|aSelf-study and diversity /|cDeborah Tidwell, Linda Fitzgerald [editors].
|aRotterdam :|bSense Publishers,|cc2006.
|axvii, 305 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm.
|aProfessional learning ;|vv. 2
|aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
|aSection 1: Autobiographical research: Woodstock to hip-hop : convergent lifeline and the pedagogy of personal quest / Patrick Pritchard and Andre Mountain ; A self-study on raced and gendered discourse : seeking internalized oppressions and practices / Timothy Spraggins -- Section 2: Explicit theory-based autobiographical method: Revisiting feminist authority through a co/autoethnographic lens / Monica Taylor and Lesley Coia ; A marxian approach in education / Victoria Perselli ; Teacher identity formation in a multicultural world : intersections of autobiographical research and critical pedagogy / Michael Vavrus -- Section 3: Classroom-based research: Nurturing cognitive dissonance in new teachers : in search of pedagogy that supports social justice / Helen Freidus ; Learning to address issues of equity and access through inquiry in a study teaching seminar : a self-study / Linda Knoll ; diversity : one teacher educator's journey / Katheryn East -- Section 4: Classroom-based collaborative research: Dispositions for teaching for social justice / Linda May Fitzgerald, Christine Canning and Catherine Miller ; Teaching all children mathematics : how self-study made a difference / Hafdi?s Guejo?nsdo?ttir and Jo?ni?na Vala Kristinsdo?ttir ; Using our subjective experience : teaching curriculum / Ayani Good and Peter Pereira -- Section 5: Artifacts and visual representation: "That's what I am here for" : images of working lives of academic and support staff / Morwenna Griffiths, Joseph Windle and Margaret Simms ; Revealing the diverse self in self-study : the analysis of artifacts / Mary Phillips Manke and Jerry Allender ; Nodal moments as a context for meaning / Deborah Tidwell.