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Ergas, Oren – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2017
Against the pressures of standardization, some argue for the need to expand teachers' awareness to their "teaching self" because teachers "teach who they are." This article acknowledges the importance of this orientation; however, it is suggested that its implementation requires overcoming social reproduction. Teachers may have…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Metacognition, Student Projects, Teaching Methods
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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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Lewkowich, David – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2012
In this article the author looks at a particular episode of the television show, Breaking Bad, as a means to explore the pedagogical implications of the Kristevan notion of abjection, and its relation to the emotions of love and hate, and the emergence of teacher narcissism as an inevitable offshoot of the antagonisms in learning. This particular…
Descriptors: Television, Emotional Response, Personality Traits, Teacher Characteristics