Challenging technocratic logics in teacher education: Seeking guidance from Indigenous and Aristotelian traditions

@article{Kerr2018ChallengingTL,
  title={Challenging technocratic logics in teacher education: Seeking guidance from Indigenous and Aristotelian traditions},
  author={J. Kerr},
  journal={Research in Education},
  year={2018},
  volume={100},
  pages={83 - 96}
}
  • J. Kerr
  • Published 2018
  • Sociology
  • Research in Education
  • In this article, I argue that technocratic forms of education are miseducational and intricately tied to matters of social inequity and colonialism. Through outlining the epistemic limitations, as well as drawing on decolonial scholarship, I point out that technocratic logics in education intentionally ignore the people, places, and more-than-human beings in educational configurations. In response to these concerns, I engage with Indigenous and Aristotelian scholarship that takes up embodied… CONTINUE READING

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