Sharing Pedagogies:  Students and Teachers Respond to English Curricula

Title

Sharing Pedagogies: Students and Teachers Respond to English Curricula

Role

Editors: Gail Tayko, John Tassoni

Contributing authors: Elizabeth Boquet, C. Ann Ott, C. Mark Hurlbert.

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Document Type

Book Contribution

Description/Summary

Elizabeth Boquet, with C. Ann Ott and C. Mark Hurlbert, is a contributing author, “Dinner at the Classroom Restaurant: Shared Pedagogies in a Graduate Seminar.”

Book description: This is a book about the passion, risk, and promise of sharing power in the classroom. It is a quest for something students and teachers need and may yet win: a culture of democratic authority in our classrooms. The essays collected here show students and teachers reconstructing power relations by asking: Who has the right to speak in the classroom? Whose voices, what content, and which processes should be deployed? How can we overcome entrenched teacher-talk? It addresses one of the central concerns of democratic teaching: Where does subject matter come from and what do we do with it to become empowered, critical, and more humane?

ISBN

9780867094121

Publication Date

1996

Publication Information

Ott, C. Ann, Elizabeth Boquet, and C. Mark Hurlbert. “Dinner at the Classroom Restaurant: Shared Pedagogies in a Graduate Seminar.” Sharing Pedagogies: Students and Teachers Respond to English Curricula. Eds. Gail Tayko and John Tassoni. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook/Heinemann, 1996.

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Copyright 1996 Boynton/Cook/Heinemann