The SAGE Guide to Curriculum in Education

Editor/Author Fang He, Ming, Schultz, Brian D. and Schubert, William H.
Publication Year: 2015
Publisher: SAGE Publications

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ISBN: 978-1-45-229224-3
Category: Social Sciences - Education
Book Status: Available
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The Guide to Curriculum in Education illuminates how four commonplaces of curriculum--subject matter, teachers, learners, and milieu--are interdependent and interconnected in curriculum making and the ties between and controversies over public debate, policy making, university scholarship, and school practice in defining and developing curricula.

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Table of Contents

  • Editorial Board
  • About the Editors
  • Acknowledgments and In Memoriam
  • Prelude
  • PART I. SUBJECT MATTER AS CURRICULUM
  • Interlude
  • 1. Deciding Aims and Purposes of Subject Matter - Wesley Null
  • 2. Subject Matter as Experience - Thomas P. Thomas and Peter B. Hilton
  • 3. Subject Matters of Literacy - Aria Razfar
  • 4. Subject Matters of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics - Russell Tytler, Dalene Swanson, and Peter Appelbaum
  • 5. Subject Matters of Social Studies - Yoonjung Choi and Kathryn Wegner
  • 6. Subject Matters of the Arts - Rachel L. S. Harper and Jorge R. Lucero
  • 7. Subject Matters of Humanities - Edward Podsiadlik III
  • 8. Subject Matters of Language, Culture, Identity, and Power - Guofang Li
  • 9. Subject Matters of Physical Education - Paul M. Wright and David S. Walsh
  • 10. Organization and Sequencing of Subject Matters - Zongyi Deng
  • 11. Subject Matters of Digital Technology and Computing Science Curriculum - Catherine Adams
  • 12. Integrated, Holistic, and Core Subject Matters - Wade Tillett
  • 13. Currere as Subject Matter - Marla Morris
  • 14. Multicultural Currere as Subject Matter - Hongyu Wang
  • 15. Critical Race/Feminist Currere - Denise Taliaferro Baszile
  • 16. Curriculum Imagination as Subject Matter - Robert L. Lake
  • 17. Popular Culture as Subject Matter - Greg Dimitriadis
  • 18. Critical Media Literacy in the Digital Age - Julie Maudlin and Daniel Chapman
  • PART II. TEACHERS AS CURRICULUM
  • Interlude
  • 19. Teacher as Curriculum - Candace Schlein and Gretchen Schwarz
  • 20. Teachers as Activists - Crystal T. Laura and Aisha El-Amin
  • 21. Teachers and Pedagogy for Communal Well-Being - Nathalia E. Jaramillo
  • 22. Teacher Bashing and Teacher Deskilling - Isabel Nuñez
  • 23. High-Stakes Testing and the Evaluation of Teachers - Wayne Au
  • 24. Teachers as Cultural Workers - Matthew Knoester and Min Yu
  • 25. Teacher Education Curriculum - Jennifer L. Milam
  • 26. Culturally Relevant Pedagogy - Keffrelyn D. Brown, Anthony L. Brown, and Racheal Rothrock
  • 27. Black Teachers as Curriculum Texts in Urban Schools - H. Richard Milner IV
  • 28. Teachers as Improvisational Artists - Lasana Kazembe and Avi Lessing
  • PART III. STUDENTS AS CURRICULUM
  • Interlude
  • 29. Students as Curriculum - William H. Schubert and Brian D. Schultz
  • 30. Students’ Experiences as Curriculum - Kristien Zenkov and Christine DeGregory
  • 31. Immigrant Students’ Experience as Curriculum - Elaine Chan, JoAnn Phillion, and Ming Fang He
  • 32. Learning From and With Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students - Valerie Kinloch
  • 33. Learning From/With Multicultural Children's Literature - Maria José Botelho
  • 34. Students and (Dis)Ability - Mara Sapon-Shevin
  • 35. Students as Critical Citizens/Educated Subjects but Not as Commodities/Tested Objects - Kenneth J. Saltman and Alexander J. Means
  • 36. Learning for Creative, Associated, Joyful, and Worthwhile Living - Jason Goulah and Ming Fang He
  • PART IV. MILIEU AS CURRICULUM
  • Interlude
  • 37. The Neglected Historical Milieu - William H. Watkins
  • 38. The Biographical and Documentary Milieu - Craig Kridel
  • 39. Curriculum and the Policy Milieu - Pamela J. Konkol and Jinting Wu
  • 40. The Parental, Familial, and Communal Milieu - Morgan E. Halstead and Kathleen H. McInerney
  • 41. The Technological Milieu - Chun Lai and Jing Lei
  • 42. The Moral and Spiritual Milieu: Humanistic Alternatives to the Competitive Milieu - H. Svi Shapiro
  • 43. The Gender, Sexuality, and Queer Milieu - Susan W. Woolley, Therese Quinn, and Erica R. Meiners
  • 44. The Womanist/Black Feminist Milieu - Sabrina Ross
  • 45. The Socioeconomic Class Milieu - Adam Howard and Katy Swalwell
  • 46. The Corporate–Military–Governmental Milieu - Brad J. Porfilio and Derek R. Ford
  • 47. The Youth Cultural Milieu - Debbie Sonu and Sherick Hughes
  • 48. Deschooling, Homeschooling, and Unschooling in the Alternative School Milieu - Kristin D. Jones, Cynthia Cole Robinson, and Kelly P. Vaughan
  • 49. Geographical Milieu Robert J. Helfenbein
  • 50. Popular Cultural Milieu Illustrated Through a Hip-Hop Culturally Values-Driven Pedagogy - Sunni Ali and Kimya Barden
  • 51. Browning the Curriculum: A Project of Unsettlement - Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández
  • 52. Ecological Milieu - Jason Michael Lukasik
  • 53. Global, Transnational, and Local Curriculum - Nina Asher and Christopher L. Kolb
  • 54. Indigenous Land and Decolonizing Curriculum - Eve Tuck
  • 55. The Multicultural, Multilingual, and Multiracial Milieu - Sonia Janis
  • Postlude
  • Resource Guide