qPedagogical Encountersq demonstrates how learning spaces that are ethical, responsive, and transformable can enable students and teachers to open toward new ways of being in the world. Through collective biography, ethnography, and arts-based research, the authors - educators with experience in diverse settings - generate rich descriptions of classroom practices, and elaborate and clarify new theoretical concepts through their discussion in relation to specific sites of teaching and learning.At the top I stenciled: aquot;Where they come from:aquot; and underneath, freehand with the black ink pen, I wrote in all the names of the ... I put a dot at the end of my list of place names and started listing the names of languages I remembered in the same style. This time the words were not English words laid over aboriginal country but words from Aboriginal languages with ... The arts practice led me to a way of working with my memories that was, simultaneously, about masking and revealing.
|Author||:||Bronwyn Davies, Susanne Gannon|
|Publisher||:||Peter Lang - 2009|