Creating the Future's Schools

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Index
a
Aburdene, P. 23
academic curriculum/subjects 5, 26, 27
accountability 75, 113, 128-43;
accountability task 142-3;
information about student learning 131-2;
performance indicators 132-42;
reporting to the community served by the school 129, 130-1;
stakeholders 128-30, 134, 135;
student-learner and 143;
system accountability 130
accreditation/registration 105, 173, 177
acculturation into society 20-2, 82, 105, 106, 158-60
action plans 71, 124-7
age-grade structures 88-9
age-related curriculum 150
agrarian society 25-8
alliances, strategic 153, 190
Alternative School Movement 186
American culture/values 16
Amsler, M. 117, 119, 120
annual report 71, 129, 132
appraisal function 110-11
army 27
Asia/Pacific area 12
assessment 17, 157, 164, 168, 191
audiences (for reporting) 128-30, 134, 135;
see also stakeholders
Australia 76, 114, 115-16
Australian Schools Commission 98

b
babies, having 15
backward mapping 103-4, 125
Barnatt, C. 92
basic human needs 13
Beare, H. 19, 36, 37-8, 40, 99
belief systems 15, 16, 17, 21-2;
enabling 19;
myth-making 50-3;
power of 18-19
benchmarking 138-9
Benedict, R. 49
Benson, H. 49
Berman, M. 55
Berry, T. 56
Bierlein, L. 116
bio-regional stories 56
Board of Trustees 119
books 17
borderlessness 153-4;
see also globalization
Bosker, R. 164
Boulding, E. 101
brain 41-2
brain centre/hub 92-3, 188, 189
Britain 98, 115, 117
brokers of educational services 80, 154, 163-5
Brundtland Report 5-6
Budde, R. 116
buddy systems 171
bureaucracy 29, 60
Bush, G. 95-6
Buzan, T. 172

c
cabled city 147
Caldwell, B. 67, 116
Campbell, J. 21, 51
Canada 142
Canberra High School 6
Capra, F. 38-9
careers 15, 155;
teachers’ career structures for the future 180-4
categories 133
central education barn 92-3, 188, 189
ceremonial learnings 159
Champy, J. 69

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures ix
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • 1 - The Myth of the Unchanging School 1
  • Part I - The Big Picture 9
  • 2 - From an Old World-View to a New 11
  • 3 - From a Society of Factories to a Society of Knowledge Workers 23
  • 4 - New Ways of Knowing 36
  • 5 - The Networked Universe 54
  • 6 - From Bureaucracy to Enterprise Networks 65
  • Part II - Looking at the Practicalities 83
  • 7 - Schools Which Break the Mould 85
  • 8 - Choosing What Future to Have 99
  • 9 - Building a Manifesto for the School as a Provider 113
  • 10 - On Reporting Outcomes 128
  • 11 - Reworking the Curriculum Within a New Mindset 144
  • 12 - Teachers for the School of the Future 166
  • 13 - A New Kind of School 186
  • Bibliography 194
  • Index 203
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