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Critical Curriculum Renewal in Africa
Uganda suffered a turbulent political history and is challenged by socio-economic diversity. Its school system was inherited from Britain. The government in partnership with bilateral andExpand
Going Out, Not Knowing Whither: Education, the Upward Journey and the Faith of Reason
New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt/M., Oxford, Wien. Counterpoints: Studies in the Postmodern Theory of Education. Vol. 92 General Editors: Shirley R. Steinberg and Joe L. Kincheloe ReadingExpand
‘Ex and the City’: on cosmopolitanism, community and the ‘curriculum of refuge’
This paper looks at curriculum in a contemporary context marked by an alarming want of hospitality. It does so by engaging inquiry into the renewed interest in the cosmopolitan tradition inExpand
A New Approach to Learning How to Teach: medical students as instructional designers
It is concluded that faculty at other medical schools should consider providing students with opportunities to develop their own creative projects that contribute to the curriculum. Expand
Peace and Pedagogy
School mathematics education in Uganda: Its successes and its Failures
Abstract This paper examines the character of school mathematics education in Uganda. It focuses on its successes, failures and its history. The methodology involved analyzing Ugandan curriculumExpand