Curriculum Studies - Global Studies

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Curriculum & Instruction
School of Education
UW-Madison
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MadisonWI  53706

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Curriculum Studies & Global StudiesGo to Curricuum

Curriculum Studies have been the linchpin of our department. In this area we distinguish ourselves as scholars who raise hard questions about the nature of curriculum. We do this work through history and other social sciences along with theory and curriculum planning. This work extends well beyond the borders of the United States to educational systems and efforts all across the world. Scholars in this area have a strong international identity and focus and draw students from all over the world.

Area Faculty

    • Michael Apple, John Bascom Emeritus Professor of Curriculum and Instruction and Educational Policy Studies, Ed.D. Columbia University, 1970. Curriculum theory, political sociology of education

    • Thomas Popkewitz, Professor, Ed.D. New York University, 1970
      Historical, ethnographic, and comparative studies of educational reform

    • Bernadette Baker, Professor, Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1997
      Curriculum studies, politics and the construction of knowledge, global studies

    • François Tochon, Professor, Ph.D. Laval University, 1990; Ph.D. University of Ottawa, 1997

      Foreign language teacher education, international studies in curriculum, instruction, and teacher education



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