Volume 38, Issue 4 of The Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies

Table of Contents

Notes on Contributors

 

Making up the Ummah: The rhetoric of ISIS as public pedagogy

Remy Low

 

“Essential cogs in the innovation machine”: The discourse of innovation in Ontario educational reform

Ken Moffat, Melanie Panitch, Henry Parada, Sarah Todd, Lisa Barnoff, and Jordan Aslett

 

Cliché, gossip, and anecdote as supervision training

Liam Grealy

 

Reconciling mixed methods approaches with a community narrative model for educational research involving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families

Eva Dakich, Tony Watt, and Neil Hooley

 

“No, do you know what your treaty rights are?” Treaty consciousness in a decolonizing frame

Chris Hiller