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Title Scottish education / edited by T.G.K. Bryce, W.M. Humes, D. Gillies and A. Kennedy ; section editing by Tom Bryce, Janis Davidson, Donald Gillies, Tom Hamilton, George Head, Walter Humes, Aileen Kennedy, Ian Smith.
Imprint Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2018]
©2018
Edition Fifth edition.

Subject Education -- Scotland.
School management and organization -- Scotland.
Education and state -- Scotland.
Alt Name Bryce, T. G. K.,
Humes, Walter M.,
Gillies, Donald, 1960-
Kennedy, Aileen,
Davidson, Janis,
Hamilton, Tom,
Smith, Ian,
Description 1 online resource
polychrome rdacc
Edition Fifth edition.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed August 7, 2018)
Contents Title page; Copyright; Contents; The Contributors; PART I AN OVERVIEW OF CONTEMPORARY EDUCATION IN SCOTLAND; 1 Scottish Education, Fifth Edition: Its Nature, Purpose and Structure; 2 Educational Provision: An Overview; 3 Scottish Primary Education; 4 Scottish Secondary Education; 5 The Independent Sector; 6 Scottish Further Education; 7 Scottish Higher Education; 8 Policy and Politics in Scottish Education; PART II THE HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL CONTEXT OF SCOTTISH EDUCATION; 9 Historical Perspectives; 10 The History of Scottish Education since Devolution
11 The Distinctiveness of Scottish Education12 Poverty, Class and Intergenerational Disadvantage; 13 Catholic Education in Scotland; 14 'Progressive' Schools and Home Education; PART III GOVERNANCE AND DIRECTION IN SCOTTISH EDUCATION; 15 Education and the Law; 16 Central Government and the Administration of Scottish Education; 17 Local Governance in Scottish Education; 18 National and Local Curriculum Support; 19 School Inspection and School Improvement; 20 The Parent Dimension in Education; PART IV MANAGEMENT, ORGANISATION AND LEARNING IN SCHOOLS; 21 Early Education and Childcare
22 Early Schooling23 Learning in Scottish Primary and Secondary Schools; 24 Leadership, Management and Organisation in the Primary School; 25 Discipline, Behaviour and Ethos in Primary Schools; 26 Transitions from Early Years to Primary and Primary to Secondary; 27 Leadership, Management and Organisation in the Secondary School; 28 Personal Support (Guidance); 29 Ethos and Behaviour in Secondary Schools; PART V CURRICULUM: EARLY YEARS AND PRIMARY; 30 Expressive Arts; 31 Literacy and English; 32 Mathematics; 33 Modern Languages; 34 Physical Education; 35 Religious (and Moral) Education
36 Science37 Social Studies; 38 Technologies; PART VI CURRICULUM: SECONDARY; 39 Art and Design; 40 Biology; 41 Business Education; 42 Chemistry; 43 Computing Science; 44 Design and Technology; 45 Drama; 46 English and Literacy; 47 Geography; 48 History; 49 Home Economics; 50 Mathematics; 51 Modern Foreign Languages; 52 Modern Studies; 53 Music; 54 Physical Education and Sport; 55 Physics; 56 Religious and Moral Education; 57 Social Sciences; PART VII CROSS-SECTORAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY ISSUES; 58 Literacy across Learning; 59 Numeracy across Learning; 60 Digital Education in Schools
61 Health and Wellbeing62 Citizenship Education; 63 Outdoor Learning; 64 Children's Rights; 65 Learning for Sustainability; 66 The Scots Language in Education; 67 Gaelic Education; PART VIII ASSESSMENT, CERTIFICATION AND ACHIEVEMENTS; 68 Assessment in Scottish Schools; 69 The Scottish Qualifications Authority; 70 SQA Findings on Scottish Attainments; 71 The National Improvement Framework and the Return of National Testing; PART IX FURTHER AND HIGHER EDUCATION; 72 Knowledge, Skills and Pathways in Further Education; 73 Teaching and Learning in Further Education and Higher Education
Summary Interrogates the rise of national philosophies and their impact on cosmopolitanism and nationalism.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 9781474437851 (electronic bk.)
1474437850 (electronic bk.)
9781474437868
1474437869
9781474437844
1474437842
OCLC # 1046676858
Additional Format Print version: Scottish education. Fifth edition. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2018] 1474437842 9781474437844 (OCoLC)1029205066


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