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EDCI 6220: Conceptual Models of Curriculum Development: Required Readings

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Required Readings for EDCI 6220

Aoki, T. (2005). Toward curriculum inquiry in a new key. In W. Pinar & R. Irwin (Eds.). Curriculum in a new key (89-110). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associated, Publishers.
Grumet, M. (1976b). Psychoanalytic foundations. In William F. Pinar and Madeleine R. Grumet, Toward a poor curriculum (111-146). Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.  
Horn, J. & Wilburn, D. (2005). The embodiment of learning. Educational Philosophy & Theory. 37(5), 745-760.
Irwin, R. (2004). Unfolding aesthetic in/sights between curriculum and pedagogy. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, Winter 1(2),43-48
jagodzinski, j. (1992). Curriculum as felt through six layers of an aesthetically embodied skin: The arch-writing on the body. In W. Pinar & W. Reynold (Eds.). Understanding curriculum as phenomenological and deconstructed text.(159-183).  New York: Teachers College Press.
Keifer-Boyd, K (2007). Body interfaces in curriculum. In S. Springgay & D. Freedman (Eds.). Curriculum and the cultural body (51-60).

Pinar, W. (2011). What is curriculum theory? Chapter 8 (pp.185-201)
Pinar, W. (2012). School Deform. Book chapter In What is curriculum theory, 2nd edition (15-42)                                                               
Slattery, P. (2001). The educational researcher as artist working within. Qualitative Inquiry 7(3), 370-398.
Smith, D. (2009). Curriculum and teaching facing globalization. In Flinders, D.J., & Thornton, S.J. (Eds.). The curriculum studies reader (3rd ed.) (368-384). New York: Routledge.
Springgay, S. & Freedman, D. (2007). Introduction: On touching and a bodied curriculum. In S. Springgay & D. Freedman (Eds.). Curriculum and the cultural body (xvii-xxvii).
Wang, H. (2005). “Falling leaves,” wound, and curricular meanings. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy,  Winter, 2(2)139-156
Zhang, H. (2008). Toward a Confucian vision of curriculum. In C. Eppert & H. Wang (Eds.). Cross-cultural studies in curriculum: Eastern thought, educational insights. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associated.

Hershock, P. (2012) Valuing diversity, Chapter 2: Variety and diversity: two qualities and directions of difference (47-64), New York SUNY Press,

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