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Perspectives on Reasons for Becoming Teachers
Substantial research suggests that the teaching profession attracts men and women who desire intrinsic rewards and who approach teaching as a mission or calling. Joseph and Green argue that theseExpand
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Cultures of Curriculum
Preface Acknowledgments Part I. Curriculum Studies 1. Conceptualizing Curriculum (Pamela Joseph) 2. Understanding Curriculum as Culture (Pamela Joseph) 3. Narrowing the Curriculum (Pamela Joseph,Expand
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Seven Worlds of Moral Education
I n his striking critique of character education, Alfie Kohn suggests that educators might want to “define our efforts to promote children’s social and moral development as an alternative” toExpand
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Teaching about the Moral Classroom: Infusing the moral imagination into teacher education
Through reflection about 'The Moral Classroom' seminars that I have facilitated for both novice and experienced educators, I explore the question, how shall we teach about the moral dimensions ofExpand
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Contextual determinants of health behaviours in an aboriginal community in Canada: pilot project
BackgroundRapid change in food intake, physical activity, and tobacco use in recent decades have contributed to the soaring rates of obesity, type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease (CVD) inExpand
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Seeing as strangers: teachers’ investigations of lived curriculum
This paper explores the metaphor of the ‘teacher as stranger’ as a guide for curriculum inquiry. It describes investigations conducted by educators in an introductory curriculum studies course andExpand
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Moral Choices/Moral Conflicts: teachers’ self‐perceptions
Abstract This study examines perceptions of school teachers in response to various hypotheses generated in research about teachers as moral agents, by delineation of several themes that emergeExpand
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Charts and Layers/Heads and Hearts: Toward an Integrated Theory of Moral Education
Abstract This essay explores two dichotomies that depict moral education and examines the strengths and weaknesses of the four orientations. The argument is made that in social education, theExpand
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