Harvard Educational Review
  1. Spring 2014


    In this Issue:
    What Are We Seeking to Sustain Through Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy?:
    A Loving Critique Forward
    DJANGO PARIS and H. SAMY ALIM
    “A Slow Revolution”:
    Toward a Theory of Intellectual Playfulness in High School Classrooms
    SARAH M. FINE
    Designing Educative Curriculum Materials:
    A Theoretically and Empirically Driven Process
    ELIZABETH A. DAVIS, ANNEMARIE SULLIVAN PALINCSAR, ANNA MARIA ARIAS, AMBER SCHULTZ BISMACK, LOREN M. MARULIS, STEFANIE K. IWASHYNA
    Parental Authority over Education and the Right to Invite:
    BRYAN R. WARNICK
    Symposium: Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy:
    Culturally Relevant Pedagogy 2.0:
    a.k.a. the Remix
    GLORIA LADSON-BILLINGS
    Critical Culturally Sustaining/Revitalizing Pedagogy and Indigenous Education Sovereignty:
    TERESA L. McCARTY and TIFFANY S. LEE

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  2. Feature Article

     

    A Loving Critique Forward
    DJANGO PARIS and H. SAMY ALIM
    In this article, Django Paris and H. Samy Alim use the emergence of Paris’s concept of culturally sustaining pedagogy (CSP) as the foundation for a respectful and productive critique of previous formulations of asset pedagogies.  Continue
     
     
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