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The Teaching Imaginary: Collective Identity in a Post-Prefixed Age
(Greenwood Publishing Group, 2002)
Every society up to now has attempted to give an answer to a few fundamental questions: Who are we as a collectivity? What are we for one another? Where and in what are we? What do we want; what do we desire; what are ...
Teaching & Research: Learning's Twin Poles
(2nd Canadian Summit on the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning, 2006)
One reason I wanted to be here today is because I have a nagging concern about the drive to incorporate research more explicitly into teaching. It’s reminiscent of the drive for "quality" education in schools, which ...