Storytelling in Schools
Subjective Experience and the Preparation of Activist Teachers: Confronting the Mean Old Snapping Turtle and the Great Big Bear by Judy Kugelmass
Originally published in Teaching and Teacher Education, v16 n2 p179-94 Feb 2000
Keywords: elementary education, special education
Describes the use of autobiographical storytelling, personal myths, and visual imagery in preparing elementary and special educators for activist roles in creating effective, inclusive schools. Graduate students were presented with a social-constructivist perspective toward the content and process of schooling. Examples of materials produced by three different groups of students are provided.
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