Multiple resonances of curriculum as lived

  title={Multiple resonances of curriculum as lived},
  author={Neil T. Ramjewan and Elena V. Toukan},
  journal={Curriculum Inquiry},
  pages={407 - 414}
  • Neil T. Ramjewan, Elena V. Toukan
  • Published 2018
  • Sociology
  • Curriculum Inquiry
  • “(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 the “more” of the lived curriculum across a wide range of contexts— from the Pueblo communities of New Mexico, to local residents of southwestern Nicaragua’s coastal communities, to Pacific Indigenous communities in Canada’s west, and others. The authors in this issue further expose the “possibilities” of… CONTINUE READING
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