Integrative and Interdisciplinary Curriculum in the Middle School: Integrated Approaches in Teacher Preparation and Practice
Dance, Professional Practice, and the Workplace: Challenges and Opportunities for Dance Professionals, Students, and Educators
Challenging Perceptions of Africa in Schools: Critical Approaches to Global Justice Education
Critical Explorations of Young Adult Literature: Identifying and Critiquing the Canon
Sonic Studies in Educational Foundations: Echoes, Reverberations, Silences, Noise
A Critical Analysis of Sexuality Education in the United States: Toward an Inclusive Curriculum for Social Justice
Legacies of Christian Languaging and Literacies in American Education: Perspectives on English Language Arts Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning
Lisa Harrison, Ellis Hurd, Kathleen Brinegar
February 07, 2020
Originally published as a special issue of the Middle School Journal, this book presents integrative curriculum as a foundational element of the middle school. By addressing the current gap in literature on curriculum integration in the middle grades, this text explores how learning can be...
Angela Pickard, Doug Risner
February 03, 2020
Originally published as a special issue of Research in Dance Education, now with an added chapter, this text acknowledges and celebrates the increasingly diverse careers and employment networks in which dance professionals and dance educators are engaged. Addressing issues and developments...
Jay Michael Hanes, Eleanor Weisman
January 15, 2020
Grounded in philosophy from John Dewey and Maxine Greene, this book sheds light on difficulties and practicalities of examining culture and politics within the realm of interdisciplinary education. Providing both theoretical and concrete examples of the importance of a contemporary arts education,...
Bessie Dernikos, Nancy Lesko, Stephanie D. McCall, Alyssa Niccolini
January 01, 2020
This field-defining edited volume offers bold new ways to conceive of the affective intensities shaping our present historical moment. The recent turn to affect offers vibrant methodological and theoretical material for an educational present marked by high stakes rhetoric, heated debate, teacher...
Barbara O’Toole, Ebun Joseph, David Nyaluke
December 20, 2019
This book challenges educational discourse in relation to teaching about Africa at all levels of the education system in the Global North, with a specific case study focusing on the Republic of Ireland. The book provides an interrogation of the proliferation of negative imagery of African people...
Victor Malo-Juvera, Crag Hill
December 20, 2019
Recognizing the determination of a canon as an ongoing process of discussion and debate, which helps us to better understand the concept of meaningful and important literature, this edited collection turns a critical spotlight on Young Adult Literature (YAL) to explore some of the most read, taught...
Nina Bonderup Dohn, Stig Børsen Hansen, Jens Jørgen Hansen
December 13, 2019
How can knowledge developed in one context be put to use in other contexts? How can students learn to do so? How can educators design for learning this? These are fundamental challenges to many forms of education. The challenges are amplified in contemporary society where people traverse many...
May Britt Postholm, Kirsten Foshaug Vennebo
December 09, 2019
Applying Cultural Historical Activity Theory in Educational Settings harnesses research and development for educational improvement, bridging the gap between research and practice. Exploring how collaborations between researchers and practitioners can be used to co-construct solutions to real-world...
Walter S. Gershon, Peter M. Appelbaum
December 04, 2019
Originally published as a special issue of Educational Studies, this volume demonstrates the ways in which sound considerations can significantly contribute to educational foundations. Regardless of their origin or interpretation, sounds are theoretically and practically foundational to...
October 31, 2019
A Critical Analysis of Sexuality Education in the United States explores the development of sexuality education in North America and uses economic, legal, and psychological paradigms to identify and trace exclusionary programming and practices in schools. By analyzing legal and political documents...
Mary M. Juzwik, Jennifer C. Stone, Kevin J. Burke, Denise Dávila
October 24, 2019
Because spiritual life and religious participation are widespread human and cultural phenomena, these experiences unsurprisingly find their way into English language arts curriculum, learning, teaching, and teacher education work. Yet many public school literacy teachers and secondary teacher...
Chew-Hung Chang, Gillian Kidman, Andy Wi
September 26, 2019
In a fast-changing, globalising world, the teaching and implementation of a curriculum for Education for Sustainability (EfS) has been a challenge for many teachers. Issues in Teaching and Learning of Education for Sustainability highlights the issues and challenges educators and academics face in...