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Recreating Relationships

H Christiansen

Recreating Relationships

H Christiansen

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The efforts of collaborative inquiry and community building in education are described by exploring a multitude of collaborative experiences in educational settings.

- Publisher Focuses on two major themes: the improvement of teaching practice through collaborative research, and reflection on the process of collaboration itself to understand its role in educational change.

The efforts of collaborative inquiry and community building in education are described by exploring a multitude of collaborative experiences in educational settings. The authors reflect upon many types of collaborative experiences in ways that will ring true for readers. They challenge educators at all levels to think about the multiple meanings and implications of collaboration by telling real stories about real people involved in collaborative experiences within schools and educational institutions.

"This book infuses the solid scholarly treatment of collaboration with all the vitality, complexity, uncertainty, and fulfillment which is experienced by those who try to work collaboratively. The different contexts of the collaborative relationships being analyzed are described in enough detail to enable the readers to imagine them and make connections to their own experiences, which provides an important backdrop for understanding the more abstract and theoretical discussions". -- Linda LaRocque, Simon Fraser University

"I like the book's use of character; real people are doing the writing and real people are found as participants. It also showed the spirit of people trying to work together in different settings -- everyone is so earnest about giving a positive tone to the book". -- Michael Connelly, University of Toronto



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The efforts of collaborative inquiry and community building in education are described by exploring a multitude of collaborative experiences in educational settings.
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Focuses on two major themes: the improvement of teaching practice through collaborative research, and reflection on the process of collaboration itself to understand its role in educational change.

The efforts of collaborative inquiry and community building in education are described by exploring a multitude of collaborative experiences in educational settings. The authors reflect upon many types of collaborative experiences in ways that will ring true for readers. They challenge educators at all levels to think about the multiple meanings and implications of collaboration by telling real stories about real people involved in collaborative experiences within schools and educational institutions.

"This book infuses the solid scholarly treatment of collaboration with all the vitality, complexity, uncertainty, and fulfillment which is experienced by those who try to work collaboratively. The different contexts of the collaborative relationships being analyzed are described in enough detail to enable the readers to imagine them and make connections to their own experiences, which provides an important backdrop for understanding the more abstract and theoretical discussions". -- Linda LaRocque, Simon Fraser University

"I like the book's use of character; real people are doing the writing and real people are found as participants. It also showed the spirit of people trying to work together in different settings -- everyone is so earnest about giving a positive tone to the book". -- Michael Connelly, University of Toronto


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  • Catalogue Code 121697
  • Product Code 0791433048
  • EAN 9780791433041
  • Pages 330
  • Department Ministry
  • Category Education
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Baker & Taylor
  • Publication Date Feb 1997
  • Dimensions 226 x 150 x 21 mm
  • Weight 0.471kg

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