Women and Pedagogy

Education through Autobiographical Narrative

Pattie C.S. Burke

This volume will take readers on a journey through the non-fiction personal life stories of one woman educator as she relates events from childhood to very mature adulthood. Readers will recognize themselves in some of Burke's challenging, humorous, and emotionally complex conundrums.
Date Published :
June 2014
Publisher :
Educator's International Press
Language:
English
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781891928352

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$19.95

Overview
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The author presents her stories with wit, passion, empathy, and deeply honest emotion. Men as well as women, teachers as well as students—-all will gain insight into the value of pursuing autobiographical writing as a tool for understanding self, schools, and society. A Foreword by curriculum scholar Susan H. Edgarton, and response essays by noted educators are an important component of this book. Referred to as a “force of nature”, Burke brings her unique energy to every page of this important volume. Burke’s stories and poems are a poignant collection of self-exploration, writing, and teaching. Teachers, mothers, and learners alike will find value in this colorful and meaningful volume.

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