J.L.Lemke On-line Office
From this page I will create links to my own work and other sources which present radical or challenging views about education, schooling, younger adults, and social and political perspectives on curriculum issues. These are my own views or those of the original authors; some may be extremely controversial. They are not necessarily endorsed by my university or anyone else. Judge for yourself.
Contribution for the Mexico City conference on Qualitative Classroom Research
Realism and Research in Urban Education - A Critical Agenda for Re-engineering Education
The following links are to some of my more conventional, but I hope still interesting, work on basic educational issues:
"Teaching All the Languages of Science: Words, Symbols, Images, and Actions"
"Semiotics and the Deconstruction of Conceptual Learning"
"Education, Cyberspace, and Change" External site link.