Search results for: Research praxis
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The author believes teacher education is located on the borderline of both teaching and research. In the following, the author will explain this statement, reviewing teacher educators’ vulnerabilities in each role. Finally, she will claim that this borderline position has a potential of becoming a resource for innovation. The author argues that teacher educators can be brokers of change. Located at the border between teaching, research and policymaking, they have the opportunity to be part of each profession, experiencing the other two’s perspectives, expectations and criticism.
Updated: Dec. 16, 2018
This article explores the research practices used by teachers and their schools. It also investigates the value that teachers attribute to those research practices. In conclusion, this study reveals that teachers are interested in research and research practices and value these things even if they are unable to engage with them in their daily work.
Updated: Aug. 28, 2017
And Worldlessness, Alas, Is Always a Kind of Barbarism: Hannah Arendt and the Challenge of Educating in Worldless Times
This article is philosophical in nature, focusing on several of Hannah Arendt’s published works. The article examines Hannah Arendt’s analysis of the problem of modern world alienation, with particular attention to the ways in which predominant modes of thinking contribute to this problem. The author argues that educational research and practices must be grounded in an Arendtian conception of thinking if we are to reclaim the world.
Updated: May. 25, 2010
This article introduces conversations and stories as data which I reproduced in response to the research questions, dreams, memory work and collective biography workshops with my participants. The article rechoreographs the process that enabled storytelling to emerge as a method of inquiry and a mode of representing the research.
Updated: Oct. 22, 2008