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Sheng, Xiaoming – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2020
There is little literature which provides any analysis regarding the relationship between cultural order and home education. Research reported here found that home education has grown steadily in recent decades and that parents' motivation for home education was closely associated with cultural order. It was noticeable that Christian and Confucian…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Middle Class, Cultural Influences, Parent Attitudes
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Ferrada, Donatila – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2020
This work reports a group of experiences -- 'Dialogic Pedagogy Linking Worlds' -- in which community classrooms were formed in Chilean state schools under a collective-collaborative effort to rebuild a community deeply fragmented by social and economic inequalities reinforced by the Chilean education system. Research objectives focused on…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Public Schools, Instruction, Dialogs (Language)
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Ohito, Esther O. – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2020
This article paints a partial portrait of a White, antiracist, university-based teacher educator in the United States, and provides a snapshot of her antiracist pedagogy in practice. This snapshot is juxtaposed against (her own and others') theorising of antiracist pedagogy. Using reflexivity as methodology, I pay attention to my noticings of my…
Descriptors: Whites, Social Justice, Racial Bias, Teacher Educators
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Jensen, Iben; Lassen, Inger – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2020
This article explores how the translation of a pedagogical approach from a Danish University to a Ugandan university was negotiated by participants during a capacity building project. More specifically, it offers an empirical study of the planning process of transforming a traditional curriculum to a Problem Based Learning (PBL) curriculum and…
Descriptors: Problem Based Learning, Postcolonialism, Foreign Countries, Cultural Context
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Zembylas, Michalinos – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2020
The aim of this paper is to map a line of theorizing affect and its entanglement with post-truth, and use this theorization to think about what it could mean for the role of educators--that is, what can be done in education to respond critically to the affective infrastructures of post-truth politics? This question arises at a historical juncture…
Descriptors: Politics, Psychological Patterns, Ethics, Role of Education
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Biasutti, Michele; Concina, Eleonora; Frate, Sara – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2020
The current study analysed teachers' methodologies, practices and needs to promote the integration of newly arrived migrant/refugee pupils in educational contexts. Twentynine Italian primary and middle school teachers answered a qualitative survey analysed with ATLAS.ti software. In analysis, seven categories emerged: teaching values and beliefs;…
Descriptors: Migrants, Refugees, Elementary School Teachers, Middle School Teachers
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Marquis, Elizabeth; Johnstone, Katelyn; Puri, Varun – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2020
Hollywood film has been positioned as a form of public pedagogy -- a site of efficacious informal learning. Acknowledging this educative potential, this article examines the ways in which faculty and students perceive and respond to representations of higher education offered by popular film. Drawing on focus groups and interviews with 22…
Descriptors: Films, Popular Culture, Higher Education, College Students
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Parvin, Afroza; Moore, Steven A. – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2020
The purpose of this article is to reconsider the concept of "progress" in the context of educational colonialism in Bangladesh. It attempts to interpret contemporary conditions concerning progress in architectural education in light of a conceptual framework underpinned by two sets of terms borrowed from Freire, and Altbach and Kelly,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Architectural Education, Educational History, Foreign Policy
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Kalthoff, Herbert; Wiesemann, Jutta; Lange, Jochen; Roehl, Tobias – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2020
For the everyday education of students in schools, objects are made available to teachers that illustrate subject matter and make it comprehensible. These objects are created to make something visible, so that it can be presented, worked on, and understood. This article starts from the assumption that didactic objects are not neutral media: In the…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Teaching Methods, Epistemology, Corporations
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Stearns, Clio – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2020
In many countries, in contemporary math curricula, particularly in early childhood and childhood classrooms, it is considered crucial to encourage children to show their work, to concretely represent their thinking. This article takes up an historiography of this trend (from an American perspective), and draws on case studies of elementary…
Descriptors: Mathematics Curriculum, Elementary School Mathematics, Elementary School Students, Psychiatry
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Zembylas, Michalinos – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2020
This article examines the important role of affect in pedagogical efforts to engage students with complicity in the social justice classroom. Recent theoretical shifts on affect and complicity enable education scholars and practitioners to move the focus away from what we do not want (i.e., more complicity) toward anti-complicity. The new openings…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Teaching Methods, Political Attitudes, Learner Engagement
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Koutsoklenis, Athanasios; Honkasilta, Juho; Brunila, Kristiina – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2020
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a debated phenomenon and the link between schooling and the occurrence of ADHD diagnoses is worth critical scrutiny. This paper contributes to the academic debate by providing a literature review of the evidence on the influence of relative age effect (RAE) on being diagnosed with ADHD. Firstly,…
Descriptors: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Correlation, Clinical Diagnosis, Cultural Context
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Kruger, Frans; Le Roux, Adré – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2020
This article draws on Felix Guattari's proposition of subject and subjected groups to explore the interplay between individual and group subjectivity within the higher education context in South Africa. The exploration is specifically orientated towards considering the pedagogical possibilities of the concept of fabulation. Schizoanalysis is…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Higher Education, Educational Philosophy, Teaching Methods
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Norlund, Anita – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2020
This article deals with an educational practice that involved mainstreaming students taking Swedish as a second language and others taking Swedish as a first language. It explores the fiction-reading teaching practice in this mainstreaming framework, a matter of which has been intensely debated internationally. Three upper secondary classes and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Swedish, Second Language Instruction, Native Language Instruction
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Briant, Elizabeth; Doherty, Catherine; Dooley, Karen; English, Rebecca – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2020
Australia's private tutoring market is expanding in a context where parents' trust in school personnel as educational experts is vulnerable. Simultaneously, a parentocratic logic is nudging parents to infuse the resources at their disposal into their pedagogic work in order to achieve the educational outcomes that they wish for their children.…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Advertising, Tutoring, Private Education
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