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Wassell, Beth A.; Wesely, Pamela; Glynn, Cassandra – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2019
This interpretive multiple case study examined how K-16 world language teachers (N = 12) incorporated social justice issues into their curriculum and instruction and the factors that supported and constrained this work. The findings revealed that the participants experienced supports and impediments that shaped their agency to enact social justice…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Secondary School Teachers, Language Teachers, Social Justice
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Saul, Roger; Burkholder, Casey – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2019
Reflecting on an education technology conference we attended in an Atlantic Canadian province, we problematize four major assumptions that we encountered at the conference: 1) The benefits of technology integration are educationally determinative; 2) Private industry and capital can fund technological innovation in schools without compromising…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Technology Integration, Foreign Countries
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Jarvie, Scott; Burke, Kevin J. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2019
We seek, in this analytical essay, to complicate the conversation around knowledge production in the academy by proposing "intellectual humility" as a mode for moving toward new avenues of knowledge-making, particularly as an epistemic stance against the kinds of "intellectual arrogance" (Lynch, 2017) that have made certain…
Descriptors: Knowledge Level, Attitudes, Religion, Philosophy
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Wright, Travis – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2019
Though foundational to contemporary qualitative research of most types, phenomenology has, as a research method, not garnered much attention in recent years. In this paper, I define phenomenology and explain why it is a useful tool for educators and educational researchers. I focus particularly on the value of phenomenological poetry in centering…
Descriptors: Poetry, Females, Child Rearing, Poverty
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Kim, Jeong-Hee; Morrison, Jennifer A.; Ramzinski, Elaine – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2019
The development of self is an important part of formal education, and related to the notion of self is the development of "Bildung," or cultivation of the self. "Bildung" has been an integral part of curriculum theory in the United States. However, despite many theoretical debates on "Bildung" in the literature, there…
Descriptors: Student Development, Self Concept, Teaching Methods, Graduate Students
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Huddleston, Gabriel – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2018
This paper posits a move "toward the concrete" as a specific combination of curriculum studies and Cultural Studies, placing it squarely within the frames of postqualitative research (Lather & St. Pierre, 2013; St. Pierre, 2011, 2013b, 2014). In addition to examining the theoretical legacies of the aforementioned fields, this paper…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Constructivism (Learning), Curriculum Development, Theory Practice Relationship
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Harris, Anne; de Bruin, Leon – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2018
Schools' administrators and teachers feel the necessity to apply creative education within their learning environments, despite grappling with understandings of what creativity is and how best teachers can foster it in their students. This qualitative international study spanning the USA, Canada, Singapore, and Australia investigates teachers'…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Creative Teaching, Creativity, Teacher Attitudes
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Maclear, Kyo – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2018
Literary scholar Clare Bradford gives voice to a pervasive anxiety that arises when a child audience meets unsettling ecological narratives. She remarks: "to explain to young children that pygmy hippos are under serious threat or that elephants are still being killed for their tusks or that wilderness areas are disappearing is to construct a…
Descriptors: Children, Climate, Ecology, Conservation (Environment)
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Barros, Sandro R. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2018
What is at stake for multilingual subjects when English becomes a site of conflicting emotions about being in/with the world? What does it mean to understand, negotiate with, and perform the meaning of English as a global curriculum, a lingua franca, a "thing" of the senses, and a desire awakened by narratives feeding into and being fed…
Descriptors: English, Multilingualism, Emotional Response, Global Approach
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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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Ford, Derek R. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2018
Presenting the current mode of production as a triumvirate of capital, learning, and debt, I argue that a certain education and rhythm reinforce exploitation and domination. I propose queer communist study to break out of this regime. I first turn to Lee Edelman's polemic against reproductive futurism, which commits us to the logic of identity,…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, Social Systems, Marxian Analysis, Educational Theories
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Kawka, Marta; Larkin, Kevin – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2018
In this article we critique, disrupt and resist the taken for granted use of the term "fun" in learning; specifically as it is used to justify mathematics education apps that purport to portray maths learning as a fun experience. We accomplish this critique through the creation of a digital artwork called "Arithmomania." This…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Mathematics Instruction, Criticism, Art
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Okello, Wilson Kwamogi; Quaye, Stephen John – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2018
In this paper, the authors advocate for using creativity in one's pedagogy, believing that it can be the catalyst for self-empowerment, deeply powerful dialogue, and substantive critique. Creativity as pedagogy does more than offer an aesthetically diverse approach to complex issues, as it pushes against cultural conformity and domination,…
Descriptors: Creativity, Teaching Methods, Praxis, Recall (Psychology)
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Wiebe, Sean – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2018
Do you remember boom-boxes with two decks so a personalized playlist could be recorded onto a cassette tape? Perhaps you received a playlist from a friend, family member, or lover? In this project, 14 colleagues first compiled and shared their curriculum playlists--their favorite texts/performances about curriculum including some of their own…
Descriptors: Curriculum, Aesthetics, Poetry, Teaching Methods
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Spencer, Leland G.; Kulbaga, Theresa A. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2018
The fierce public and scholarly debate over trigger warnings in university classrooms has often characterized the issue as one of academic freedom and ignored the social justice arguments for trigger warnings. In this essay, we argue that trigger warnings expand academic speech by engaging students more fully in their own learning. Specifically,…
Descriptors: College Students, Social Justice, Emotional Response, Student Reaction
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