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Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice 2015-Oct-15 to 2015-Oct-18
"A Talk to Teachers": Reflections on Baltimore in the face of not "new" understandings
1 Teachers’ Beliefs, Educational Policy and Family Factors of New Immigrant Children in Taiwan
'It was illegal to be Mexican'-After-affects and the Tucson Mexican American Studies Ban
“Fevered Imaginations” and “Fantastical Contexts”: Fantasies of Education Policy
“I would still use tests.” Preservice teachers’ theorize about their classrooms under neoliberal “reforms”
Boucher, Jr., Michael.
“Next Stop, Bloor/Yonge”: A Critical Historical-Cartographical Reading of the Toronto Subway
“Only By Knowing What to Move”: The Ethics of (Aesthetic) Coercion
“…and no Black boy wants a mocha queen”: Race, Gender and “Acting White” in School
• Capsized Culture/Seafaring Discourse – Rescuing Curriculum and Our Planet
A Curriculum of Desire
A Game of Beads? Exploring an Ethics of Teaching
Ware, Jason. and Givens, Tanner.
A Glitch in the System-Terror, Censorship & Incivility
A Philosophical Foundation for Education Reform: Habermas's Funds of Knowledge
Academic Writing and Publications
Acoustemology of (Alter-global) Gender & Sexuality Education
All of This is Yours; Global Citizenship Education as Emancipatory Practice for African American Preschoolers
American Horror Stories: (Un)dead Pasts and Uncanny Curriculum in the Gothic Sensibilities of History Education
An Analysis of 27 Documentaries about Education
An Embodied Becoming-Other: Material Feminism, Curriculum, and the Mutually Entangled Spirit
Robbins, Kirsten. and Elfreich, Alycia.
An Ethic of Teacher Leadership: Stories of Transaction and Fidelity
Art as Critical Curriculum: Taking a Stance in the Teaching and Learning of the History of the Danish Slave Trade
Back to the Future: The Margaret Interviews
Beach Reading: Jaws as a Curriculum of Community
Becoming Teachers: Art & Creative Practice in Social Justice Education
Being and (un)becoming: Re-imagining teacher-student relationship from onto-epistemological perspective
Beyond Marriage Equality: Identifying Needs of LGBTQ-Parented Youth
Black Girl in Another Place and in Othered Space
Breaking the Strings of Standardization: Using Profanity to Achieve Hermeneutic Understanding
Campus rape culture as a heterosexist discourse: Lessons from LGBTQ student survivors
Capturing to the Murmur of the World: A New Image of Thought
Children’s Literature as Pedagogical Content and Method in Cultivating Global Teacher Ethics
Citizens of Tomorrow, Today: Student Councils and the Political Futurity of Youth
Coloniality and International Teacher Education
Rahatzad, Jubin. and Dockrill, Hannah.
Conflicting Views of Art Instruction, 1899-1938
Constructing the institutionalized individual: a reflection on the purpose of education.
Cosmopolitical possibilities: Approaching the limit of presence in curricular theory
Coyote Style Teaching: The Time of the Trickster is Now
Crisis Ordinariness & Teacher Education: Reading "Cruel Optimism" Pedagogically
Critical Race Curriculum as Oppositional Language for Teachers in Urban Schools
Critical theory and international development in higher education: Understanding challenges in maintaining quality standards after international monetary support ends
Culturally Responsive Leadership: Providing a Voice for the Voiceless within Educational Curriculum
Curriculum Theorizing in New Times: From Literacy to Sensibility
Democracy & Dragons: How do we teach citizenship in a continually devolving Wales?
Democracy, Ethics and Teacher Education Curriculum Thoughts on Cross-Paradigm Conversational Practices
Dress Code: The Oppressive Curriculum
Education Futures: Discourse as Driver of Innovation
Education and disaster aid in New Orleans
Emotion in the City: Pedagogical explorations of Baltimore’s 2015 Unrest
Emptying Curricular Space
Examining Critical Witnessing in Teacher Preparation: Troubling the Notion of the Calibrated Child
Leafgren, Sheri., Pond, Gavin., Abner, Megan., Aburmaieleh, Ameera., Flot, Lauren., Gundler, Megan., Lyons, Abby. and Rudy, Kristin.
Excavating Traces of Place through the Othered Self
Exploring the Hidden Curriculum Experienced by African American Female Students and the Academic Achievement Implications
Exploring the Power of Parental Counternarratives of Dis/Ability
Exploring youth identity: A poem in one or more parts
Failing to Conform: Identity, Teacher Candidates and the edTPA
Falling Down Memory Holes: 17th Century Openings
Fostering Empathy Through Visual Culture Art Integration
Fourfold Curriculum Theorizing: Informing an Ethical Response to William Pinar's Second Reconceptualizing Challenge
From Event-alizing Inquiry to Fractal Curriculum History
Globalization and Common Core State Standards: Implications for Teacher Education Trends in the United States
Globally Elite: Educating for Global Citizenship within an Elite Context
Howard, Adam., Stewart, Patrick. and Thinley, Sangay.
Goodbye Developmentally Appropriate Practices, Hello Audit Culture
Historicizing Transnational School Reforms (or, Why Not an Ethnography)?
Humanizing Education: (re)Thinking Education through Ubuntu
Identity, Culture, and Curriculum at the Intersections of Globalization and Postcolonialism in India
Imagination in Teacher Education
Imagining Jacques Rancière’s Ethic of Emancipation Within the Context of Teacher Education
In Search for Wholeness: Resisting the Seduction of Certainty
Interdisciplinary Curriculum Design and Embodied Cognition
Interest in Science: From a Matter of Fact to the Processes of its Materializing
Interrogating Power, Privilege, and White Supremacy in a Predominantly White Institution
Introducing the International Journal of Curriculum and Social Justice
Investigating Relational Aesthetics through Encounters with Place
Is There a Queerer Pedagogy? Or Stop Reading Queer
Lifelong Learner as the product of “making-up-future-citizen” project in OECD’s PISA
Losing to Boehner
Making modernity, Identity and Schooling in Taiwan, 1895~1920.
Making up a professional teacher in the era of lifelong learning
Making “the African:” Braiding the Social Sciences and Modern Schooling in the History of Education
Making-up "multicultural family" in South Korea: Globalization, lifelong learner, and gender performativity
Lee, Sun Young.
Mementos and Microbial Saints: Mid-Apocalypse Pedagogies of Consumptive and Scientific Salvation
Burdick, Jake. and Sandlin, Jennifer.
Mind the Gap: Hypermodernity and the Loss of Critical Distance
Missing Conversations in Academia
More Fluid Worlds: Spaces, Architectures, and New Materialisms
My valuable broken body: Knowing differently through embodied experience
Nationalizing ‘the Global’: Traveling Discourse on Globalization in Curriculum Reforms in S. Korea
Neil Postman’s Conserving Approach to Media Education
New Materialist Pedagogy: Reconsidering Community Art and Refugee Youths
New Times for Africana Philosophy
Nonviolence Curriculum and Crafting Agency in the Community College Classroom: A Critical Perspective of the Value of Interconnectedness
On Making Room for Others: Group Psychology and Education
Adams, Susan. and Buffington-Adams, Jamie.
One Story of an Initial Organizing Effort To Create an Urban Neighborhood Freirean Empowerment Zone
Parallel Problems: Students in Poverty, Online Education, and Neoliberal Discourses
Parasitism Revealed: On the Absence of Concession
Pedagogy of the Ragged Company: The Examination of Leadership through Prismatic Inquiry
Personal reflections on a feminist history of differential consciousness: From Amandla-Matla! and End Youth Prisons! to La conciencia de la mestiza!
Political Considerations for Neoliberal Education Reform Researchers
Presenter Fran Huckaby
Presenter Jennifer Job
Presenter Kelly Vaughan
Protesting dispossession through creating new spaces
Putting Badiou and Dewey in Dialogue: Transactional Fidelity or Fidelity to Transacting?
Re-Conceptualizing Mathematics Research and Curricula: Equity as More than Six Letters with No Traction
Gatza, Andrew. and Tillema, Erik.
Re-Reading Pragmatism: The Consequences of Friendship
Red & Black Nightmares: AutoPoetic Narratives of Black Boys Abroad
Redefining Education: Piloting Prism Theory and Prismatic Inquiry
Reimagining Baltimore: A call for cultural fluency, conflict transcendence, and doing things differently
Rejecting Babel: Freire’s literacy campaigns in Africa and the future of multilingual education in the United States
Rethinking Socratic Education: An Ontological Reading of Plato's Early Dialogues for Contemporary Education
Rethinking curriculum theorizing in the contemporary conflict-ridden world
Rethinking pedagogy of engagement: looking beyond the technical view
Schooling Racialized Bodies: Curriculum at the Intersection of Visibility and Absence
Schooling, Neoliberal Practices, and Critical Geographies: Contemporary US Schooling as a Jim Crow Space
Situating Environmental Education Research Using a Framework of Policy, Place, and Partnerships
Social Activism and Community Collaboration
Stop the Recording so You Can Listen to the Meaning: Settler Lands and Sensual Eruptions through Purposeful Approaches for Listening to Curriculum
Mitchell, Roland. and Mitchell, Reagan.
Stories, Counter-Stories, and Refusals to Tell
Dockrill, Hannah. and Rahatzad, Jubin.
Subjectivity, the self, and curriculum theory
TESOL Teacher Education in Libya: A Case Study
Teacher Decision-Making in a Complex Adaptive System With New Education Project
Teacher Performance Assessment, Governmentality, and Resistance
Teaching Social Justice Using the Colonizers' Language of Spanish
Hathaway Miranda, Heather.
The Aesthetic Experience and Korean Art: Releasing the Social Imagination in New Times
The City as Curriculum: The Baltimore Uprising and Spaces of Exception
The Colonized Spirit of the Afro-Caribbean Woman: A Miseducation of the Will
The Common Spaces of Artistic Teaching and Educative Mentoring
Chandler, Chelsea. and Krise, Kelsy.
The Curriculum of the Phallus
The Eagles Are Coming!: The Strengths and Weaknesses of a Triple-Chaired Dissertation Committee
The Generation of Diverse Knowledges Through a Social Justice Youth Empowerment Program
The Hermeneutic Circle: Curriculum, Interpretation, and the Cultural Politics of the Mentally Ill
Elfreich, Alycia. and Shaver, Erik.
The Imaginative Space of Negativity
The Other and Self in Dialogue: A Confucian-Western Reflection on International Professional Development as 仁 (ren) and 人道 (rendao)
The Paradoxical Nature of Unitary Curricula and Policies Amidst Increasing Multiculturalism in U.S. Schools
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Un-naturalizing time and observation in teacher development
Lee, Sun Young.
United States Education and the Future of American Democracy: What Are We Teaching Our Students?
Vouchers are X: Conceptual Framing of Education Vouchers in the Public Discourse over Indiana’s 2011 Choice Scholarship Program.
We Are All Zombies Now
What Can We Learn from Jurgen Habermas about Reading the Word and the World Critically?
What are the Terms and Limits of So-called Creativity?
When one is Too Many: Queer Youth, Suicide and Resilience of Spirit
Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice 2015-Oct-15 to 2015-Oct-18
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