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Boveda, Mildred; Reyes, Ganiva; Aronson, Brittany – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
As three teacher educators with familial ties to the Global South, but academically trained within the Global North, we adopt a de/colonial, intersectional feminist lens to analyze the "general education curriculum" in the United States. We use testimonios, each told in first-person, as entry points where we situate the entanglement of…
Descriptors: Females, Minority Group Students, Students with Disabilities, Special Education
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Hillary, Alyssa – Curriculum Inquiry, 2019
When we consider disability and the curriculum, we usually mean preparing professionals to work with people with disabilities or including students with disabilities. Here, I provide a personal description of these ideas colliding. It's Fall 2017, and I'm taking a course on Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). That means it's about…
Descriptors: Disabilities, Curriculum, Students with Disabilities, Augmentative and Alternative Communication
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Nxumalo, Fikile; Vintimilla, Cristina D.; Nelson, Narda – Curriculum Inquiry, 2018
In this article, the authors critically and generatively encounter emergent curriculum, drawing from their experiences working as pedagogistas in three different early childhood education centres in Western Canada. The intent is to engage with the concept of emergence as that which can bring ethical and political engagements with curriculum and…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Curriculum Design, Foreign Countries, Curriculum
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Díaz Beltrán, Ana Carolina – Curriculum Inquiry, 2018
In this article, I describe how a curriculum of dislocation produces subjectivities offered in discourses that centre "First World"/Eurocentric/developed subject positions through nation state frameworks. I knit stories of colonialism and imperialism with my lived experiences as a former student in the postcolonial context of Colombia…
Descriptors: Personal Narratives, Vignettes, Foreign Policy, Feminism
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Baker, Bernadette – Curriculum Inquiry, 2017
The demand for evidence in particular forms shapes contemporary educational policy, curriculum studies' debates over the politics of knowledge "versus" wisdom, and research into classroom practice. This paper provides a genealogical trace that examines the arbitrary and historical linkage of discourses of vision (especially when vision…
Descriptors: Social Science Research, Educational Research, Educational Policy, Evidence
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Nieto, Diego; Bickmore, Kathy – Curriculum Inquiry, 2017
This paper discusses findings from focus groups with youth located in underprivileged surroundings in one large multicultural city in Canada and in a moderately large city in Mexico, examining their understandings and lived experiences of migration-related conflicts. Canadian participants framed these conflicts as a problem of racist attitudes…
Descriptors: Immigration, Focus Groups, Disadvantaged, Racial Bias
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Coloma, Roland Sintos – Curriculum Inquiry, 2017
If knowledge production is indelibly central to curriculum inquiry, then a critical investigation into the conditions of racialized minority and diasporic subjects in general and of Filipina/os in particular can shed light on the intersection of curriculum, empire, and global migration, a topic which has received relatively little attention in…
Descriptors: Curriculum, Global Approach, Curriculum Research, Racial Bias
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Bajaj, Monisha; Bartlett, Lesley – Curriculum Inquiry, 2017
This article explores the curricular approaches of three public high schools in the US that serve newly arrived immigrant and refugee youth, in order to define and illustrate a "critical transnational curriculum." Drawing from qualitative research over the past 10 years at the different school sites, the authors posit four tenets of a…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Refugees, High School Students, Citizen Participation
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Mason, Lance – Curriculum Inquiry, 2016
This paper examines the high school media education textbook that Marshall McLuhan and coauthors published in 1977. "The City as Classroom" textbook provides an articulation of the practical implications of McLuhan's media theories. I offer an explication of this approach and its significance for contemporary media education, while…
Descriptors: High Schools, Textbooks, Textbook Content, Media Literacy
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Sembiante, Sabrina – Curriculum Inquiry, 2016
New challenges in education, stemming from the forces of globalization and the continued diversification of the student body, illuminate the need for a reexamination of the role of language in curriculum studies. Through a discussion of the issues around multilingualism and translanguaging and the shift in perspective that these topics have…
Descriptors: Multilingualism, Epistemology, Bilingual Education, Critical Theory
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de Oliveira, Thiago Ranniery Moreira; Lopes, Danielle Bastos – Curriculum Inquiry, 2016
Humanism and the concept of the human that informs pedagogical discourse have been increasingly questioned by what has been called "post-human times." In this paper, we situate Paulo Freire's (1970) "Pedagogy of the Oppressed," and Nathan Snaza and John Weaver's (2014) "Posthumanism and Educational Research" within…
Descriptors: Humanism, Critical Theory, Foreign Countries, Curriculum Development
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Desai, Karishma – Curriculum Inquiry, 2016
This article examines the recently released "Girl Rising" film and associated campaign to analyze how the guarantee that girls' education is panacea for local, national and global solutions is sedimented through affective logics. I view Girl Rising as a curriculum inclusive of the film, accompanying packaged lesson plans for educators,…
Descriptors: Females, Empathy, Teaching Methods, Films
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Sonu, Debbie – Curriculum Inquiry, 2016
This paper is about memory, the elusive process of remembering and of an encounter between a researcher and a participant who after five years reunited to remember. The object under study is a high school social justice curriculum with a central focus on the development of social action projects. Grounded in Pitt and Britzman's work on difficult…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Accountability, High School Students, Grade 10
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Ohito, Esther Oganda – Curriculum Inquiry, 2016
The currents of elitism surging through curriculum studies in the United States have long been of chief concern to critical scholars in the field. Elements of this elitism running along racialized, gendered, classed and other such lines elide to marginalize knowledge generated by and about the "other." For this racialized, gendered,…
Descriptors: Females, Feminism, African Americans, Blacks
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Peacock, David; Lingard, Robert; Sellar, Sam – Curriculum Inquiry, 2015
The Australian curriculum, as a policy imagining what learning should take place in schools, and what that learning should achieve, involves the imagining and rescaling of social relations amongst students, their schools, the nation-state and the globe. Following David Harvey's theorisations of space-time and Norman Fairclough's operationalisation…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Curriculum, Indigenous Populations, Culturally Relevant Education
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