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Title Lost in practice : transforming Nordic educational action research / edited by Karin Rönnerman and Petri Salo
Published Rotterdam : SensePublishers, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (viii, 240 pages)
Series Pedagogy, Education and Praxis ; volume 7
Pedagogy, education and praxis.
Contents Table of contents; series introduction: pedagogy, education and praxis; 1. traces of nordic educational traditions; arrangement and contents of the book; references; affiliations; part 1:background; 2. the practical knowledge regime, teachers' professionalism and professional development; introduction; background sources of legitimation; pkr -- the aristotelian heritage; theory in practice -- the scandinavian version; elaboration and translation; the individual and the collective; the scandinavian practice regime and beyond; pkr in the context of changing policies; conclusions; notes
The Configuration Problem in TranslationsArenas for Translations; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; AFFILIATIONS; 4. THE NORDIC TRADITION OF EDUCATIONAL ACTION RESEARCH:In the light of practice architectures; INTRODUCTION; THE ROOTS AND VALUE BASE OF NORDIC EDUCATION TRADITION; A THEORY OF PRACTICE ARCHITECTURES; PRACTICE ARCHITECTURES AS A LENS IN ANALYZING STUDY CIRCLES; Relatings in the Social Space of the Study Circle; Doings in the Physical Space-Time of the Study Circle; Sayings in the Semantic Space of The Study Circle; PRACTICE ARCHITECTURES AND THE NORDIC TRADITION OF ACTION RESEARCH
Relatings in the Social Space of Educational Action ResearchDoings in the Physical Space-Time of Educational Action Research; Sayings in the Semantic Space of Educational Action Research; REFLECTIONS AND CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; AFFILIATIONS; PART 2:CASE STUDIES; 5. THE PRACTICE OF PEER GROUP MENTORING:Traces of global changes and regional traditions; INTRODUCTION; AN IMPOSED PEER GROUP MENTORING PROJECT; PRACTICE ARCHITECTURES AS A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK; PRACTICE ARCHITECTURES AS ANALYTICAL CONCEPTS; PRE-FIGURATIONS THAT ENABLE AND CONSTRAIN THE PRACTICE OF PGM
Traces of A Swedish Tradition of Adults' LearningA Segregated Society and the Neoliberal Principle of User Choice: Triggers for Development; A Discourse of Diversity and Financial Support Prefigured the Practice of PGM; PREFIGURATIONS IN THE PRACTICE OF PGM; Traces of Popular Education in the Teachers' 'Doings'; Strong Collaboration Discourses -- Enabling A Democratic Practice; Material-Economic Arrangements -- A Threat to a Democratic Practice; SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; AFFILIATIONS; 6. RESEARCH CIRCLES:Constructing a space for elaborating on being a teacher leader in preschools
Summary Lost in Practice offers a further development of the notion of Nordic educational action research (as described in a earlier volume Nurturing praxis 2008), aiming to deepen and enrich understandings of the Nordic educational tradition and its various practices. It explores Nordic traditions and theories, such as bildung, practical knowledge regime and translation theory, with the aim of furthering a seminal conversation between practice theory and action research. Furthermore it illuminates the use of these theories in the context of Nordic countries by presenting a number of case studies on
Notes Includes index
Bibliography REFERENCESAFFILIATIONS; 3. ACTI ON RESEARCH AND TRANSLATION STUDIES: Understanding the change of practice; INTRODUCTION; ACTION RESEARCH IN SCANDINAVIAN WORKING LIFE; THE LINGUISTIC TURN AND DEMOCRATIC IDEALS WITHIN ACTION RESEARCH; ACTION RESEARCH IN RELATION TO ORGANIZATION THEORY.; ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AS THE FOCUS OF ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY; ORGANIZATION THEORY AND TRANSLATION THEORY; TRANSLATION THEORY; De-contextualization; Contextualization; Translation Competence; ARENAS AND PRACTICES FOR TRANSLATION IN EDUCATION; Networks and Dialogue Conferences; Development Teams in Networks
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed December 10, 2014)
Subject Action research in education -- Scandinavia.
Form Electronic book
Author Rönnerman, Karin, editor
Salo, Petri, 1964- editor
ISBN 9462097224 (electronic bk.)
9789462097223 (electronic bk.)