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Duran, Antonio; Okello, Wilson – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2018
Employing an autoethnographic approach, the two authors explore what it means to have a marginalized body as educators in the classroom. Both authors identify as doctoral students of color who are passionate about critical forms of pedagogy, having had multiple experiences in teaching undergraduate courses focused on issues of power and privilege.…
Descriptors: Autobiographies, Ethnography, College Faculty, Teaching Methods
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Lavina, Leanne; Fleet, Alma; Niland, Amanda – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2017
Understanding how teachers come to know and make sense of teaching is a challenging endeavor. Uncovering elusive strands of thinking through arts-informed approaches has the potential to transform personal understandings of teacher selves and professional practice across diverse early childhood contexts (Clandinin, Downey, & Huber, 2009).…
Descriptors: Professional Identity, Art Expression, Early Childhood Education, Preschool Teachers
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Baker, J. Scott – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2017
In the fall of 2015, the author conducted a national survey of over 1,000 former high school speech and debate competitors. As he told a colleague, he was drowning in data. It was a good problem to have, but he was not sure how to thoroughly examine the heart of data; how would he make meaning of their experiences? Then, he realized, the answer…
Descriptors: High School Students, Alumni, Public Speaking, Debate
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Rocha, Samuel D. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2016
This article will move in five parts. It begins with some priming notes on the relationship between philosophy of education and curriculum theory. Then it rehearses a collage of selected passages from a recent book, "Folk Phenomenology: Education, Study, and the Human Person" (Rocha, 2015a). Then the author works in a more speculative…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Educational Theories, Phenomenology, Folk Culture
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Burdick, Jake – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2014
This article describes and enacts a process of autobiographical inquiry, auto/archeology, which seeks to address problematic confluences of memory and identity in reconstructing one's historical narrative. Drawing on curriculum theory and Lacanian psychoanalysis, the author describes a process of excavation in which understandings of a prior…
Descriptors: Autobiographies, Inquiry, Memory, Identification (Psychology)
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Meyer, Karen Ann; Vellani, Al-Munir – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2014
In "Cinema Paradiso" (Tomatore, 1988), Salvatore's love of movies came from spending his earlier, young life inside a cinema with the fatherly projectionist Alfredo, now blind and bitter. Alfredo is right. Life is much harder, yes, yet still very much "like in the movies" filled with frustrated actions, performed inside blind…
Descriptors: Films, Film Study, Urban Education, Seminars
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Gershon, Walter S.; Van Deventer, George V. – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2013
This collaborative piece represents one of the first iterations of a methodological possibility called sounded narratives. It is also a performative piece of sound/art, a narrative about a poet and his voice, stories that are as much about himself as they are about curricular possibilities and the power of art. Based on a pair of over two-hour…
Descriptors: Personal Narratives, Authors, Poetry, Interviews