By Joe Norris, Richard Sawyer, Richard D. Sawyer
This ebook explores the price of duoethnography to the learn of interdisciplinary perform. via wealthy tales, students illustrate how dialogic and relational kinds of examine aid to facilitate deeply emic, own, and located understandings of perform and advertise own reflexivity and alterations in perform. during this ebook, scholars, lecturers, and practitioners use duoethnography to develop into extra acutely aware, dialogic, resourceful, and relational of their educating. types of perform tested during this e-book comprise schooling, drama, nursing, counseling, and artwork in lecture room, collage, and bigger specialist spaces.
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Doctoral dissertation, Washington State University. D. SAWYER ET AL. Sameshima, P. (2009). Climbing the ladder with Gabriel: Poetic inquiry of a methamphetamine addict in recovery. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. D. (2010). Curriculum and international democracy: A vital source of synergy and change. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 26(1), 22–37. , & Norris, J. (2015). Hidden and null curricula of sexual orientation. International Review of Qualitative Research, 8(1), 5–26. CHAPTER 3 A Journey Toward Mutualist Teaching and Learning: A Collaborative Reflective Practice on Community Building and Democratic Classrooms Joe Norris and Olenka Bilash Introduction Joe: Olenka: So Olenka, it has been 22 years since we began our first collaborative writing (Norris & Bilash, 1993) about our attempt to create classrooms that enabled student voice (Freire, 1986).
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108). And its value in both teaching/learning and research is that “Mutualists advocate heterogeneity. But this is not yet understood by others. Furthermore, many individualists see the universe as a zero-sum game: what someone gains is what someone else loses. Mutualists promote symbiosis, in which everybody gains at the same time and by virtue of diversity, not by virtue of conformity. 112). Symbiosis runs deep. Because we are sentient and self-aware beings, we are cognizant of the effect of another’s actions on us and ours on them.