Description - The Ethnography Of Empowerment by Helja Antola Robinson
This account of teacher research is a study of four first grade classrooms, and the interaction between the teachers and their students. The accounts give examples of "good teaching" and show, through case studies, how the students can better learn and teachers better teach. The author demonstrates examples of good teaching by means of dialogues between teachers and students, and she sees the "ethnography of empowerment" as bringing university staff closer to the empowering practice, in the same way that teacher-research work has brought teachers closer to empowering university practice.
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(234mm x 156mm x 10mm)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
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