Most Recent Additions
The Changing Challenges of Transformational Resistance. A Response to "Building the Dream: Transformational Resistance, Community-Based Organizations, and the Civic Engagement of Latinos in the New South"
Edmund T. Hamann
Band-Aids Don’t Fix Bullet Holes. A Response to “We Were There Too: Learning from Black Male Teachers in Mississippi about Successful Teaching of Black Students”
Melinda Jackson, Dari Green, Lori Latrice Martin, and Kenneth J. Fasching-Varner
Is Group Therapy Democratic? Enduring Consequences of Outward Bound’s alignment with the Human Potential Movement. A Response to “How to Be Nice and Get What You Want: Structural Referents of 'Self’ and ‘Other’ in Experiential Education as (Un)Democratic Practice."
Powerful Design Principles and Processes: Lessons from a Case of Ambitious Civics Education Curriculum Planning. A Response to "Reinventing the High School Government Course: Rigor, Simulations, and Learning from Text"
Deliberative Democracy: A Contested Interactive Space. A Response to "Deliberative Democracy in English Language Education: Cultural and Linguistic Inclusion in the School Community"
Esperanza De La Vega
Going Beyond the Games with iCivics. A Response to “The Challenges of Gaming for Democratic Education: The Case of iCivics”
Brooke Blevins and Karon N. LeCompte Ph.D.
The Cultural Contours of Democracy: Indigenous Epistemologies Informing South African Citizenship
Patricia K. Kubow and Mina Min
The Common Core and Democratic Education: Examining Potential Costs and Benefits to Public and Private Autonomy
Benjamin J. Bindewald, Rory P. Tannebaum, and Patrick Womac
Sam and Cristina: A Critical Dialogue Between a Teacher and Student About the Commoditization of People of Color by Schools
Samuel J. Tanner and Cristina Corrie
The Challenges of Gaming for Democratic Education: The Case of iCivics
Jeremy Stoddard, Angela M. Banks, Christine Nemacheck, and Elizabeth Wenska
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