Reconsidering Canadian curriculum studies : provoking historical, present, and future perspectives
- 1st ed.
- New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
- Physical description
- xiv, 262 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
LB1564 .C2 R44 2012
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction - Nicholas N-A-Fook and Jennifer Rottmann SECTION I: CURRICULUM, PLACE, AND INDIGENOUSNESS 1. 'We are all treaty people': The Contemporary Countenance of Canadian Curriculum Studies-- Cynthia Chambers 2. Forts, Curriculum, and Ethical Relationality-- Dwayne Donald 3. Aoksisowaato'op: Place and Story as Organic Curriculum-- Narcisse Blood, Cynthia Chambers, Dwayne Donald, Erika Hasebe-Ludt, and Ramona Big Head 4. Reconsidering Canadian Environmental Curriculum Studies: Framing an Approach to Ecojustice-- Andrejs Kulnieks, Nicholas Ng-A-Fook, Darren Stanley, and Kelly Young SECTION II: CURRICULUM, CULTURE, AND LANGUAGE 5. Educational Rights: Language Rights and Rights to a Plural Education-- Denise Egea-Kuehne 6. Theorizing Asian Canada, Reframing Differences-- Roland Sintos Coloma 7. Provoking Curriculum Studies in Multicultural Societies-- Denise Egea-Kuehne 8. A Curriculum of the Streets Through the Camera Lens: Marginalized Canadian Women and Smoking-- Sharon Anne Cook SECTION III: CURRICULUM, INTER-TEXTS, AND WISDOM TRADITIONS 9. Revisiting Aoki's 'Inspiriting the Curriculum'-- William. E. Doll, Jr. 10. Wabi Sabi and the Pedagogical Countenance of Names-- Jackie Seidel and David W. Jardine 11. Auto/ethno/graphy as Continental Driftwork: A Fragile Weathering of Icebergs Drifting and Stories Shifting ...-- Pat Palulis 12. Poaching in the Chords of Reading: Dwelling in the Murky Spaces of the Literary Landwash-- David Lewkowich 13. Uncommon Composure: Becoming a Teacher-- Maxx Lapthorne and Deanne Lomheim Barrett Afterword-- William F. Pinar.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Reconsidering Canadian Curriculum Studies invites us to ponder, to pay attention, and to ask more of the curriculum studies we conduct. It provokes readers to study their historical topographies and their future lines of movement, while stretching their understandings of contemporary circumstances either in Canada or abroad. The chapters cover the different geocultural and interdisciplinary territories of curriculum studies (life-writing methodologies, phenomenology, anti-racist education, gender, semiotic analysis, curriculum theorizing, cultural studies, indigenous studies, place, and others). Both established and junior scholars set forth a diverse and thought-provoking array of their lived experiences inside and outside the institutional contexts of public schooling, imagining how future Canadian curriculum scholars might advance knowledge within the broader international field of curriculum studies.
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- edited by Nicholas Ng-A-Fook and Jennifer Rottmann.
- Curriculum studies worldwide