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Rocha, Samuel D. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2015
Through this article the author presents an experimental collage about the experiment of writing and its relation to the analogies of kinship--an enactment of folk phenomenology.
Descriptors: Writing (Composition), Logical Thinking, Phenomenology, Family Relationship
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Piotrowski, Marcelina – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2015
This article examines the comment culture that accompanies documentary films on YouTube as a site of (geo) political education. It considers how viewers try to teach each other about the proper "place" of critique in response to the global, national, and local rhetoric featured in one environmental documentary film. YouTube viewers use…
Descriptors: Political Science, Political Issues, Documentaries, Video Technology
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Kim, Jung; Pulido, Isaura – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2015
Culturally relevant pedagogy is a framework that conceptualizes the process of student learning as contingent upon educators' deep understanding of students' cultural backgrounds to co-construct knowledge and develop academic skills. Concurrently, there are a growing number of studies that explore hip-hop as a culturally relevant curriculum for…
Descriptors: Popular Culture, Culturally Relevant Education, Music, Urban Areas
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Sonu, Debbie; Snaza, Nathan – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2015
The greatest challenge facing the field of environmentalism includes ontological questions over the human subject and its desensitization from landscapes of experience. In this article the authors draw from field experiences in New York City elementary schools (such as observations of teachers, NYS Scope and Sequence Standards for Social Studies,…
Descriptors: Social Studies, Field Experience Programs, State Standards, Environmental Education
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Snaza, Nathan – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2014
This article analyzes the rhetoric of "death" and "haunting" in curriculum studies by closely reading Pinar, Reynolds, Slattery, and Taubman's "Understanding Curriculum" (2002). Drawing on the work of Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri, I argue in the first section of the article that the rhetoric of death appears at…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Rhetoric, Death, Educational Theories
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Smith, Becky L. Noël; Shaw, Michael L. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2014
The negative emotional affects of standardized teaching and learning abound in public schools and work to create a melancholic, shared reality for teachers and students. The authors argue that teachers and students must acknowledge this melancholy and pursue shared inquiry around those emotions in order to help bring about understanding and the…
Descriptors: Public Schools, Standards, Teaching Methods, Educational Methods
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Yu, Jie – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2014
The question of truth as it relates to the teacher's role in the classroom raises not only issues of what and how we should teach, but challenges the very purpose of teaching. Since truth itself is a major question of phenomenology, the author chose to use the works of German philosopher Martin Heidegger for his phenomenological treatment of truth…
Descriptors: Teacher Role, Teaching Methods, Phenomenology, Educational Philosophy
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Kearl, Benjamin Kelsey – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2014
Through an interpretive analysis of how high school American history textbooks depict the urban-riots of the late-1960s, in this article the author discusses how textbooks incorporate and abject official knowledge related to the intersections of race and poverty. Incorporation is related with Raymond Williams' theory of the selective tradition and…
Descriptors: High Schools, History Instruction, Textbook Content, Textbooks
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Stemhagen, Kurt; Reich, Gabriel A.; Muth, William – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2014
This is a brief reply to Malewski's response to our article, "Disciplined Judgment: Toward a Reasonably Constrained Constructivism." There are several essential problems with the arguments presented in his article: (a) first, the intentions ascribed to our project in Dr. Malewski's response are inaccurate; (b) the response is supported…
Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Social Justice, Models, Criticism
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Hanson, Kristan M. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2014
In this article the author addresses one of the essential questions that face teachers today: How can we welcome the foreign into our lessons in an authentic way that makes education relevant to the ongoing social, cultural, and political dialogues through which diverse learners understand themselves and their worlds? In response to this question,…
Descriptors: Art Products, Art Education, Teaching Methods, Student Diversity
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Maudlin, Julie Garlen – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2014
In this article, I suggest that an ideology of hope, even "educated" (Giroux, 2003) and "radical" (Farley, 2009) conceptualizations, might be problematic for curriculum theory because it operates to reinscribe White privilege and perpetuate the assumption that Whites can transcend the critique of Whiteness (Applebaum, 2010).…
Descriptors: Ideology, Educational Theories, Curriculum, Psychological Patterns
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Burdick, Jake – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2014
This article describes and enacts a process of autobiographical inquiry, auto/archeology, which seeks to address problematic confluences of memory and identity in reconstructing one's historical narrative. Drawing on curriculum theory and Lacanian psychoanalysis, the author describes a process of excavation in which understandings of a prior…
Descriptors: Autobiographies, Inquiry, Memory, Identification (Psychology)
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Meyer, Karen Ann; Vellani, Al-Munir – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2014
In "Cinema Paradiso" (Tomatore, 1988), Salvatore's love of movies came from spending his earlier, young life inside a cinema with the fatherly projectionist Alfredo, now blind and bitter. Alfredo is right. Life is much harder, yes, yet still very much "like in the movies" filled with frustrated actions, performed inside blind…
Descriptors: Films, Film Study, Urban Education, Seminars
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Snaza, Nathan – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2013
Theorists as diverse as Plato, Rousseau, Freire, Apple, and the New London Group have understood education as a practice that "makes" humans. Positing education as a practice of humanization has long been understood to be the highest, most lofty good. By drawing on feminism, critical race studies, and postcolonial studies, the author of…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Humanization, Humanistic Education, Feminism
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Gershon, Walter S.; Van Deventer, George V. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2013
This collaborative piece represents one of the first iterations of a methodological possibility called sounded narratives. It is also a performative piece of sound/art, a narrative about a poet and his voice, stories that are as much about himself as they are about curricular possibilities and the power of art. Based on a pair of over two-hour…
Descriptors: Personal Narratives, Authors, Poetry, Interviews
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