Special issue of TEJ: what is to be done with curriculum and educational foundations’ critical knowledges? New qualitative research on conscientizing preservice and in-service teachers

James C. Jupp, Ann Mogush Mason, Theodorea Regina Berry, Amanda Morales

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Abstract

In this essay, we provide a brief introductory statement to the special issue of Teaching Education titled What is To Be Done with Curriculum and Educational Foundations’ Critical Knowledges? New Qualitative Research on Conscientizing Preservice and In-Service Teachers. In our introductory statement, we describe the specific aim and broad purposes of the special issue and characterize its contents. Our specific aim with the special issue is to advance the conscientization of preservice and in-service teachers via critical pedagogies and race-based epistemologies. Our broad purposes are to (a) resist the ascendant, whitened, and Eurocentric fascism via our collective pedagogical labor in teacher education and (b) reorient curriculum and educational foundations' critical knowledges toward institutional praxis. We conclude our introductory statement by characterizing the contents of the special issue for teacher educators and teacher education researchers.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)301-304
Number of pages4
JournalTeaching Education
Volume29
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - Oct 2 2018

Keywords

  • Critical pedagogy
  • curriculum studies
  • educational foundations
  • professional development
  • race-based epistemologies
  • teacher education

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