Biography, Identity, and Schooling: Episodes in Educational Research
In this book the authors relate their work on curriculum reform to the succession of changes in the sociology of education, using it as a starting point for setting new directions. The book is a restatement of the central role of people in educational systems.
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Humour in the Classroom
Episodes in a Teachers Life
An Alternative Culture for Teaching
Social Research as a Deviant Activity
Making Sense and Losing Meaning
Teachers Lives and Educational Research
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