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Journal of Curriculum Theorizing

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Journal of Curriculum Theorizing

41 Pleasant Street

Waterville, Maine,04901

United States

Company Description

JCT: Journal of Curriculum Theorizing is an interdisciplinary journal of curriculum studies. It offers an academic forum for scholarly discussions of curriculum. Historically aligned with the "reconceptualist"� movement in curriculum theorizing, and oriented t...more

Background Information

Employment History

Interim Chair, Department of Teacher Education

Loyola College


Director

Center for Urban and Multicultural Education


Affiliate

IUPUI


Affiliations

The Indiana Council for the Social Studies

Liaison


Indiana Humanities Council

Steering Committee Member


Education

Department of Geography

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis


B.A.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Ph.D.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


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We will discuss the struggle for education in the US, its connections to other struggles and what people can do to strengthen and protect education with two academics and activists, Denisha Jones and Robert Helfenbein.
Robert Helfenbein earned his Ph.D. and B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Helfenbein has offered courses in Teaching Secondary Social Studies, Middle School Methods, and graduate level courses in curriculum theory, qualitative research methods, social foundations, and urban education. Dr. Helfenbein has published and edited numerous research articles and book chapters about contemporary education analysis in urban contexts in journals such as Curriculum Inquiry, the Journal of Curriculum Theorizing,Educational Studies, The Urban Review, the Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, and co-edited the books Unsettling Beliefs: Teaching Theory to Teachers (2008) and Ethics and International Curriculum Work: The Challenges of Culture and Context (2012). In 2008, Dr. Helfenbein served as the Section Chair for Critical Perspectives and Practices of AERA Division B-Curriculum Studies followed by serving as overall Program Chair for Division B in 2009 and was nominated into the Professors of Curriculum at AERA 2011. He is currently serving as Editor of the Journal of Curriculum Theorizing and organizer of the annual Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice in Dayton, Ohio.


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Rob Helfenbein
Conference Chair and Editor of JCT rob@jctonline.org


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Robert Helfenbein
Conference Chair, Editor of the Journal of Curriculum Theorizing (JCT), and President of the Foundation for Curriculum Theory rob@jctonline.org Rob Helfenbein is the Associate Dean, Interim Chair of Teacher Education, and Associate Professor of Curriculum Studies at Loyola University in Maryland. He comes to Loyola Maryland and from Indiana University-IUPUI where he was Associate Professor of Curriculum Studies and Director of the Center for Urban and Multicultural Education (CUME). He earned his Ph.D. and B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Helfenbein has offered courses in Teaching Secondary Social Studies, Middle School Methods, and graduate level courses in curriculum theory, qualitative research methods, social foundations, and urban education. Dr. Helfenbein has published and edited numerous research articles and book chapters about contemporary education analysis in urban contexts in journals such as Curriculum Inquiry, the Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, Educational Studies, The Urban Review, the Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, and co-edited the books Unsettling Beliefs: Teaching Theory to Teachers (2008) and Ethics and International Curriculum Work: The Challenges of Culture and Context (2012). In 2008, Dr. Helfenbein served as the Section Chair for Critical Perspectives and Practices of AERA Division B-Curriculum Studies followed by serving as overall Program Chair for Division B in 2009 and was nominated into the Professors of Curriculum at AERA 2011. His current research interests include curriculum theorizing in urban contexts, ethics and international education work, cultural studies of education, and the impact of globalization on the lived experience of schools.


JCT Online

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Those interested should send an email to Rob Helfenbein at rob@jctonline.org and include a CV and letter of interest.
We are also looking for graduate students who are interested in serving on the Graduate Student Advisory Council (co-chairs: James Garret, Ph.D., University of Georgia and Gabriel Huddleston, Indiana University) for the Bergamo Conference. Robert Helfenbein, Editor of JCT and President of the Foundation for Curriculum Theory


www.jctonline.org

Those interested should send an email to Rob Helfenbein at rob@jctonline.org and include a CV and letter of interest.
We are also looking for graduate students who are interested in serving on the Graduate Student Advisory Council (co-chairs: James Garret, Ph.D., University of Georgia and Gabriel Huddleston, Indiana University) for the Bergamo Conference. Robert Helfenbein, Editor of JCT and President of the Foundation for Curriculum Theory


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