Scottish Educational Review (SER) publishes academic articles and research notes relating to the field of educational policy and practice. The 3 most recent editions are available as abstracts only, but all older articles are available in full.
The Curriculum for Excellence Edition from September 2008 is now freely available online including the following articles:
- Reeves, J. (2008) Between a rock and a hard place? Curriculum for Excellence and the Quality Initiative in Scottish schools
- Stephen, C., Cope, P., Oberski, I. and Shand, P. (2008) ‘They should try to find out what the children like’: exploring engagement in learning
- MacLellan, E. and Soden, R. (2008) Successful learners, confident individuals, responsible citizens and effective contributors: exploring the nature of learning and its implications in Curriuclum for Excellence
- Biesta, G. (2008) What kind of citizen? What kind of democracy? Citizenship education and the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence.
- McCluskey, G. (2008) Education (Additional Support for Learning) (Scotland) Act (2004): what does it mean for the way teachers work together?
- Conlon, T. (2008) The dark side of GLOW: balancing the discourse
- Wilson, V. (2008) Small Scottish primary schools: an endangered species
- Reid, A. and Weir, D. (2008) Factors restricting the early professiopnal learning of secondary teachers in Scotland and how these might be tackled