Toward Curriculum for Being

Toward Curriculum for Being

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Five teacher-scholars examine in a series of papers written over several years what it means to teach, to work together, to seek new forms of curriculum, and to engage in interpretive inquiry. Some of the metaphors that surfaced in their conversations and writing are Education as Journey, Language as Meaning, and Teacher as Pilgrim. Themes that grew out of their dialogue about these metaphors and their implications for curriculum and teaching include The Meaning of Questioning, Alienation, Detour, Caring, and Dwelling.Or, as Dickinson writes rather more vividly in Poem 657, we spread wide our aquot; narrow Hands / To gather Paradise a€” aquot;. ... Teachers, who must be pupils as well, and students, who are teachers as well, together embark upon the journey of education with an open, not closed, end. In brief ... In Toward Curriculum for Being, Mary, who teaches science education to preschool teachers, speaks movingly of theanbsp;...

Title:Toward Curriculum for Being
Author: Louise M. Berman, Ted T. Aoki
Publisher:SUNY Press - 1991

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