The current issue presents texts that we hope will help educators more deeply understand the meaning and responsibility of curriculum in our schools and the wider community.
To provide an understanding of the learning in teacher education that happens in a voluntary and deliberate small group gathering place, we story our living out of relational knowing, respectful listening, response, inquiry, ‘world’-travelling, attending to tensions, learning to think narratively, and becoming teacher educators. What we open up in this
In this article, I tell and unpack two narratives of my experiences with welcoming parents into schools. I explore what it means to be ‘welcoming’ and I foreground elements that appear significant in creating a sense of place and engagement for parents in their children’s schooling.
Pushor, D. (2007, Fall).
Glanfield, F. & Pushor, D. (2006, Spring). The courage to be constructivist mathematics leaders. National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics Journal of Mathematics Education Leadership, 9, (1), 25-33.
Collection of six Publications from 2005.
Collection of eight Publications from 1998 - 2004.