Seeing as strangers: teachers’ investigations of lived curriculum

  title={Seeing as strangers: teachers’ investigations of lived curriculum},
  author={P. Joseph},
  journal={Journal of Curriculum Studies},
  pages={283 - 302}
  • P. Joseph
  • Published 2007
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Curriculum Studies
  • This paper explores the metaphor of the ‘teacher as stranger’ as a guide for curriculum inquiry. It describes investigations conducted by educators in an introductory curriculum studies course and illustrates the themes revealed in students’ lived‐curriculum journals. In particular, it examines several journals to document how perceptions of curriculum changed over time, and to analyse the extent to which these teachers began to see as ‘strangers’ by developing critical consciousness and… CONTINUE READING
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