Paradoxes & Praxis: The 21st Century Imperative for Educational Foundations

Curriculum Theorists

Curriculum Theorists

The biographies of the curriculum theorists linked to this page were created by curriculum studies graduate students at Texas Christian University. (2020 - Jason Titus, Victoria Post, Rachel Brooks, Abby Reinhart, Avery Poore, Kellton Collins, Kim Mang, Bailey Flynn, Courtney Thomas, Sarah Olson, Madie Sandberg; 2018 - Ying Wang, Nathan Russel, Elissa Bryant, Michelle Prokof, Reinzi Reckling, Pilar Johnson, Natalie Platschka, MaryClaire Gray)
  1.  Louise Anderson Allen
  2.  Ted T. Aoki
  3.  Michael W. Apple
  4.  Kimya P. Barden
  5.  Denise Taliaferro Baszile
  6.  Donna A. Breault
  7.  Robert Bullough
  8.  Terrance Carson
  9.  Gerry Connelly
  10.  F. Michael Connoly
  11.  Beverly E. Cross
  12.  Jennifer Jennings Davis
  13.  O.L. Davis Jr
  14.  John Dewey
  15.  Robert Donmoyer
  16.  Elizabeth Ellsworth
  17.  Nirmala Erevelles
  18.  Bernardo Gallegos
  19.  Noreen Garman
  20.  Maxine Greene
  21.  Ivor Goodson
  22.  Beverly M. Gordon
  23.  Madeleine R. Grumet
  24.  Nichole Guillory
  25.  Jack Halberstam
  26.  James G. Henderson
  27.  Ming Fang He
  28.  Petra Munro Hendry
  29.  Peter S. Hlebowitsh
  30.  Phillip W. Jackson
  31.  Craig Kridel
  32.  Marcella Kysilka
  33.  Dan Marshall
  34.  James B. McDonald
  35.  Isabel Nu├▒ez
  36.  Phillip Payne
  37.  William.F. Pinar
  38.  Thomas S. Popkewitz
  39.  Patrick Roberts
  40.  Frances Schoolmaker
  41.  William H. Schubert
  42.  Brian Schultz
  43.  Joseph Schwab
  44.  James T. Sears
  45.  Edmund C. Short
  46.  Patrick Slattery
  47.  Barbara Slater Stern
  48.  Stephen J. Thornton
  49.  William H. Watkins
  50.  Reta Ugena Whitlock
  51.  Carter G. Woodson

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