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Title: The Xghajra primary school : a labour of love and professional dedication
Authors: Mifsud, Charles
Keywords: Primary school facilities -- Malta
Education, Primary -- Curricula -- Malta
Education, Primary -- Evaluation
Issue Date: 1997-12
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Education
Citation: Mifsud, C. (1997). The Xghajra primary school : a labour of love and professional dedication. Education 2000, 2, 35-37.
Abstract: Schools exist to promote the development of pupils through their engagement with the curriculum. The curriculum includes not only the National Minimum Curriculum but also teaching methods, learning styles and other elements such as the quality of relationships in the school and the organisation and management of classes. Head and class teachers are not required to organise their schools and classes in prescribed ways. This IS very much left to their professional discretion. However it is important that they keep their organisation and teaching under review. To engage in this process of review heads and teachers need not only to examine their own practice but also to have access to the practice of others.
Appears in Collections:Education 2000, no. 2
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