Bolti ár: 4360 Ft
Internetes ár: 3924 Ft (10% kedvezmény)
Kiadás éve: 2011
Kiadó: Hampton Press
Kategóriák: Pszichológia, pszichoterápia, Pedagógia
This volume is a resource for teacher educators who wish to explore the consequences of classroom narrative practices and the value-laden stances such practices enact. Chapters guide teacher educators to ask the following questions in assessing their own classroom narratives as well as those of teachers and teacher candidates with whom they work: How do we invite and maintain student participation in difficult conversations? How can cultural differences in classrooms becomes resources for all to learn? How do we evaluate the moral and ethical dimensions of our interactional choices?
Examples and end of chapter questions for reflection invite readers to analyze and question the narratives they and their students tell during tense conversations involving cultural difference. The chapters stimulate consideration of how such narratives evoke moral stances that impact teaching and learning. Such considerations raise complicated ethical dilemmas that can evoke rich discussions among teachers and teacher educators about how to engage in equitable and inclusive classroom dialogues.
Contents: Acknowledgments. Introduction: Narrative Discourse Analysis for Teacher Educators: Considering Participation, Difference and Ethics , Lesley Rex. A Teacher-Practitioner’s Perspective on Narration, Stephen Bodnar. Concepts and Methods for Using Narration in Teacher Education, Betsy Rymes and Stanton Wortham. Understanding (Moral) Viewpoints through Layered Interpretations of Teachers’ Stories, Amy S. Johnson. Classroom Narratives and Ethical Responsibility: How Markers of Difference Can Inform Teaching and Teacher Education, Stephanie Kerschbaum. Exploring Cultural Complexity in Teacher Education through Interactional and Critical Study of Classroom Narratives, Mary M. Juzwik. Reflections of a Cultural Translator, Andrea Zellner. About the Authors. Author Index. Subject Index
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