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Lee Smythe, Jon – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2020
In this article, I propose the use of the Taoist philosophy of "emptiness" as a healing balm for the increasing anxiety experienced by both students and teachers in the American educational system. While in Western culture, "emptiness" carries with it negative connotations of sadness, loss, meaninglessness, and nothingness,…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Religion, Anxiety, Psychological Patterns
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Clements, Colleen H.; Stutelberg, Erin – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2020
Two white women professors who teach courses on diversity in education in different social, political, and geographical contexts analyze our performances of our experiences with students. We individually and collaboratively explore how our students read us in gendered and racialized ways while we enacted anti-racist pedagogies in our white, female…
Descriptors: Diversity, Teacher Student Relationship, Teaching Experience, Gender Issues
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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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Duran, Antonio; Okello, Wilson – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2018
Employing an autoethnographic approach, the two authors explore what it means to have a marginalized body as educators in the classroom. Both authors identify as doctoral students of color who are passionate about critical forms of pedagogy, having had multiple experiences in teaching undergraduate courses focused on issues of power and privilege.…
Descriptors: Autobiographies, Ethnography, College Faculty, Teaching Methods
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Ergas, Oren – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2017
Against the pressures of standardization, some argue for the need to expand teachers' awareness to their "teaching self" because teachers "teach who they are." This article acknowledges the importance of this orientation; however, it is suggested that its implementation requires overcoming social reproduction. Teachers may have…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Metacognition, Student Projects, Teaching Methods
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Brass, Jory – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2012
In this article the author explores Foucault's counter-intuitive views on intellectuals and political activism--a stance he once described as "a hyper- and pessimistic activism" (Foucault, 1983). After contrasting the activist stance of critical pedagogy with Foucault's writing on political activism, the author outlines early attempts to…
Descriptors: Activism, English Teachers, Educational Philosophy, Graduate Study