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Articles from Vol. 31, No. 3, 2017

A Living Curriculum of Orgullo
TODAY'S LIVING CONTEXT is full of inconsistencies and paradoxes, and such ambiguities require individuals to be in constant change. We position ourselves from the premise that identity is a complex construction involving an indefinite contextual process...
An Activists Handbook for the Education Revolution: United Opt Out's Test of Courage
An Activists Handbook for the Education Revolution: United Opt Out's Test of Courage An Activist Handbook for the Education Revolution: United Opt Out 's Test of Courage Edited by Morna McDermott, Peggy Robertson, Rosemarie Jensen, and Ceresta Smith....
Critical Dialogue, Securitization Rhetoric, and Affirming Teaching: A Philosophical Exploration
IN ANOTHER LIFE, I was a high school teacher in Baltimore City. I say another life because, even though it was not so long ago in years, it belonged to a different time with regards to the expectations of students and teachers in the context of education....
Engaging Graduate Students throughout the Research Writing Process
NAVIGATING THROUGH A PHD PROGRAM after comprehensive exams can be tricky, time consuming, and difficult-especially when a candidate is expected to persevere through much of the dissertation writing process on his/her own. The task of writing a dissertation...
Essay Review: "A Psychoanalyst in the Classroom: On the Human Condition in Education"
Essay Review: "A Psychoanalyst in the Classroom: On the Human Condition in Education"Britzman, D. P. (2015). A psychoanalyst in the classroom: On the human condition in education. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.Despite the overfamiliarity...
Illuminated Footprints of Nonviolence: In Hongyu Wang's Nonviolence and Education: Cross-Cultural Pathways
IntroductionTHE STUDY OF NONVIOLENCE pulls the diverse parts of my personal and professional lives together into a place of interconnection and personal growth. In this essay I unpack Hongyu Wang's (2014) text, Nonviolence and Education: Cross-Cultural...
Lingering on Aoki's Bridge: Reconceptualizing Ted Aoki as Curricular Technotheologian
When she refuses to be enslaved by technology, it is her spiritual presence that speaks, calling for the right even in pain to live life humanly beyond the technological (Aoki, 1987/2005d, p. 158).An educated person thus not only guards against disembodied...
The Trouble with Reader-Response Theory When Reading Multicultural Literature: A Critique of Dana Fox's and Kathy's Short's Stories Matter
FOLLOWING THE interest in multiculturalism in the 1990s, writers and educators became sensitized to issues surrounding cultural poaching, the practice of Westerners writing about other cultures (Levy, 2000); outsiders writing about alien cultures risk...
Worth Striking For
The Context of Worth Striking For Isabel NuñezI WAS A FIRST GRADE TEACHER in Southern California in the early 1990s, and it was the most fulfilling work I've ever done. This was back in the days before curriculum standardization-or even standards; my...
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