Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, Volume 9, Issues 1-2 (Google eBook)
IAP, Jul 1, 2007 - Education - 364 pages
CONTENTS: The President' Message, Alan W. Garrett. The Editor's Notes: Pressures, Problems, and Possibilities in the World of Teaching, Research, Service, and Learning, Barbara SlaterStern. PART I. On the State of Curriculum Studies: A Personal Practical Inquiry, Michael Connellywith Shijing Xu. Narratives of Teaching and Learning: A Tribute to our Teacher, Elaine Chanand Vicki Ross. The Temporal Experience of Curriculum, Candace Schlein. Intergenerational Stories: A Narrative Inquiry Into an Immigrant Child's Life in Canada, Guming Zhao. ExcavatingTeacher Knowledge in Reforming School Contexts: A Collaborative Approach, Cheryl Craig.One Teacher's Practice in a Kenyan Classroom: Overcoming Barriers to Teaching HIV/AIDSCurriculum, Bosire Mwebi. Classrooms in Transition: Visions and Voices-Teachers in Lahore, Pakistan, Peggy Schimmoeller. New and Veteran Teachers' Perspectives About Delivering MulticulturalEducation, Timothy Thomas. Curriculum Wars Regarding Islam: Dissent in the Academy, James Moore. Self-Alienation: TheLanguage of Discontent, William White. An Effective Form of Violence: Hegemonic Masculine Identity Performances in the InstitutionalContext of School, Mark Malaby. PART II. John Dewey and a Curriculum of Moral Knowledge, David Hansen. David Hansen: Influences at Multiple Levels of Teaching, Learning and Service, Blake Bickham, Jim Garrison, Susan McDonough, Janice Ozga, andMichelle Ward. The Angle of Incidence of Progressivism in Rural Science Education, William Veal. No Child Left Behind-A CriticalAnaylsis: "A Nation at Greater Risk," Charles Ellis. The Beast in the Matrix, Madeleine Grumet. Dealing with Shifting Expectations ina College of Education: Standing on a Moving Ship, Lynne Bailey, Adam Harbaugh, Kimberly Hartman, Tina Heafner, Charles Hutchison, Teresa Petty, and Lan Quach. The Hidden Hypocrisy of University Faculty Regarding On-Line Instruction, Kathie Good andKathy Peca. Defining and Examining Technology Intelligence: Cultivating Beginning Teachers', Steven L. Purcell and Diane M. Wilcox.Virtual Literature Circles, Carol Klages, Shana Pate and Peter A. Conforti, Jr. TransformingDiscussions From Collegiate to Collegial, Paul Michalec and Hilary Burg. BOOKREVIEW: Chaos, Complexity, Curriculum, and Culture: A Conversation, Angel Kymes.Reviewer Acknowledgments. Call for Manuscripts. About the Authors.
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