CONTENTS: The President' Message, William Veal. The Editor's Notes: Exploring Ways We View the World: Personal, Professional, Relational, Political ..., Barbara Slater Stern. PART I. Musings on the Margins: Curriculum and Teaching in an Age of School Reform, Cheryl Craig. Making Intuition Practical: A New Theoretical Framework for Education, Kevin Cloninger. Teachers' (K-5) Perceptions of Student Behaviors During Standardized Testing, Deborah Landry. Reading Purposes: An Examination of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Sixth Grade Reading With Respect to Foshay's Curriculum Matrix, Kelly Reidt. Doing Something Different: Envisioning and Enacting Mathematics Curriculum Alternatives, Stacy Reeder, Darlinda Cassel, Anne Reynolds, and Jayne Fleener. The Word and the World: A Lesson in Critical Literacy and its Impact on Student Achievement and Self Esteem, Linda Kalbach and Lyn Forester. Enacting Curriculum and Teaching Theory in Contexts of Countervailing Thought: The Cases of John Dewey and Accelerated Schools, Christine Finnan. University Curriculum Reforms That Revitalize the Commons, Chet Bowers. Guiding Principles for Environmentally Sustainable Education, Nancy Van Kannel-Ray. Encapsulating the Environment: A Case for a Place-Based Curriculum, Andrew Kemp. PART II. Curriculum Leadership for the Jim Crow South: The General Education Board Between the Two World Wars, Matthew D. Davis. The Emergence of Ida B. Wells, William F. Pinar. The Gift of a Curriculum Method: Beginning Notes on William F. Pinar, Douglas McKnight. Help Without Giving Advice: Pinar, Curriculum Studies, and Canada, Terry Carson. Weaving a Tapestry of Multicultural Education: A Geoethnographic Mosaic of a Day in the Life, Richard Biffle. Relational Responsibilities of Narative Inquiries, Marilyn Huber, D. Jean Clandinin, and Janice Huber. Metaphors and Cross-Cultural Stories of Learning to Teach, Yi-Ping Huang and Sibel Ariogul. A Community of Care in a Teacher Education Supervisory Seminar, Barri Tinkler. Capturing the Journey: A Case of Preparing a Middle Level Teacher, Micki Caskey. Recognizing Joy in Teaching, Thomas Poetter. About the Authors.
Publisher: Information Age Publishing
Number of pages: 312
Weight: 615 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 19 mm