Working toward a socially just curriculum in South Africa: A collaborative autobiographical narrative inquiry

@article{Mueller2018WorkingTA,
  title={Working toward a socially just curriculum in South Africa: A collaborative autobiographical narrative inquiry},
  author={Marguerite Mueller and Collins Motai and Matshepo Nkopane and Tiisetso Mofokeng and N. Lephatsoe and Ryno Mouton},
  journal={Journal of Education},
  year={2018}
}
  • Marguerite Mueller, Collins Motai, +3 authors Ryno Mouton
  • Published 2018
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Education
  • In this article, we foreground the lived experiences of a group of post-graduate education students at the University of the Free State who explored issues of social justice in the curriculum. Our contextual and local experiences are situated as part of a call for the decolonisation of the curriculum. In this context, we view 86 Journal of Education, No. 74, 2018 curriculum as an autobiographical, lived, and storied practice (Pinar, 2012). Through our creative collaborative narrative, we focus… CONTINUE READING
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