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Goodwin, Donna – Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 2021
This arts-based action research explores learning curves, best practices, and benefits of artmaking as culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) standards are implemented in an art teacher preparation program. The experiences of preservice teachers are described as they apply teaching strategies in an after-school art classroom setting. Short…
Descriptors: Art Education, Culturally Relevant Education, Cultural Awareness, Learning Processes
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Meister, Tara – Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 2021
Educational Criticism and Connoisseurship (Ed Crit) research offers opportunities to perceive everyday events, interactions, pedagogies, and spaces through fresh perception, leaning into a connoisseur's experiences and stance in the world. In this conceptual essay, I provide theoretical backing for my assertion that connoisseurs ought to grapple…
Descriptors: Race, Racial Bias, Criticism, Educational Theories
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Zimmerman, Aaron S. – Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 2021
This phenomenological inquiry explores how moments of doubt and professional tension can prompt early-career teachers to question not only the stability of their teaching identity but also their desire to remain in the teaching profession. In light of these findings, the philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre is employed to reinterpret the construct of…
Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, Professional Identity, Teacher Persistence, Freedom
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Stinson, David W.; Potts, Dean W. – Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 2021
In this narrative essay, a mathematics teacher educator and a mathematics classroom teacher share their approaches and motivations behind introducing teachers and high school students, respectively, to the promises and challenges of mathematics taught from a social justice perspective. They conclude the essay by noting two preliminary pedagogical…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Social Justice, Teaching Methods, Teacher Educators
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Clay, Matthew A. – Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 2021
In this study, I utilized participant photography to understand what types of student success were recognized by educators in two rural school districts. Participants placed an intense emphasis on relationships within the community and moral aims of schooling in both the types of success and the ways in which success were recognized. These…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Rural Schools, School Districts, Success
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Gursel-Bilgin, Gulistan; Flinders, David J. – Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 2021
This article reports an interview study focused on teacher beliefs about war, peace, and education. We use a conceptual framework that calls attention to the social and psychological factors that contribute to the meanings of war and peace. Data are presented in three composite cases to convey the range of beliefs and perspectives expressed by our…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, War, Peace, Psychological Patterns
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Reyes, Ganiva – Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 2021
In this article, the author explores how a well-respected teacher, who students identified to be caring and supportive, differentially responded to her students across gender. Using narrative inquiry and gender theories, everyday classroom interactions between a teacher and a Latina mothering student are examined to unpack how gendered frameworks…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Gender Bias, Interaction, Hispanic American Students
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Pemberton, Jennifer V.; Edeburn, Ellen K. – Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 2021
Disparate adult responses to student behavior, combined with increases in mental health issues and student trauma, compound the equity gap of racially minoritized students. Research suggests a correlation between social emotional learning (SEL) and student success (Gregory & Fergus, 2017). Providing a two-prong approach that includes (a) SEL…
Descriptors: Trauma, Social Emotional Learning, Mental Disorders, Student Behavior
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Rivera, Seema; Titu, Preethi – Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 2021
Research addressing equitable science teaching and practices is expanding. However, comparatively little attention has been given to preservice teachers' studies and their views toward diversity and race. If we want to prepare these preservice teachers for the diverse classrooms in which they will be working, we must first understand their views.…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Science Teachers, Student Attitudes, Diversity
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Asiedu, Eddy D.; Feinberg, Joseph R. – Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 2021
Understanding the history of educational reform in Ghana--with a focus on the de-colonialization period through the 21st century--highlights the influence of donor funding. This historical study investigates through a postcolonial lens the power dynamic between international donor organizations and Ghana's leaders and citizens. While donor funding…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Educational History, Foreign Policy, Postcolonialism
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Saavedra, David R. M. – Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 2021
This article presents a case study of one high school teacher of English for speakers of other languages and how he conceptualizes and enacts relationships with his students. It explores themes of affection and leverage along with the tensions that exist between these vastly different aspects of the teacher-student relationship. It proposes care…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, High School Teachers, High School Students, Language Teachers
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Ladick, Michael – Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 2021
Consistent messaging about reliable processes is valuable when educating about risk management. Recent research has shown that national and state financial literacy education (FLE) curricula have risk management and insurance standards with inconsistent tendencies. Informed by Beauchamp's (1961) field of curriculum theory, this conceptual essay…
Descriptors: Insurance, Risk Management, Money Management, Consumer Education
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Rhine, Steve; Driskell, Shannon O. S.; Rolf, Kristen R.; Hurdle, Zach; Bundock, Kaitlin – Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 2021
The push toward digital curricula has quickened with the COVID-19 pandemic leading to concerns about how digital curricula programs are selected. Research indicates selection of curricula plays a primary role in student achievement. State curriculum leaders were surveyed about how they are involved in selecting PK-8 mathematics digital curricula.…
Descriptors: Mathematics Curriculum, Electronic Learning, Elementary School Curriculum, Secondary School Curriculum
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Hafner, Andrew Habana; Ortiz, Floris Wilma – Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 2021
This article reports on the findings from Years 1-3 of a practitioner research study on infusing critical pedagogy in mandated Sheltered English Immersion (SEI) courses for preservice teachers (PSTs) in a public, predominantly white institution (PWI). Our analysis problematizes discourses of transformation and reproduction of in/equity in…
Descriptors: Transformative Learning, English Language Learners, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Magill, Kevin Russel; Rodriguez, Arturo – Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 2019
This article is a discussion of culture circles as they might be employed in public school classrooms to promote humanization and transformational social participation. We suggest culture circles are a medium that teachers might employ toward human becoming and thus aid students in improving their communities through their shared examination of…
Descriptors: Public Schools, Humanization, Transformative Learning, Public Policy
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