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Stemhagen, Kurt; Reich, Gabriel A.; Muth, William – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2013
Teachers wishing to apply constructivist theories to P-12 pedagogy must skillfully move between student knowledge constructions and powerful disciplinary knowledge and discourses. Although the gulf between these two ways of knowing varies markedly by discipline, constructivist methods are often taught as if they can be applied uniformly across all…
Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Elementary Secondary Education, Preservice Teacher Education, Teacher Education Programs
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Lukasik, Jason Michael – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2013
In this article the author examines how we might imagine justice across specied and man-made divisions. Taking into account how we are enclosed by our own social and institutional constructions, through this short story the author explores the nuances of critical inquiry, captivity, and our ecological fate.
Descriptors: Social Justice, Figurative Language, Animals, Inquiry
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Malewski, Erik – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2013
In this essay, I offer a response to Stemhagen, Reich, and Muth's (see EJ1089246) delineation of disciplined judgment. I draw from my latest obsession with epistemologies of ignorance to complicate their focus on disciplinarity with questions over how non-knowledge gets framed and created. I use Suniti Sharma's seven-year study to highlight the…
Descriptors: Curriculum, Vignettes, Teaching Methods, Social Bias
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Barros, Sandro R. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2013
In this article the author takes as a point of departure certain discursive practices employed by physicists credited with popularizing the field of quantum mechanics in order to posit the relationship between space, learning, and the perception of pedagogical realities as trans-local phenomena. More specifically, through this article the author…
Descriptors: Curriculum, Quantum Mechanics, Mechanics (Physics), Science Curriculum
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Goulding, Cathlin; Walter, Mia; Friedrich, Daniel – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2013
In this article the authors focus on three sites in different areas of the world that share the characteristic of having been schools, prisons, concentration camps, and, in two cases, museums, sometimes in that order and on all occasions with periods of overlapping functions. The main goal of the authors will be to explore the questions that…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Citizenship, Educational Facilities, Museums
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Malewski, Erik – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2012
Through this article the author extends the study of the curricular body and mothering curriculum initiated by Stephanie Springgay and Deborah Freedman with a study into the embodied experiences of gay men living with HIV. In the first section, the author focuses on difference as embodiment before and after HIV in order to craft analytic frames of…
Descriptors: Males, Homosexuality, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Interpersonal Relationship
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Eisenhauer, Jennifer – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2012
Through arts-based research and digital storytelling, the author investigates the representation of psychiatric disabilities in this article and proposes that digital storytelling can be an interventionist artistic and pedagogical process through which to challenge dominant stigmatizing representations of psychiatric disability.
Descriptors: Story Telling, Mental Disorders, Intervention, Social Bias
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Foote, Mary Q.; Bartell, Tonya Gau – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2012
Through this performance ethnography the authors present the stories of emerging scholars who in their research identify an interest in equity issues in the field of mathematics education. The article is based on life-story interviews with 26 participants. Six composite characters were developed to represent the voices of the participants.…
Descriptors: Mathematics Education, Teaching Methods, Racial Factors, Social Class
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Bondy, Jennifer M. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2012
In this article the author discusses Foucault's heterotopia analytic and applies it to a film analysis of Quinceañera. Engaging in feminist and critical media scholarship, the author outlines U.S. discourses on girlhood and their collusion with patriarchal and heteronormative discourses on Latino cultural nationalism in the regulation, control,…
Descriptors: Females, Gender Issues, Sexuality, Cultural Influences
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Lewkowich, David – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2012
In this article the author looks at a particular episode of the television show, Breaking Bad, as a means to explore the pedagogical implications of the Kristevan notion of abjection, and its relation to the emotions of love and hate, and the emergence of teacher narcissism as an inevitable offshoot of the antagonisms in learning. This particular…
Descriptors: Television, Emotional Response, Personality Traits, Teacher Characteristics
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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
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Garcia, Luis-Genaro – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2012
In this article, artist, educator, and activist Luis-Genaro Garcia describes the development and impact of the "May Day service learning project" on his advanced painting class in a high school in South Los Angeles. The project emerged from students' interests: their ideas, concerns for their community, socio-political consciousness, and…
Descriptors: Service Learning, Painting (Visual Arts), High School Students, School Community Relationship
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