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An ethics of recognition in global and teacher education: Looking through queer and postcolonial Lenses, International Journal of Development Education and Global Learning (2012)
Curriculum development collaboration between colonizer and colonized: Contradictions and possibilities for democratic education, Ethics and international curriculum work: The challenges of culture and context (2012)
Learning to listen and listening to learn: Bonding in/difference across academic activisms., TEaL Faculty Publications (2012)
She wanted to Be Julie Andrews- He was supposed to be Steve McQueen: Using iconic media form(s) to situate gender as learned. (with J. J. Peterson), TEaL Faculty Publications (2012)
Synthesizing multicultural, global, and civic perspectives in the elementary school curriculum and educational research (with J. Zhu), The Qualitative Report (2012)
The curriculum as cultures in conflict: Exploring monocultural and multicultural ideologies through the case of bilingual education (with J. Zhu), Working Papers in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education (2012)
Engaging Public Issues through Dialogue Journals: Preservice Teachers and Elementary Students Read and Respond (with Sylvia Read), The Reading Teacher (2011)
In a qualitative study, 50 pre-service teachers were partnered with 50 elementary students to write...
Citizenship education under discourses of nationalism, globalization, and cosmopolitanism: Illustrations from China and the United States (with J. Zhu), Frontiers of Education in China (2011)
College English as a foreign language: Teachers' perceptions of inservice professional development in China (with J. Zhu), TEaL Faculty Publications (2011)
Critical civic literacy and the building of community for a globalized world (with B. Franklin), Critical Civic Literacy: A Reader (2011)
Democratic education and curriculum development between the colonizer and the colonized: Complexities, contradictions, challenges, and possibilities of global alliances (with A. Bayon), TEaL Faculty Publications (2011)
Empowerment or disempowerment: Civic education in China and the United States under discourses of globalization (with J. Zhu), TEaL Faculty Publications (2011)
What type of global community and citizenship? Tangled discourses of neoliberalism and critical democracy in curriculum and its reform (with B. Franklin), Globalisation, Societies and Education (2011)
Curriculum reform in a globalised world: The discourses of cosmopolitanism and community (with B. Franklin), London Review of Education (2010)
Deliberation of controversial public school curriculum: Developing processes and outcomes that increase legitimacy and social justice, Journal of Public Deliberation (2010)
Globalization and the intents of a cosmopolitan curriculum, TEaL Faculty Publications (2010)
Human rights and recognition in the social studies curriculum (with A. Osler), TEaL Faculty Publications (2010)
Learning How to Respond to Current Events: Partner Journals between U.S. Preservice Teachers and Children (with D. Dobson), Teaching and Teacher Education (2010)
The representation of a variety of stakeholders' voices during the deliberation of public issues is...
Power, positionality, and democratic epistemology in curriculum design and implementation of democratic education (with A. Miner), TEaL Faculty Publications (2010)
Transnational childhoods: Bodies that challenge boundaries (with C. Saavedra), Diversity, Multiplicity and Childhoods (2010)
Transnational Childhoods: Immigration and Bodies That Challenge Boundaries (with C. Saavedra), Diversity, Multiplicity and Childhoods (2010)
A New Childhood Social Studies Curriculum for a New Generation of Citizenship (with Cinthya Saavedra), The International Journal of Children's Rights (2009)
Traditional concepts of civic education in the United States and the expanding horizons curriculum scope...
Civic education and immigrant children: Generating transnational feminist research possibilities (with C. Saavedra), TEaL Faculty Publications (2009)
Cognitive Praxis in Today's "International Education" Movement: A Case Study of Intents and Affinities (with W. C. Parker), Theory and Research in Social Education (2009)
We report a qualitative case study of interpretive activity inside the current wave of the...
Identifying Soft Democratic Education: Uncovering the Range of Civic and Cultural Choices in Instructional Materials, The Social Studies (2009)
Although student deliberation of public issues is recognized as a vital component of democratic education,...
Journaling between preservice teachers and elementary students: Increasing perspective consciousness and engagement in democratic education (with D. Dobson), TEaL Faculty Publications (2009)
Reconceptualizing elementary social studies curriculum and research in response to globalization and transnationality (with C. Saavedra), TEaL Faculty Publications (2009)
Teaching the Japanese American internment: A case study of social studies curriculum conflict and change, Journal of Social Studies Research (2009)
A controversial issue or not: Dueling historical interpretations in the curriculum, TEaL Faculty Publications (2008)
Curriculum controversies: The tipping point of controversial/non- controversial issues, TEaL Faculty Publications (2008)
Deciding what is a controversial issue: A case study of social studies curriculum contention, TEaL Faculty Publications (2008)
Deciding What Is a Controversial Issue: A Case Study of Social Studies Curriculum Controversy, Theory and Research in Social Education (2008)
Frame analysis was used to examine how competing stakeholders framed a sixth grade curriculum controversy...
Learning how to respond to current events: Partner journals between pre-service teachers and elementary students (with D. Dobson), TEaL Faculty Publications (2008)
Review of the Book, How Children Become Moral Selves: Building Character and Promoting Citizenship in Education, Education Review (2008)
When I first read the title of Russell’s book, How children become moral selves: Building...
The new ‘international education’ movement in U.S. schools: Civic and capital intents, local and global affinities (with W. C. Parker), TEaL Faculty Publications (2008)
Deliberating Immigration Policy: Locating Instructional Materials within Global and Multicultural Perspectives, Theory and Research in Social Education (2007)
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Disputing historical evaluations in the curriculum: Local and national intertextuality in curriculum challenge and change, TEaL Faculty Publications (2007)
Identifying soft democratic education: A method for uncovering the range of civic and cultural choices in instructional materials, TEaL Faculty Publications (2007)
Prejudice Reduction through Multicultural Education: Connecting Multiple Literatures, Social Studies Research and Practice (2007)
Banks (1994) names prejudice reduction as one of five dimensions of multicultural education. Although children...
Social movement theory and curriculum contention: Challenger strategies and school responses, TEaL Faculty Publications (2007)
The new ‘international education’ movement in U.S. schools: Contestation and continuity (with W. C. Parker), TEaL Faculty Publications (2007)