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In this article, the author offers a case of the predicaments which she encountered in conducting teacher education research at her own institution. She also re-examine these predicaments using an ethic of mindfulness and compassion. The author explores how this Buddhist perspective might help researchers navigate what can be a lonely, ethically complicated research journey among their own colleagues.
Updated: Jun. 15, 2009
Successful mentoring programs are defined by many mentor functions and benefits for the students. The article explores the issue of tensions between a mentor's inclinations toward mutuality and advocacy of his protégé, and his ethical obligation to objectivity and service as gatekeeper on behalf of the profession.
Updated: Feb. 12, 2008
This paper explores the central place of stories and narratives in action research practices and accounts to argue that it is hard to imagine how we might do or write about action research in a non-storied way. The paper argues that good stories help us to think well and more wisely about ourselves and our practice.
Updated: Jan. 07, 2008