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Educating citizens of ‘the global’: Mapping textual constructs of UNESCO’s global citizenship education 2012–2015:
In this article, I pose the question of what constructs of ‘global citizenship education’ are being mobilized by key international actors. I undertake a comparative analysis of three key United Nat...
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Pedagogies of time, place, and identification
Pedagogy is a thorny subject for curriculum scholars. In a 2013 special issue of Curriculum Inquiry (CI), editors invited a group of well-established authors and asked them to offer a criticalExpand
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Expressions of Liberal Justice? Examining the Aims of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals for Education
This paper analyzes the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for education, which sets benchmarks for member states to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promoteExpand
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Multiple resonances of curriculum as lived
“(T)here are many lived curricula,” Ted T. Aoki (1993) asserts, “as many as there are self and students, and possibly more” (p. 258). The articles in this issue of Curriculum Inquiry explore theExpand
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Writing for Editorial Eyes: How to Write and Edit for Publication
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As graduate students, writers, and editors, we identify that writing for coursework and writing for publication are two fundamentally different tasks. Expand
Publish don’t perish: A practical workshop on the politics, life-cycle and structure of academic journal publication
As graduate students, writers, and editors of an academic journal, we identify that writing for coursework and writing for publication are two fundamentally different tasks. Likewise, publishing fromExpand
‘The communities we live in’: providing meaningful contexts for the application and generation of knowledge through service in Uganda
AbstractIf service-learning is to fulfil its potential to contribute to meaningful social change, scholars and practitioners must consider how service might foster a dynamic relationship betweenExpand
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Book Review: What kind of citizen? Educating our children for the common good
How should schools educate for democracy? This is the question that Joel Westheimer grapples with in What kind of citizen? Educating our children for the common good . He argues that the purpose ofExpand
Refugee Youth in Settlement, Schooling, and Social Action: Reviewing Current Research through a Transnational Lens.
How do refugee youth engage in peacebuilding, civic participation, and social action through their educational experiences? This article draws from transnational frameworks, specifically Ajrun Appa...
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