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Sharma, Ajay – Curriculum Inquiry, 2022
Blaming teachers and schools for perceived or actual educational failures are popular tropes for justifying educational reforms in the United States. Critical educational research implicates neoliberalism in the normalized positioning of teachers and schools as the key suspects in educational failures. This article critiques the etiology of…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, Etiology, Attribution Theory, Academic Failure
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Aspbury-Miyanishi, Edmund – Curriculum Inquiry, 2022
The concept of teacher "practical knowledge" (PK), with its emphasis on the intuitive and situated nature of teaching practice, has provided a compelling approach to understanding what underlies teaching practice. However, much of the literature around PK focuses on teacher reflections on their practice and leaves unexplored the question…
Descriptors: Knowledge Base for Teaching, Teacher Attitudes, Educational Practices, Affordances
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Cairns, Kate – Curriculum Inquiry, 2022
This paper contributes to scholarship exploring the affective politics of environmental education. Building on Nixon's (2011) conception of slow violence, I argue that the slow violence of ecological destruction presents not only a representational challenge but also a pedagogical one: how to confront violent systems that degrade and harm…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Social Justice, Politics of Education, Violence
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Kulkarni, Saili S. – Curriculum Inquiry, 2022
Teacher beliefs about race and dis/ability1 are important in understanding how teachers educate and support students of color with dis/abilities. This is particularly critical because of the overrepresentation of students of color in special education, irrelevant curriculum, and poor post-school outcomes which continue to impact students of color…
Descriptors: Special Education Teachers, Minority Group Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Attitudes toward Disabilities
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Vasudevan, Veena – Curriculum Inquiry, 2022
This article draws from a two-year ethnography at an urban public high school to analyze how high school students came together around a shared love for dance to create a youth-led affinity space. The high school students, Black youth in their freshman year of high school, navigated the complexities of creating a dance team and collaboratively…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Dance, High School Freshmen, African American Students
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Kenway, Jane; Howard, Adam – Curriculum Inquiry, 2022
Elite universities are often believed to represent education's gold standard and to produce highly educated luminaries who rightfully take their places leading all the institutions that matter in societies across the world. We begin by explaining how this is so. Then we discuss what we call monster methodologies, suggesting why and how we employed…
Descriptors: Colleges, Foreign Countries, Land Settlement, Figurative Language
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Jang, Soo Bin – Curriculum Inquiry, 2022
This article explores national curriculum change initiated by the South Korean state by examining the 2015 curriculum reform. Relying on interviews with policy actors who participated in the curriculum-making process, I aimed to understand how certain reform ideas within an institutionalized, state-led curriculum change made--or failed to…
Descriptors: Entrepreneurship, National Curriculum, Educational Change, Foreign Countries
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Kyei Mensah, Phyllis – Curriculum Inquiry, 2022
In countries from which enslaved Africans were forcibly taken to the new world, critical discussion of the Transatlantic Slave Trade (TST) and its Diaspora remains elusive, especially in educational spaces. Ghana is one such country that is deeply connected to the TST and yet struggles to engage it in the social studies syllabus. This article…
Descriptors: Slavery, Memory, Junior High School Students, Social Studies
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Butler, Tamara T. – Curriculum Inquiry, 2022
In this article, I lean toward the ecological site of ecotone and the act of crossing to think about the pedagogical decisions I made as a scholar and practitioner teaching Black studies and English education classes. Within the classroom, I suggest centering Black and Indigenous women's poetry to help students think about interdependence,…
Descriptors: Blacks, Indigenous Populations, Females, Poetry
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Nelson-Barber, Sharon; Hill, Diane; Nayak, Preeti; Nxumalo, Fikile – Curriculum Inquiry, 2022
Sharon Nelson-Barber, a sociolinguist, directs Culture & Language in STEM Education within WestEd's Science and Engineering content area. She is co-founder of POLARIS--Pacific/Polar Opportunities to Learn, Advance and Research Indigenous Systems--a research and development network that supports healthy communities by integrating Indigenous…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge, Climate, Environmental Education
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Yanchapaxi, María Fernanda; Liboiron, Max; Crocker, Katherine; Smiles, Deondre; Tuck, Eve – Curriculum Inquiry, 2022
The CLEAR lab is an interdisciplinary plastic pollution laboratory whose methods foreground humility and good land relations. In this interview, María Fernanda Yanchapaxi and Eve Tuck speak with CLEAR lab founder, Max Liboiron, and co-investigators, Katherine Crocker and Deondre Smiles. Together, they explore Indigenous perspectives on climate…
Descriptors: Plastics, Pollution, Laboratories, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Scherrer, Benjamin D. – Curriculum Inquiry, 2022
What emerges when climate-related displacement is positioned in conversation within the relational practices of collective resistance and oral tradition? In this article, I consider climate displacement and community placement through multiple layers within present day ecologies, narrative texts, and longer views of time. Situated within Black…
Descriptors: Climate, Natural Disasters, Ecology, Earth Science
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Phillips, Sandra; McLean Davies, Larissa; Truman, Sarah E. – Curriculum Inquiry, 2022
As a curriculum area, English has been foundational to empire, invasion, and colonisation of Indigenous peoples the world over. It therefore requires considered scholarship to reimagine how to engage with and teach literature in English. In this article, we explore the enduring problem of English and its inheritances, as well as the ways in which…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Fiction, Indigenous Populations, Literature
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Solis, Miriam; Davies, Will; Randall, Abby – Curriculum Inquiry, 2022
This article draws on environmental justice frameworks located in urban planning (Agyeman et al., 2002; Pellow, 2007) and critical place inquiry (Tuck & McKenzie, 2014) to focus on the relationship between green building curriculum, career and technical education, and climate justice. Green building--a rapidly growing field within the…
Descriptors: Conservation (Environment), Ecology, Social Justice, Vocational Education
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Clarke, Aaron – Curriculum Inquiry, 2022
In this article, I theorize school abolition as a shift needed to unsettle education within current times of ecological precarity. As a practice and horizon, abolition reorganizes schooling's ruling episteme by articulating humanity as a collective performance beyond the pedagogical paradigms of western man. Because racial capitalist schooling…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Educational Theories, Humanism, Climate
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