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Tillett, Wade; Barney, Daniel T.; Kalin, Nadine M.; Lopez, Hector D.; Ergas, Oren; Au, Christopher; McLeod, Heather; Ryan, Maureen – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2019
The goals of this research are to analyze, explore, disrupt, and (re)create modes of being and knowing in relation to text. In particular, we focus on the educational research text. We are asking author-readers to theorize materially: Who does this journal article think you are? And further, Who could I become if I use this as raw material, as…
Descriptors: Reader Text Relationship, Educational Research, Authors, Journal Articles
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Huddleston, Gabriel – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2018
This paper posits a move "toward the concrete" as a specific combination of curriculum studies and Cultural Studies, placing it squarely within the frames of postqualitative research (Lather & St. Pierre, 2013; St. Pierre, 2011, 2013b, 2014). In addition to examining the theoretical legacies of the aforementioned fields, this paper…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Constructivism (Learning), Curriculum Development, Theory Practice Relationship
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Ford, Derek R. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2018
Presenting the current mode of production as a triumvirate of capital, learning, and debt, I argue that a certain education and rhythm reinforce exploitation and domination. I propose queer communist study to break out of this regime. I first turn to Lee Edelman's polemic against reproductive futurism, which commits us to the logic of identity,…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, Social Systems, Marxian Analysis, Educational Theories
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Godwin, Jeremy T. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2018
Glenn Savage (2014) poses a serious issue to the field of public pedagogy: to articulate what "form" of public is being evoked in and by the research. In this article, I will conceptualize the formation of a prophetic public, one that exhibits both critique and hope, hallmarks of the prophetic stance. This research is grounded in a…
Descriptors: Poetry, Teaching Methods, Hispanic Americans, Citizen Participation
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Bertling, Joy G. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2017
As place is intimately tied to students' lived experiences, investigations into place can illuminate knowledge of students, schools, and communities and serve as inspiration for future place-based curricular endeavors. This study, through a dual-layered, arts-based educational research (ABER) design, offered student teachers the opportunity to…
Descriptors: Art Education, Educational Research, Critical Theory, Teaching Methods
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Zaliwska, Zofia – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2016
I offer Klein's "Leap into the void" as an entrĂ©e into exploring the complexities of qualitative research in education. In exposing the ways in which performance photography/documentation performs on the boundaries of representation, Klein helps us to think about representation and dissemination differently. Through this article I will…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Photography
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McKnight, Lucinda – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2016
This article shifts from the formal learning spaces of school and university to an Australian public swimming pool to playfully engage some of the dilemmas that recent theory poses for curriculum studies. The article enacts multiple diffractions (Barad, 2007) as theory becomes swimming and swimming becomes theory, and ideas and movements are…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Therapy, Learning Theories, Humanism
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Burke, Kevin; Segall, Avner – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2015
This article focuses on the possible ways in which the standards movement and the assessments and curricular interventions that come along with it, draw on inherently religious (Judeo-Christian) language and traditions. Contributing to a larger critical conversation about standards and impact on education, and building on an emerging scholarly…
Descriptors: Academic Standards, Intervention, Judaism, Christianity
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Baker, Bernadette – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2015
Within educational research across Europe and the US, one of the most rapidly traveling discourses and highly funded pursuits of the moment is brain-based learning (BBL). BBL is an approach to curriculum and pedagogical decision-making that is located within the new field of educational neuroscience. In some strands of BBL research the structure…
Descriptors: Brain, Neurosciences, Educational Research, Teaching Methods
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Garrett, H. James – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2015
This article is derived from my practice as a teacher educator working with social studies teachers. In it, I write in tentative steps to think pedagogically about the ways that encountering a particular text, Toni Morrison's novel "Beloved," can illustrate the ways in which knowledge is reformed or recognized in the pedagogical scene.…
Descriptors: Novels, Teaching Methods, Teacher Educators, Social Studies
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Kawka, Marta; Nieddu, Mick – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2015
In artist-teacher practice, what separates the art practice of an artist-teacher from their art teaching? At what point does art practice stop and art teaching begin? In what instance does an artwork concept begin? Where does an idea for a student art activity come from? Is the creative process different in conceptualizing our own artwork compared…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Artists, Art Education, Art Activities