The curriculum of humankind: a writing-interpretive inquiry on what it means to be a teacher and a human being
|dc.contributor.supervisor||Assoc. Prof. Peter Charles Taylor|
My objective was to interpret who we are as teachers - how a life is also a teaching life. Auto-ethnography is ‘used’ as the facilitator of reflexive disclosure. I adopt a poly-vocal position within a diachronic structure to discuss teaching.My experiences provide a multi-layered perspective in exploring the self, as a locus inquirer. Emerging themes highlight implications for teacher development, pre-service study, public consideration and the self in the context of collective meaning.
|dc.title||The curriculum of humankind: a writing-interpretive inquiry on what it means to be a teacher and a human being|
|curtin.department||Science and Mathematics Education Centre|