Rejecting Mediocrity and the Politics of Domestication. - Journal of Curriculum Theorizing

Rejecting Mediocrity and the Politics of Domestication.

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  • Release Date - Published: 2005-09-22
  • Book Genre: Education
  • Author: Journal of Curriculum Theorizing
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Laying Down Invisible Boundaries In the field of education, we tend to focus on three types of narratives: Narratives of despair (which usually describe deficit models of what one particular individual or group[s] of individuals is lacking or not doing); narratives of success (which describe an individual or group[s] of individuals who have successfully overcome challenges against all odds); and narratives of inspiration (which describe theoretical frameworks and/or inspirational perspectives).

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