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New Scholars In Review
THIESSEN, DENNIS; CAMPBELL, ELIZABETH; GAZTAMBIDE-FERNÁNDEZ, RUBÉN
Rethinking the Curricular Imagination: Curriculum and Biopolitics in the Age of Neoliberalism
BOURASSA, GREGORY N.
Being of Trouble and of Use to Education: Undoing the Romance of Theory Into Practice
CHILDERS, SARA M.
The Possibilities of Analogy, Finitude, and Love: An Oceanic Curriculum
A Holistic Approach Towards Creativity, Labor and Education in Digital Capitalism
Revealing the Technological Irresponsibility in Curriculum Design
Not a Laughing Matter: The Value of Leisure in Education
ILDEFONSO, GIVANNI M.
Curriculum, Policy & Globalization
Going Back and Moving Forward: Intervening Postcolonial Interventions in Education
Engaging Race and Nation in Curriculum Studies
RAHMAN, ALIYA; PARKER, BRUCE
The Educationalization of Social Problems: A Review
(Re)presenting Spaces of/for “At-opportunity” Urban Youth
FUTCH, VALERIE A.
Reading, Troubling and Hoping for the Wor(l)d: A Review of Democratizing Educational Experience
Inquiry Into Lived Experience: A Cross-Cultural, In-Between, and Exiled Perspective
“The Wrong Things About Literature” Invisibility and African American Texts
Creating the Real
Critical Pedagogy in the Classroom and the Community
GURN, ALEXANDER M.
The Social Cognitive Development Approach to Moral Education
Features of Place Making Curriculum
Breaking the Circle of Solitude: Teacher Learning in Small-Group Settings
Teachers' Educational Design as a Process of Reflection-in-Action: The Lessons We Can Learn From Donald Schön's The Reflective Practitioner When Studying the Professional Practice of Teachers as Educational Designers
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