Leading An International Teaching Practicum: Negotiating Tensions in A Site of Border Pedagogy

From Section:
Theories & Approaches
Australia,, South Africa
Apr. 05, 2012

Source: Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, Volume 40, Issue 2, 2012, pages 97-109.

This paper is a critical account of a particular experience of an Australian teacher educator leading an international teaching practicum in South Africa.

The account shows how multifarious tensions play out in the practice of a teacher educator working in transcultural spaces utilising ‘border pedagogy’.

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