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Koh, Aaron – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
This article is a response to Allan Luke's [(2018). "Critical literacy, schooling, and social justice: The selected works of Allan Luke". New York, NY: Routledge] provocation to "join an international, intercultural and peer-conversation" about the imaginings and possibilities of "an education for critical literacies"…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Critical Literacy, Teaching Methods, Reflection
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Brandt, Deborah – Curriculum Inquiry, 2015
This brief commentary first clarifies Brandt's concept of sponsors of literacy in light of the way the concept has been taken up in writing studies. Then it treats Brandt's methods for handling accounts of literacy learning in comparison with other ways of analyzing biographical material. Finally it takes up Lawrence's argument about literacy…
Descriptors: Literacy, Cultural Influences, Educational Theories, Writing (Composition)
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Roth, Wolff-Michael – Curriculum Inquiry, 2013
In this article, I (1) argue for approaching processes, events-in-the-making, by means of process categories--to learn, to teach--not by means of categories that denote differences in state and (2) exemplify doing and writing research consistent with process philosophy. To understand process we must not think, research, and write them in terms of…
Descriptors: Curriculum, Educational Theories, Geometry, Elementary School Mathematics
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Gay, Geneva – Curriculum Inquiry, 2013
This discussion examines some of the major issues and attributes of culturally responsive teaching. It begins with explaining my views of culturally responsive teaching and how I incorporate cultural responsiveness in my writing to teach readers what it means. These general conceptual frameworks are followed by a discussion of some specific…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Culturally Relevant Education, Student Diversity, Resistance (Psychology)
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Panjwani, Farid – Curriculum Inquiry, 2012
The article provides a critical appreciation of the educational thought of Fazlur Rahman, a major figure in the 20th-century Muslim modernist trend. By situating his life and work in the history of Muslim reform, the article brings into relief distinctive elements of his intellectual project. Connections between Fazlur Rahman's philosophy of…
Descriptors: Muslims, Islamic Culture, Islam, Educational Philosophy
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Goulah, Jason; Ito, Takao – Curriculum Inquiry, 2012
This essay review focuses on Daisaku Ikeda (b. 1928) and his curriculum of Soka, or value-creating, education present in two works: "Choose Life: A Dialogue" (Toynbee & Ikeda, 1976) and "Thoughts on Education for Global Citizenship" (Ikeda, 1996b). In reviewing these works, the authors trace the biographical roots of Ikeda's educational philosophy…
Descriptors: Mentors, Citizenship, Educational Philosophy, Family Life
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Evans, Ma. Cecilia Fierro; Pons, Flavio Rojo – Curriculum Inquiry, 2012
This article introduces Sylvia Schmelkes's contributions in the field of intercultural education. An outstanding Mexican educational researcher, Schmelkes was General Coordinator of the Intercultural and Bilingual General Coordination (GCIBE) at the Mexican Ministry of Public Education from its inception in 2001 until 2007. This article provides a…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Educational Change, Foreign Countries, Educational Researchers
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Osorio, Carlos Rojas – Curriculum Inquiry, 2012
Considered one of the forefathers of the social sciences and humanities throughout Latin America, Eugenio Maria de Hostos (1839-1903) also made important contributions to educational thinking, establishing important educational programs in places like Chile and the Dominican Republic. Hostos is also a key historical figure in the struggle for…
Descriptors: Democracy, Role of Education, Social Sciences, Foreign Countries
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Lin, Angel M. Y. – Curriculum Inquiry, 2012
Chen's book, "Asia as Method" (Duke University Press, 2010), and his theorization on topics of de-imperialization, de-colonization, de-cold war, as well as on foregrounding epistemologies and frames of reference situated in the diverse contexts in Asia have contributed to empowering scholars and researchers situated not only in Taiwan,…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, War, Foreign Countries, Curriculum
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Maodzwa-Taruvinga, Mandivavarira; Cross, Michael – Curriculum Inquiry, 2012
South Africa's attainment of democracy in 1994 culminated in an educational reform anchored on an outcomes-based curriculum which was initially labelled Curriculum 2005 (C2005). The reform process and ensuing policy was rooted in labour movement debates and informed by the outcomes-based education (OBE) experiences in Australia and New Zealand.…
Descriptors: Outcome Based Education, Racial Segregation, Democracy, Conflict
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Richardson, Troy – Curriculum Inquiry, 2011
This conceptual essay explores how Gerald Vizenor's (Anishinaabe) literary discussions of "shadow survivance" provide opportunities to work against the containment of Indigenous knowledge in mainstream and culture-based curricular practices. More specifically, the essay considers how constructivism is deployed as an opening to the inclusion of…
Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Indigenous Knowledge, American Indians, Curriculum Development
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Stearns, Jennie; Sandlin, Jennifer A.; Burdick, Jake – Curriculum Inquiry, 2011
In this article, we examine John Updike's short story "A&P" and its depiction of the grocery store as a curricular space re/presenting consumption and resistance to it. We position Updike's fictional A&P as a space where the "big curriculum" (Schubert, 2006a) of consumption is enacted in everyday life and explore both how the curriculum of…
Descriptors: Ideology, Educational Practices, Consumer Education, Fiction
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Tarc, Aparna Mishra – Curriculum Inquiry, 2011
Supporting learners' public engagement with traumatic histories of mass human violence can develop and sustain reparative relations across and between strained social collectives. In this article I theorize the intrapersonal and inter-political dynamics of psychical and social reparation through a classroom case of reparative learning. I analyze…
Descriptors: Novels, Learner Engagement, Trauma, Violence
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Farley, Lisa – Curriculum Inquiry, 2009
Curricular questions of what and how knowledge should matter take on particular urgency when the knowledge at stake refers to cultural devastation in history. Whereas narratives of progress and discourses of "protecting the child" continue to dominate the public imaginary, a number of curriculum theorists have begun to explore the multiple ways in…
Descriptors: Historians, History Instruction, Teachers, Psychiatry
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North, Connie E. – Curriculum Inquiry, 2009
How do democratic practices relate to social justice in our classrooms? What risks to social justice might democratic classroom discussions pose? In this article, I respond to these questions by drawing upon educational scholarship and data from a qualitative study in four U.S. secondary classrooms on the meanings and implications of teaching for…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Educational Change, Literacy, Scholarship
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