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Letiche, Hugo – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2017
In this article, the author offer a response to Nathan Snaza's (2013a, 2013b, 2014a; Sonu & Snaza, 2015) "bewildering" pedagogy as developed in the "Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy". Pedagogy is about the role of being-with in human development; it does not primarily answer to cognitive or competency development or…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Humanism, Humanistic Education, Role of Education
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Snaza, Nathan – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2017
This article is a response to Hugo Letiche's "Bewildering Pedagogy," an extended critique of many of Snaza's published texts. In it, Snaza selected four important points of disagreement and elaborated four tensions between Letiche's claims and his own present thinking--tensions that all turn on ontological and epistemological axioms…
Descriptors: Politics, Humanism, Definitions, Altruism
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Rocha, Samuel D. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2017
In this article, I interrupt in the exchange between Hugo Letiche and Nathan Snaza published in this same issue. What concerns me are a series of unsophisticated questions about method, including the repudiation of curriculum as method and syllabus, which I will initially refer to, and later endorse, as "the shitty curriculum."
Descriptors: Curriculum, Philosophy, Humanism, Classical Literature
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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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Maudlin, Julie Garlen – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2014
In this article, I suggest that an ideology of hope, even "educated" (Giroux, 2003) and "radical" (Farley, 2009) conceptualizations, might be problematic for curriculum theory because it operates to reinscribe White privilege and perpetuate the assumption that Whites can transcend the critique of Whiteness (Applebaum, 2010).…
Descriptors: Ideology, Educational Theories, Curriculum, Psychological Patterns
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Snaza, Nathan – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2013
Theorists as diverse as Plato, Rousseau, Freire, Apple, and the New London Group have understood education as a practice that "makes" humans. Positing education as a practice of humanization has long been understood to be the highest, most lofty good. By drawing on feminism, critical race studies, and postcolonial studies, the author of…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Humanization, Humanistic Education, Feminism