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[Xmca-l] Re: [Sysfling] Research in Subject-matter Teaching and Learning (RISTAL)



Aha. Got it.

I agree. Looks like a great venue for several xmca participants. They
declare theie oppeness to multiple approaches, I guess
 Time will tell.
Mike
On Fri, Dec 2, 2016 at 5:52 PM Edward Wall <ewall@umich.edu> wrote:

> Mike
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>      It would seem that a journal whose focus is truly subject matter
> teaching and learning would be open to thoughtfully considering what this
> would look like in other than a neo-libberal curriculum for all the reasons
> Margaret and Carrie bring up in their paper.I know of a number of people on
> the editorial board and they are among those with a lot of influence in
> high school curricula and beyond. Some of them, I think, would appreciate
> what Margaret and Carrie have to say.
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> Ed
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> > On Dec 2, 2016, at  6:58 PM, mike cole <mcole@ucsd.edu> wrote:
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> > Response in what sense, Ed?
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> > Still pondering your questions about rigor and responsiveness.
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> > Hope to watch the movie tonight.
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> > mike
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> > On Fri, Dec 2, 2016 at 4:09 PM, Edward Wall <ewall@umich.edu> wrote:
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> >> Just got this. It seems that Margaret and Carrie’s paper might be an
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> >> appropriate response to this.
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> >> Ed Wall
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> >>> Begin forwarded message:
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> >>> From: Mary Schleppegrell <mjschlep@umich.edu>
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> >>> Subject: [Sysfling] Fwd: Research in Subject-matter Teaching and
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> >> Learning (RISTAL)
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> >>> Date: December 2, 2016 at 8:17:30 AM CST
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> >>> To: sysfling@cardiff.ac.uk
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> >>>
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> >>> FYI
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> >>>
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> >>> Dear colleagues,
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> >>>
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> >>> We wish to announce that the Association for „Fachdidaktik“ (GFD;
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> >> www.fachdidaktik.org <http://www.fachdidaktik.org/>) and the University
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> >> of Vienna are launching a new scholarly, peer-reviewed journal called
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> >> Research in Subject-matter Teaching and Learning (RISTAL;
> www.ristal.org <
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> >> http://www.ristal.org/>). We are currently accepting submissions for
> the
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> >>                     first issue, which is scheduled to appear in autumn
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> >> 2017.
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> >>>
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> >>> If you would be so kind, please forward this announcement to colleagues
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> >> in your field who are interested in fostering comparative perspectives
> and
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> >> a productive exchange of ideas among researchers in subject-matter
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> >> education around the world.
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> >>>
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> >>> You may find further information at www.ristal.org <
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> >> http://www.ristal.org/>.
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> >>>
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> >>> Prof. Dr. Martin Rothgangel (editor-in-chief)
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> >>>
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> >>>
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> >>> University of Vienna
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> >>> Institute for Religious Education
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> >>> Schenkenstr. 8-10
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> >>> A-1010 Vienna, Austria
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> >>> Tel.: +43-1-4277-32904
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> >>> E-mail: martin.rothgangel@univie.ac.at <mailto:martin.rothgangel@
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> >> univie.ac.at>
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> >>> Web: etfrp.univie.ac.at <http://etfrp.univie.ac.at/>
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> >>>
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> >>>
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> >>>
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> >>> --
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> >>> Mary J. Schleppegrell
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> >>> Professor, School of Education
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> >>> University of Michigan
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> >>> 610 E. University Ave.
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> >>> Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1259
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> >>>
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> >>> office: 734-647-2449
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> >>> fax: 734-763-1368
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> >>> mjschlep@umich.edu <mailto:mjschlep@umich.edu>
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> >>>
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> >>> _______________________________________________
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