Dr. Patricia Calderwood
Professor of Curriculum & Instruction
o: Canisius Hall Rm 109
Calderwood, P. E. (2000). Learning community: finding common ground in difference. New York: Teachers College Press.
Calderwood, P. E., Mazza , M., Ruel, A., Favano, A., Jean-Guilluame, V., McNeill, D. & Stenerson. C. (2008). The Conversation of Critical Practice: Pre-service Teachers As Educators for Social Justice. International Journal on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 2, (1).
Calderwood, P. E. & D'Amico, K. (2008). Balancing Acts: negotiating presence and authority in shared reflection. Studying Teacher Education: A Journal of Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices, 4, (1), 47-59.
Calderwood, P. E. (2007). A case study of faculty community under construction. Essays in Education, 21, 120-138.
Gardner, E. B., Calderwood, P. E, & Torosyan, R, (2007-08). Dangerous pedagogy. Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning, volume 13, winter 2007-08.
Calderwood, P. E. (2005). Living And Learning In Community: Blending Intentional And Learning Community On Campus. Journal of College and Character, VI, (7). http://www.CollegeValues.org/articles.cfm
Calderwood, P. E. (2005). Risking Aesthetic Reading. International Journal of Education and the Arts, 6 (3), http://ijea.asu.edu/v6n3.
Calderwood, P. E. (2003). Toward a professional community for social justice. Journal of Transformative Education, 1, (4), 301-320.
Calderwood, P. E. (2003). Learning from student nurses and student teachers: A cross-disciplinary reflection. Scholar-Practitioner Quarterly, 1, (3), 41-58.
Calderwood, P. E. (2000). When community fails to transform: the raveling and unraveling of a community of writers. The Urban Review, 32, (3), 263-292.