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Researching Teaching: Learning From Each Other's Stories

Nophanet Dhamborvorn
The Journal of Educational Thought (JET) / Revue de la Pensée Éducative
Vol. 30, No. 3 (December, 1996), pp. 287-301
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23768884
Page Count: 15
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Abstract

In this paper I give a narrative account of my experiences of struggling as a researcher working with two kindergarten teachers. I describe how the research was shaped by my own search for what it means to be a teacher. I tell how working with Michael and Carol helped me name the conflicts I had experienced in my own teaching, conflicts which were reflected in the research process, as dilemmas. I also show how paying close attention to other people's lived stories can help teachers explore their own lived stories of their teaching. Dans cet article je dresse un compte-rendu narratif de mon parcours tortueux comme chercheur travaillant avec deux enseignants de maternelle. Je décris comment la recherche était construite autour de ma propre quête quant à ce que signifie être enseignant. Je montre comment le fait de travailler avec Michael et Carol m'a aidé à identifier les conflits que j'avais rencontrés dans mon propre enseignement, conflits qui se trouvaient transcrits dans le processus de recherche,en tant que dilemmes. Je montre également comment le fait de prêter une attention rapprochée aux histoires de vie d'autres personnes peut aider les enseignants à explorer leurs propres histoires professionnelles.

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