Search results for: Holmes Rachel
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The current article addresses the use of video in classroom research. In failing to interfere with the everyday banality of the normal child, research colludes with the production of exclusion, disadvantage and a stunted set of possible futures for children. Written by four ethnographers of early childhood who have themselves (mis)used video cameras in classrooms, the article describes an experimental video film that attempts to intervene in the repetitious production of the banal.
Updated: Mar. 01, 2011
This article grapples with the notion of 'autobiography as performance'. It specifically deals with the notion in relation to classroom narratives around Lather's 'ontological stammering' and Cavarero's 'the necessary other' played out under the practitioner-researcher's gaze. The article examines the shifting landscape of higher education, fraught with tensions as discourses of economic rationality and seem laced with expectations of teachers to be able to embrace all the possibilities that lie within diverse classroom 'realities'.
Updated: Aug. 31, 2009