“This whole process has turned me into ‘that’ teacher!”: Teacher leaders in a post-truth era (2019)
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It is in this context of defunding and marketization that we began a collaborative research project with public school science teachers in early 2018. This project aims to better understand (and mitigate) the challenges they face as they work to enact a pedagogical praxis that links science to larger societal issues of inequality, oppression, and discrimination (i.e., a sociopolitical approach to science education (Tolbert and Bazzul 2017)).
CitationTolbert S, Williams J (2019). “This whole process has turned me into ‘that’ teacher!”: Teacher leaders in a post-truth era. Toronto, CAN: American Educational Research Association. 05/04/2019-09/04/2019.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research39 - Education::3904 - Specialist studies in education::390403 - Educational administration, management and leadership
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