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Title: Teacher Agency, Performativity and Curriculum Change: Reinventing the Teacher in the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence?
Author(s): Priestley, Mark
Robinson, Sarah
Biesta, G J J
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Editor(s): Jeffrey, B
Troman, G
Sponsor: Economic and Social Research Council
Citation: Priestley M, Robinson S & Biesta GJJ (2012) Teacher Agency, Performativity and Curriculum Change: Reinventing the Teacher in the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence?. In: Jeffrey B & Troman G (eds.) Performativity in UK education: ethnographic cases of its effects, agency and reconstructions. Painswick: Ethnography & Education Publishing.
Keywords: agency
Issue Date: 2012
Date Deposited: 29-Feb-2012
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