The International Journal of Education and the Arts has published an article I’ve written titled, Resignifiying the negative space: Troubling the representation of learning. Check it out!Read details
The book ¡Y luego te dicen que la escuela pública no funciona! brings together the results from the Spanish national research project Living and learning with new literacies in and outside secondary school: contributions to reducing dropout, exclusion and disaffection among youth (MINECO. EDU2011-24122), which was active from 2011-2014.Read details
F^Cubed is a collaborative visual research project with teens that explores the issue of food access and the notion of heritage within the historic neighborhood of Frenchtown. Carried out in collaboration with an FSU research team, the Palmer Munroe Teen Center and the Frenchtown Heritage Hub.Read details
I recently gave the keynote address in the bi-annual symposium hosted by the research group Grupo de pesquisa a Cultura Visual e Educaçao. This year the symposium was held in Montevideo, Uruguay, and explored the topic: Educational Research in Hyper-Visual Contexts.Read details
A semester-long project that used desire paths as a metaphor to reflect on teaching and learning…Read details
This week at AERA I presented in Theorizing Space and Place, a paper session organized within the division for Curriculum Studies (Div B).
All four papers in the session looked critically at space as productive of knowledge, a more-than-physical construct that has ideological and discursive implications.Read details