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Contested Spaces of Teaching and Learning


Contested Spaces of Teaching and Learning

Practitioner Ethnographies of Adult Education in the United States

von: Janise Hurtig, Katherine Silvester, Char Ullman, Sofia A. Villenas, Gretchen Wilbur, Joseph Zanoni, Carolyn Chernoff, Jill Koyama, Silvia Noguerón-Liu, Carolina Osorio Gil, Tryphenia B. Peele-Eady, Sara K. Schneider

109,99 €

Verlag: Lexington Books
Format: EPUB
Veröffentl.: 08.11.2019
ISBN/EAN: 9781498581332
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 256

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<span>Contested Spaces of Teaching and Learning</span>
<span> examines the educational experiences of adults as cultural practice. These practices take place in diverse settings from formal educational contexts to institutionally interstitial realms to fluid and explicitly contested everyday spaces. This edited collection includes twelve richly rendered ethnographic case studies written from the perspective of practitioner-ethnographers who straddle the roles of educator and ethnographic researcher. Drawing on distinct theoretical framings, these contributors illuminate the ways in which adults engaged in teaching and learning participate in cultural practices that intersect with other dimensions of social life, such as work, recreation, community engagement, personal development, or political action. By juxtaposing ethnographic inquiries of formal and informal learning spaces, as well as intentional and unintended challenges to mainstream adult teaching and learning, this collection provides new understandings and critical insights into the complexities of adults’ educational experiences.</span>
<span>This edited collection of critical practitioner-based ethnographies explores how adults teach and learn across diverse formal and informal educational spaces. </span>
<span>Contested Spaces of Teaching and Learning</span>
<span> illustrates the myriad ways in which the process of adults teaching and learning is profoundly social, transformational, and linked to social change.</span>
<span>Introduction: Contesting Adult Education</span>
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<span>Carolyn Chernoff and Janise Hurtig</span>
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<span>Section 1—Contesting Curriculum: Teaching and Learning in Community Education Spaces </span>
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<span>Chapter 1: Maps, Flyers, and Notebooks: The Materiality of Experts and Novices in Refugee Education</span>
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<span>Jill Koyama</span>
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<span>Chapter 2: Rethinking Digital Resources in Adult and Family Literacy: Immigrant Parents’ Perspectives in Digital Literacy Program</span>
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<span>Silvia Noguerón-Liu</span>
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<span>Chapter 3: A Space Within a Space</span>
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<span>Janise Hurtig</span>
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<span>Section 2—Contesting Contexts: </span>
<span>Teaching and Learning in Institutional Spaces</span>
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<span>Chapter 4: Insider Yoga: Bodily Cultivation in Yoga at the River, a Hermetic Male Prison Yoga Community</span>
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<span>Sara K. Schneider </span>
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<span>Chapter 5: The Call to Wisdom: Warm Demander Pedagogy and the Black Church Sunday School Teacher as Learner</span>
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<span>Tryphenia B. Peele-Eady</span>
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<span>Chapter 6: Every Voice Matters: Taking Action for Equity</span>
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<span>Gretchen Wilbur</span>
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<span>Chapter 7: Organizers Leading Learning: Transforming Training at the Latino Union Workers Center</span>
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<span>Joseph Zanoni</span>
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<span>Section 3— Contesting Community: </span>
<span>Teaching and Learning in </span>
<span>and across Public Spaces</span>
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<span>Chapter 8: “All I Want Is to Breathe. . . . Won’t You Breathe with Me?” The Individual and the Collective in an LGBTQ and Allies Community of Practice</span>
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<span>Char Ullman</span>
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<span>Chapter 9: Latinx Cultural Programming as Public Pedagogy: Mobilizing Cultura (Culture) in a Small Town Community in Upstate New York</span>
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<span>Sofia A. Villenas and Carolina Osorio Gil</span>
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<span>Chapter 10: Transnational Lives and Lifelong Learning in Mutual Assistance</span>
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<span>Katherine Silvester</span>
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<span>Chapter 11: Identity On Parade: Teaching and Learning Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality in Public</span>
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<span>Carolyn Chernoff</span>
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<span>Index</span>
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<span>About the Editors and Contributors</span>
<span>Carolyn Chernoff </span>
<span>is faculty member at Moore College of Art &amp; Design.<br><br></span>
<span>Janise Hurtig </span>
<span>is faculty member at DePaul University.</span>

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