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Journal of Curriculum Studies

Référence :  Vol. 44, n°2, avril 2012

  • School syndrome: Understanding the USA’s magical belief that schooling can somehow improve society, promote access, and preserve advantage, David F. Labaree
  • Reading economics, thinking education: The relevance—and irrelevance—of economic theory for curriculum research, David rutkowski, Leslie rutkowski & Gjert langfeldt
  • On OECD policies and the pitfalls in economy-driven education: The case of Germany, Volker Bank
  • Good Teaching? An examination of culturally relevant pedagogy as an equity practice, Mardi Schmeichel
  • The ‘Document-Based Lesson’: Bringing disciplinary inquiry into high school history classrooms with adolescent struggling readers, Avishag Reisman
  • Teachers’ interpretations of texts-image juxtapositions in textbooks: From the concrete to the abstract, Billie Eilam & Yael Poyas

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