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Barry Jackson

(1879–1961) English director and manager. Trained as an architect, Jackson was heir to a fortune derived from one of the leading grocery firms in the Midlands. In 1907 he founded ...

Thinking Pedagogy for Places of the Relational Now

Thinking Pedagogy for Places of the Relational Now   Reference library

Valerie Triggs

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Curriculum Studies

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...(1990, August). Harvard Educational Review , 60 (3), 388–405. (Responses written by Guy B. Senese, William G. Tierney, June Hart Romeo, and Barry Kanpol.) 2. Produced in collaboration with Maine artists Zachary Fields and Janna Dewan. Valerie Triggs 1. Correspondence. (1990, August). Harvard Educational Review , 60 (3), 388–405. (Responses written by Guy B. Senese, William G. Tierney, June Hart Romeo, and Barry Kanpol.) 2. Produced in collaboration with Maine artists Zachary Fields and Janna...

Education Ethnography of Sensitive Issues

Education Ethnography of Sensitive Issues   Reference library

Martin Bittner

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Qualitative Research Methods in Education

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2020
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... (Ed.), Proceedings of the British Academy (Vol. 154, 2007 Lectures, pp. 68–92). Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press. Ingold, T. (2014). That’s enough about ethnography! HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory , 4 (1), 383–395. Jackson, M. (1995). At home in the world . Durham, NC: Duke University Press. Jackson, M. (2005). Existential anthropology: Events, exigencies, and effects . New York, NY: Berghahn Books. Keith, J. (1979). The ethnography of old age: Introduction [Special issue]. Anthropological Quarterly , 52 (1), 1–6. Laidlaw, J....

From Curriculum Theory to Theorizing

From Curriculum Theory to Theorizing   Reference library

Gabriel Huddleston and Robert J. Helfenbein

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Curriculum Studies

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2021
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...colleague in the field since doctoral studies at the University of Wisconsin, James B. Macdonald, shared his concern for the political, aesthetic, ethical, and spiritual nature of curriculum theorizing as represented in essays in a collection of his works edited by his son, Barry Macdonald (1995). Seeing curriculum as aesthetic, ethical, and political texts allowed for recognition of the moments of schooling that evade the scientific and the technical. Coming out of new conceptions in art, the concern began to focus more on verbs rather than nouns. As...

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