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School culture and image production, Critical pedagogy, Elementary teacher education, Action research
- PhD in Curriculum and Instruction, The University of Texas at Austin
- M.A in Curriculum and Instruction, The University of Texas at Austin
- B.A. Theatre Arts, The University of Texas at El Paso
Jeannette D. Alarcón is an Assistant Professor in the Teacher Education and Higher Education Department in the School of Education. She earned her PhD. from the University of Texas at Austin in the Cultural Studies in Education Program with an emphasis in elementary social studies education. Her research aims to understand school culture and provide emancipatory spaces for teachers to share their experiences. Her work has been presented nationally at the annual meetings of the American Educational Research Association, American Educational Studies Association and College and University Faculty Assembly for the National Council of the Social Studies.
Alarcón, J. D. Enacting critical pedagogy in an elementary methods course: A move toward re-imagining teacher education. (in press, anticipated publication date April 2016) The International Journal of Critical Pedagogy
Alarcón, J., Holmes, K., & Bybee, E. (2015) Historical thinking inside the box: Pre service elementary teachers use journey boxes to craft counter narratives. The Social Studies.
Alarcón, J. D. School Cultures (in press anticipated publication December 2015) TESOL Encyclopedia Entry
Alarcón, J. D., & Bettez, S. C. Breaking Assimilist Binds: Peer to Peer Latina Mentoring. (published online fall 2014) Proceedings Paper, Society for Educating Women Annual Meeting
Obenchain, K., Alarcón, J.D., Bellows, E., Ives, R., & Alama, M. (2014) Hungarian youth in Romania discuss hybrid notions of civic identity: Making the case for cultural preservation and multilingualism. The High School Journal.
Delissovoy, N., Campos, E., & Alarcón, J. D. (2012) Challenging Epistemological Authority in Qualitative Research: An Emancipatory Approach. in Challenging Status Quo Retrenchment: New Directions in Critical Qualitative Research.
Kress, T.M., Malott, C. & Porfilio, B. (eds.). Information Age Publishing.