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Bacchus, Ruth; Colvin, Emma; Knight, Elizabeth Bronwen; Ritter, Leonora – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2020
This study considers and evaluates the implementation of two strategies to improve student engagement with assessment -- the provision of exemplars in conjunction with rubrics, and student co-construction of rubrics -- as, respectively, a supplement and an alternative to teacher-designed rubrics. It follows our 2016 finding that teacher-designed…
Descriptors: Scoring Rubrics, Learner Engagement, Student Evaluation, Student Participation
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Stern, Mark; Carey, Kristi – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2020
Contemporary critical scholarship on the university firmly places new discursive and curricular formations within a global context of neoliberal, neoimperial, and neocolonial processes. Recently, some focus has been given to last century's institutionalization of the interdisciplines (e.g. Ethnic Studies, Cultural Studies, Women's Studies) and how…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, College Students, Activism, Social Justice
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Johnson, Stacy C. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2020
This study presents an examination of the institution of American slavery as it relates to current hegemonic issues in education, revealing a persistence of slave trade ideology through education and challenging the slow and possibly deliberate progress to close the Achievement Gap/Debt.
Descriptors: United States History, Slavery, African American History, Achievement Gap
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Xing, Deyu; Bolden, Benjamin; Hogenkamp, Sawyer – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2020
Situated within an increasing trend of globalization and internationalization, many universities pride themselves on the number of international students they recruit. At Canadian universities, there are more international students from China than any other country. However, Chinese international students tend to demonstrate lower spoken English…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, Universities, College Students, English (Second Language)
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Tolbert, Sara; Bazzul, Jesse – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2020
This paper positions Aesthetics, specifically the politics of Aesthetics, as a frame for approaching traditionally conservative subfields of education, such as science education. Drawing primarily from Jacques Rancière's work on Aesthetics and Politics, and Donna Haraway's work with String Figures (SF), we outline the political stakes of engaging,…
Descriptors: Aesthetics, Science Education, Politics, Justice
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Eppley, Karen; Dudley-Marling, Curt – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2019
Direct Instruction (DI), commercially marketed by McGraw-Hill as Reading Mastery and Corrective Reading, is a bundle of highly scripted reading programs emphasizing phonics and phonemic awareness. This assessment considers 40 recently published studies on DI in order to consider the program's aims and efficacy as a means of teaching reading. Our…
Descriptors: Reading Programs, Reading Comprehension, Reading Instruction, Reading Skills
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Denmead, Tyler – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2019
In this paper, I present "Tier Two Worker Remote Office," a performance artwork that I produced on March 15-16, 2018 at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. For this performance, I set up an outdoor office between the building where I work and the picket line where I had been striking for three weeks. I worked outside in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Change, Resistance to Change, Commercialization
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Field-Rothschild, Katherine – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2019
This article offers a theoretically based solution to faculty hesitation to engage in difficult dialogs on a campus in crisis. Using the constructs of Ratcliffe's language of rhetorical listening through the lens of Freire's interactive educational framework from the stance of second-wave whiteness studies, this paper argues that instructors can…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Rhetoric, Ethics, Activism
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Tillett, Wade; Barney, Daniel T.; Kalin, Nadine M.; Lopez, Hector D.; Ergas, Oren; Au, Christopher; McLeod, Heather; Ryan, Maureen – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2019
The goals of this research are to analyze, explore, disrupt, and (re)create modes of being and knowing in relation to text. In particular, we focus on the educational research text. We are asking author-readers to theorize materially: Who does this journal article think you are? And further, Who could I become if I use this as raw material, as…
Descriptors: Reader Text Relationship, Educational Research, Authors, Journal Articles
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Miller, Erin T.; Tanner, Samuel J. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2019
Using narrative research as a qualitative methodology, we (two white critical whiteness scholars) tell a story about how a dismantling and rebuilding of whiteness occurred in a fourth-grade classroom across three vignettes. Using a close read of Reverend Thandeka's primer on the ways white children are socialized, we wrestle with what pedagogy…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, Critical Theory, Race, Whites
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van Kessel, Cathryn; Kline, Kip – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2019
The HBO series, "Westworld," challenges our notions about what might be real. As such, the series provides a provoking platform for exploring an oft-neglected topic in contemporary education-the fetishization of technology and the murder of the real in Jean Baudrillard's sense. Current educational systems in Canada and the United States…
Descriptors: Programming (Broadcast), Television, Simulation, Realism
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Chapman, Sian; Wright, Peter; Pascoe, Robin – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2019
Purpose, value, and practice are three key concepts in understanding curriculum implementation in arts education. When these three concepts work in harmony, the alignment provides a framework for successful arts curriculum implementation. This study highlights how these concepts are often misaligned with competition between the translation of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Art Education, Alignment (Education), Curriculum Implementation
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Sweet, Joseph D.; Carlson, David Lee – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2019
This paper performs a case study of the hit television series, "Transparent," and considers the public pedagogy (Burdick & Sandlin, 2013) the show produces. In order to do this, it conducts a discourse analysis (Gee, 2015, 2017) of two scenes that take place during the show's first season. We conducted interviews with six members of…
Descriptors: Hidden Curriculum, Television, Programming (Broadcast), Television Curriculum
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López López, Ligia – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2019
This article is an examination and a refusal of education as a site of making-up kinds of people. "Indian," "Aboriginal," "Black," "refugee," "special needs," "citizens," "white," "boy," "girl" are but a few of the kinds of people education continues to make…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Anthropology, Cultural Differences
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Lewkowich, David – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2019
In this article, I engage the psychoanalytic writings of Donald Winnicott, Thomas Ogden and Wilfred Bion, who proffer maternal reverie -- an intimate intersubjective communication between the mother and infant -- as an early model for the psychosomatic drifts of form and thought experienced in the analytic encounter. As a way to frame these…
Descriptors: Psychiatry, Essays, Writing (Composition), Writing Instruction
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