Elbaz-Luwisch (education, U. of Haifa) discusses the nature of teaching and teacher knowledge, teacher development and school reform, and narrative as a methodology for understanding the lives and work of teachers. She synthesizes ideas elaborated over the past 20 years by researchers who see storytelling as the interactive process that constitutes
Acknowledgements. Introduction. Chapter 1: Teaching Story As Dialogue. Chapter 2: Narrative Identity And Narrative Method: Arts And Practices Of Attentiveness. Interlude I: Body Voices. Chapter 3: Stories Of Teacher Development: Holding Complexity. Interlude II: The Presence. Chapter 4: Arts And Practices Of Writing And Restorying. Interlude III: Listening To Oneself. Chapter 5: Arts And Practices Of Valuing: Moral Voices In Teaching. Interlude IV: Love And Caring. Chapter 6: Arts And Practices Of Innovation: Imagining And Revisioning. Interlude V: The Position Of Control. Chapter 7: Arts And Practices Of Making Place. Chapter 8: Storytelling And Border-Crossing: Shaping Dialogic Identities As Teachers. Chapter 9: Voices And Possibilities: Teaching/Research Story As Arabesque.
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