debates arising from encounters between architectural and educational history and to introduce a themed section of four papers…

From home to civic: designing the Australian school

Julie Willis

The purpose of this paper is to examine the design of state school buildings in Australia from the 1880s to the 1980s to establish common threads or similar concerns…

Site, school, community

Kate Darian-Smith, Nikki Henningham

The purpose of this paper is to examine the development of vocational education for girls, focusing on how curriculum and pedagogy developed to accommodate changing…

Experimenting with education: spaces of freedom and alternative schooling in the 1970s

Julie McLeod

The purpose of this paper is to explore philosophies of progressive education circulating in Australia in the period immediately following the expansion of secondary…

Designing Woodleigh School: educator and architects in context

Philip Goad

The purpose of this paper is to examine the professional context of the educator and architects who designed and conceived Woodleigh School in Baxter, Victoria, Australia…

“Brave Young Singers”: children's poetry-writing and 1930s Australian distance education

Nicole Anae

There has been virtually no explication of poetry-writing pedagogy in historical accounts of Australian distance education during the 1930s. The purpose of this paper is…

Locating the real William Colenso: reviewing a thirty year research journey

Kay Morris Matthews

The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the importance of ongoing conversations between researchers and librarians. Without such conversations followed by the active…

The social purpose of Rev. Richard Dawes who taught the philosophy of common things

David Theodore Bottomley

The purpose of this paper is to consider why Richard Dawes (1793-1867) academic, college business manager and Church of England priest developed a curriculum in a…

ISSN:

0819-8691

Online date, start – end:

2004

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editors:

  • Dr Helen Proctor
  • Dr Tamson Pietsch
  • Prof Julie McLeod