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Southwell, Myriam – Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education, 2022
In contrast to more classical historiographical-educational currents, constituted by narratives in which a pristine will that embodied equally pristine pedagogical ideals prevailed, the new and reinforced versions of history highlight the ambiguous and contradictory character of political-pedagogical discourses. The narratives made available here…
Descriptors: Autobiographies, Educational History, Research Methodology, Guides
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Szwabowski, Oskar; Wezniejewska, Paulina; Lozinska, Monika – Research in Education, 2022
This text is about teaching evocative autoethnography in higher education. The main part entitled 'On stage' is a record of the presentation at the "Ideatorium" conference devoted to academic teaching. We decided to talk about the project "Autoethnography of Study" which Oskar conducted at the University of Szczecin. Instead of…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Autobiographies, Ethnography, Higher Education
Susan Wilson-Golab – ProQuest LLC, 2023
Many believe that teacher leaders can positively impact a school system, lifting the level of student achievement as well as cultivating a positive professional culture of learning (Carver & Feiman-Nemser, 2009; Lieberman & Miller, 2004; Nolan & Palazzolo, 2011; York-Barr & Duke, 2004). Drawing on the researcher's own lived journey…
Descriptors: Autobiographies, Ethnography, Teacher Leadership, Faculty Development
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María del Mar del Pozo Andrés – History of Education, 2023
This article explores the possibilities that the study of personal memories offers to historians of education. All the arguments revolve around three questions: (1) What is your first memory? From this starting point we explore research dealing with autobiographical memories, both earliest and school memories, as well as future possibilities in…
Descriptors: Memory, Early Experience, Educational Experience, Teachers
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Na, Vanessa S.; Wang, Amy C.; White, Hannah Hyun – International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (QSE), 2022
As institutions of higher education continue to evolve and adopt neoliberal ideologies, doctoral student socialization is increasingly shaped by logic and exacerbated for students of color. In this paper, we use the five tenets, privatized consumerism, precarity, competitive individualism, surveillance, and declining morality, offered by Museus…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, Socialization, Neoliberalism, Autobiographies
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Mace, John H.; Zhu, Jian; Kruchten, Emilee A.; McNally, Kevin – Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2023
Research on involuntary autobiographical memories has made significant progress over the past two decades. One question in this area concerns whether involuntary memories are functional, or merely cognitive failures. Survey methods have been used to assess the question of involuntary memory functionality, but with mixed results, with some…
Descriptors: Memory, Recall (Psychology), Autobiographies, Cognitive Processes
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Salehjee, Saima; Watts, Mike – London Review of Education, 2023
In this article, we first explore the metaphor of wearing culture, drawn from the work of Anne Phillips, which challenges some of the precepts underpinning theories of intersectionality. We then go on to celebrate successes rather than failures, a departure from the broad ethos of intersectionality and illustrate how wearing of STEAM culture can…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Art Education, Intersectionality, Females
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Kang, Stephie Minjung; Gangopadhyay, Suha; Hall, Lindsey Allene – Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 2023
Historically, language and literacy education has overemphasized the ability to listen, speak, read, and write in one standard language (Campbell, 2005; Clark, 2013) without taking personal, historical, and contextual literacy experiences into account. Undertaking autobiography writing as a critical reflexive practice, this study analyzes three…
Descriptors: Literacy Education, Autobiographies, Writing (Composition), Global Approach
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Hutmacher, Fabian; Schläger, Linus; Meerson, Rinat – Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2023
Humans have long used external memory aids to support remembering. However, modern digital technologies could facilitate recording and remembering personal information in an unprecedented manner. The present research sought to understand the potential impact of these technologies on autobiographical memory based on interviews with users of smart…
Descriptors: Autobiographies, Memory, Journal Writing, Computer Oriented Programs
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Ng, Kok-Mun; Anandavalli, S.; Litherland, Gideon; Bell, Tamekia R.; Ewe, Edward; Lau, Jared; List, Allison – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2023
In this autoethnography inquiry, seven counselor educators from diverse intersectionalities discuss how they leverage their selfhood to promote antiracist counselor education. Based on two cycles of pattern coding, the authors identified themes of perceiving, experiencing, creating, and facilitating. Implications for future research and practice…
Descriptors: Counselor Educators, Counselor Training, Training Methods, Autobiographies
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Lengelle, Reinekke – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2023
This interview-based article about Hubert Hermans, founder of The Dialogical Self Theory (DST), was intended to determine the founder's personal relationship to the construction and development of his theory and to provide a portrait of the engaged scientist and vulnerable researcher at work. DST lends itself to interdisciplinary research and…
Descriptors: Scientists, Self Concept, Theories, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Sotgiu, Igor – Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2021
The present article provides a descriptive review of the studies conducted by eight memory researchers who empirically investigated their own autobiographical memory. They are Francis Galton, Madorah Smith, Marigold Linton, Willem Wagenaar, Steen Larsen, Dorthe Berntsen, Alan Baddeley and Richard White. These authors assessed their ability to…
Descriptors: Memory, Researchers, Autobiographies, Cognitive Measurement
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Trimingham Jack, Christine – History of Education Review, 2022
Purpose: Charlotte Brontë integrated her own and her sisters' traumatic boarding school experiences into her novel, Jane Eyre (1847) as a way of expressing her anger through autobiographical fiction. The aim is to link contemporary research into boarding school trauma to the relevant events, thereby identifying what she wrote as a testimony…
Descriptors: Boarding Schools, Educational Experience, Trauma, Authors
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de Almeida, Daniel Manzoni; Paranhos, William Roslindo – Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, 2023
It is commonplace to think that the university space is that of a docile body ideology for the reception of the diversity of bodies and that individuals who have been inserted and are maintained in this space are absent from symbolic violence. It is up to us to ask what are the mechanisms of this (in)visibilization perceived and experienced by us?…
Descriptors: Universities, Autobiographies, Ethnography, LGBTQ People
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Boda, Phillip Andrew – Qualitative Research Journal, 2023
Purpose: Leveraging autoethnography and conceptual syntheses, the author stake the claim that supporting people to empower themselves in the naming and description of their lived realities beyond assumed incompleteness constitutes a resistant form of critical praxis the author name as epistemic (de)centering. Through these engagements of varying…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Autobiographies, Ethnography, Epistemology
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