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Title Disrupting pedagogies in the knowledge society : countering conservative norms with creative approaches / Julie Faulkner, editor
Published Hershey, Pa. : IGI Global (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA), [2012]
copyright 2012
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Description 1 online resource (302 pages) : digital files
Contents 1. Locating and loving the personal: risk and vulnerability in a secondary English language arts methods course / Suzanne Knight -- 2. Disrupting relationships: a catalyst for growth / Vicki Stieha and Miriam Raider-Roth -- 3. "Critical friendship" and sustainable change: creating liminal spaces to experience discomfort together / Susan R. Adams and Ross Peterson-Veatch -- 4. Smart people learning: self-knowledge that disrupts practice in meaningful ways / Edith A. Rusch -- 5. Shushes in the parlor: reclaiming the "conversation" metaphor / Erik Ellis -- 6. Tracing the trope of teaching as transformation / Julie Myatt Barger -- 7. Web 2.0 and conscientiz̐Μưc̐Μưao: digital students and critical reflection on and in multimedia / Heidi Skurat Harris -- 8. "I'm not always laughing at the jokes": humor as a force for disruption / Julie Faulkner and Bronwyn T. Williams -- 9. Disrupting disruption: invitational pedagogy as a response to student resistance / A. Abby Knoblauch -- 10. Negotiating disruption in visual arts education / Jennifer Elsden-Clifton -- 11. Setting the stage for professionalism: disrupting the student identity / Lynn Hanson and Meredith A. Love -- 12. Pre-service learning and the (gentle) disruption of emerging teaching identity / Mia O'Brien and Shelley Dole -- 13. The emotional labor of imagining otherwise: undoing the mastery model of mathematics teacher identity / Elizabeth de Freitas --
14. "Are you married?": exploring the boundaries of sexual taboos in the ESL classroom / Greg Curran -- 15. Disruptive relation(ship)s: romantic love as critical praxis / Rick Carpenter -- 16. Performing dissident thinking through writing: using the proprioceptive question to break out of the classroom / Kaitlin A. Briggs -- 17. The risk of rhetorical inquiry: practical conditions for a disruptive pedagogy / Drew Kopp -- 18. Teachers of young children: moving students from agents of surveillance to agents of change / Susan Matoba Adler and Jeanne Marie Iorio -- 19. Creating tension: orchestrating disruptive pedagogies in a virtual school environment / Gloria Latham -- 20. Coevolving through disrupted discussions on critical thinking, human rights and empathy / Susie Costello -- 21. The new public management of higher education: teaching and learning / Heather Brunskell-Evans -- 22. Disrupting the utilitarian paradigm: teachers doing curriculum inquiry / Pamela Bolotin Joseph
Summary "This book examines a range of 'disruptive' approaches, exploring how challenge, dissonance, and discomfort might be mobilized in educational contexts in order to shift taken-for-granted attitudes and beliefs held by both educators and learners"--Provided by publisher
Analysis Curriculum inquiry
Digital students
Disrupting relationships
Disruption in the visual arts
Disruptive pedagogies
Dissident thinking through writing
Pre-service training
Public management of higher education
Rhetorical inquiry
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Mode of access: World Wide Web
Description based on title screen (IGI Global, viewed December 19, 2011)
Subject Critical pedagogy.
Critical thinking -- Study and teaching.
Educational change.
Form Electronic book
Author Faulkner, Julie, 1952-
IGI Global.
LC no. 2011036893
ISBN 9781613504963 (ebook)