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Visions Lost and Dreams Forgotten: Environmental Education, Systems Thinking, and Possible Futures in American Public Schools.
The contributions to this special issue of Teacher Education Quarterly introduce the reader to a powerful analytical framework through which one can reflect upon the meaning and role of environmentalExpand
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Exposing the Effects of the “Invisible Hand” of the Neoliberal Agenda on Institutionalized Education and the Process of Sociocultural Reproduction
The neoliberal proposition that the “invisible hand” of the market is the most efficient and just mechanism for structuring economies, societies, and cultures has had a powerful impact on the natureExpand
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Introduction: Education and the Environment
This special issue of Teacher Education Quarterly aims to engage readers in ideas and issues related to human-environmental relationships as curriculum context and the ways in which schoolsExpand
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Editor's Introduction: Moral Imperatives in Contentious Times, Featuring "The Rise of the Life Narrative" by Ivor Goodson
We are pleased to present an outstanding collection of articles in this Fall 2006 issue, all of which were carefully reviewed by dedicated members of the Panel of Readers, revised by the authors,Expand
Editor's Introduction: Research Startegies and Professional Development
This Spring 2008 issue opens with a special contribution by one of our International Advisory Board members, Ivor Goodson, and his colleague Pik Lin Choi, "Life History and Collective Memory asExpand
Afterthought: Negotiating the Topographical Contour of Professional Contexts
once again, eloquently crafted a collection of inquiry-based investigations, this time drawing deeply from a talented group of graduate students in an effort to map and negotiate the terrainExpand
The Journey from Babel: Unleashing the Power of the Collective through the Creative Dynamism of Difference.
John A. Cassell is a visiting assistant professor and Thomas Nelson and Harriett B. Arnold are associate professors, all with the Benerd School of Education at the University of the Pacific,Expand