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Block, Corrie R. – Critical Questions in Education, 2019
Space has been opened to question heteronormativity and to address the assumption that each student in k-12 schools identifies as heterosexual. Is anything happening in this space? What affective behaviors, attitudes and beliefs do teachers who teach LGBTQ+ topics demonstrate? Conversely, what affective behaviors, attitudes and beliefs prevent…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Sexual Orientation, Sexual Identity, Homosexuality
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Quinn, Dory E.; Cornelius-White, Jeffrey; MacGregor, Cynthia; Uribe-Zarain, Ximena – Critical Questions in Education, 2019
First-generation college students have received considerable attention in education research, yet there is still much that is unknown about their unique college experiences. This mixed-methods study provides a unique perspective on first-generation college students through the application of McClusky's theory of margin to first-generation students…
Descriptors: First Generation College Students, Academic Support Services, Federal Programs, Student Experience
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Hail, Cindy; Hurst, Beth; Chang, Ching-Wen; Cooper, William – Critical Questions in Education, 2019
Accreditation serves many constituents and for a variety of reasons. It attempts to attest to the quality of a particular program that in most cases prepares people to enter a specific job or profession. The study examined faculty perceptions of the CAEP process in accrediting their teacher education programs and the impact on resources including…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Universities, Accreditation (Institutions), College Faculty
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Bati, Kaan – Critical Questions in Education, 2019
In recent years, the trend in science education is toward scientific processes rather than scientific knowledge. An effective science education not only requires the active involvement of students in scientific investigations, but also the development of engagement in discussions about scientific and social issues. To develop students' discussion…
Descriptors: Science Education, Science Curriculum, Persuasive Discourse, Foreign Countries
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Utecht, Jeff; Keller, Doreen – Critical Questions in Education, 2019
This paper will examine the eight principles of Connectivism Learning Theory and provide examples of how institutions of learning--K-12 and higher education--may think about applying them. Engaging in such work will allow institutions to take advantage of technological platforms as they exist today and into the future. While the Internet has…
Descriptors: Learning Theories, Elementary Schools, Secondary Schools, Critical Thinking
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Anderson, Morgan; Keehn, Gabriel – Critical Questions in Education, 2019
New developments in digital technologies have caused dramatic shifts in public education. The purpose of this paper is to address these tensions in order to explore the compatibility of critical pedagogy with digital scholarship. We ultimately argue that many of these new technologies, and the pedagogies they give rise to, tend to neutralize the…
Descriptors: Social Media, Critical Theory, Teacher Role, Information Technology
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Kruger-Ross, Matthew – Critical Questions in Education, 2019
The severity of the challenges made to traditionally and historically accepted understandings of truth, what is true, what is false and "fake," and even what is real, continues unabated in American public discourse. Nevertheless, the primary argument in this paper does not aim to identify the causes of the breakdown of representation…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Anti Intellectualism, Hermeneutics, Phenomenology
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Quantz, Mary; Buell, Jason Y. – Critical Questions in Education, 2019
Traditional education scholarship has historically excluded or silenced knowledges from disenfranchised communities that are deeply impacted by education research, policy, and practice, contributing to the epistemic injustice they experience. In this article we argue that research-intensive public universities should be committed to addressing…
Descriptors: Epistemology, Social Justice, Educational Research, Scholarship
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Ford, Derek R.; Jandric, Petar – Critical Questions in Education, 2019
The figure of the public intellectual and the act of public pedagogy are fairly central to varieties of critical pedagogy. Public intellectuals have historically been those who speak truth to power and challenge dominant ways of thinking, and critical pedagogy argues that academics have to take up this call, leaving the ivory towers and entering…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Influence of Technology, Social Change, Mass Instruction
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Brewer, T. Jameson; Heilig, Julian Vasquez – Critical Questions in Education, 2019
Inspired by a lively discussion during the Southeastern Philosophy of Education Society's annual meeting in 2017, this special issue explores the roles, purposes, possibilities, and caveats of leveraging digital communication technologies (e.g., blogs, social media, etc.) within the academy. As scholars continue to grapple with and integrate new…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Information Technology, College Faculty, Social Media
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Heilig, Julian Vasquez; Brewer, T. Jameson – Critical Questions in Education, 2019
To make the case for academia's engagement in knowledge mobilization and public scholarship in social media, we begin by providing a justification for the use of new technological modes for integrating scholarly endeavors. As an example, Sun Tzu's Art of War philosophy is applied to academic scholarship within the present school reform discourse…
Descriptors: Social Media, Scholarship, Tenure, Research
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Dwyer, Eric – Critical Questions in Education, 2018
Historical events in Arizona, including very recent ones, are eerily similar to those of Rwanda. In this article, stories of Arizona's political history are relayed while recalling those leading to Rwanda's genocide. The stories include references to key roles education policy has played in the oppression of students labeled Tutsi and students…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Immigrants, Death, Cognitive Mapping
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Ares, Nancy; Evans, Dawn M.; Harnischfeger, Alice M. – Critical Questions in Education, 2018
We investigate 10th-grade Latinx and African American high school students' engagement in a reform-oriented curriculum designed to foster their critical social analysis of urban schooling. Students' designs of "ideal schools" based on their studies of their neighborhoods largely reproduced existing inequitable structures and practices of…
Descriptors: African American Students, High School Students, Hispanic American Students, Grade 10
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Guyotte, Kelly W. – Critical Questions in Education, 2018
Maxine Greene centered the arts as important sites for cultivating a more relational and ethical means of educating students. Advocating for an aesthetic pedagogy, Greene conceived of aesthetics as a philosophy that studies artistic making, perception, and affect as a means of understanding experiences, and the meaning of those experiences as…
Descriptors: Aesthetics, Imagination, Aesthetic Education, Art Education
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Borrero, Noah; Ziauddin, Asra; Ahn, Alexandra – Critical Questions in Education, 2018
This paper presents the voices of thirteen pre- and in-service teachers to showcase their perspectives of culturally relevant pedagogy as a teaching framework. Positionality, critical consciousness, and cultural assets are used as foundations to explore social justice pedagogy. These new teachers discuss the challenges they face in making the…
Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, Culturally Relevant Education, Ethnicity, Social Justice
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