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An examination of the role of narrative in education, including storytelling, autobiographical narrative, journaling, reflection on learning and on teaching practice, narrative theories, and the role of narrative in conference and in publication. Attention given to "story" as a way of relating to students K-12, as a means for teachers to make meaning of their practice, and for students to make sense of their learning and development. Readings include a variety of fiction and nonfiction, theories of narrative, and educational texts that use narrative as a tool of learning and reflection. Writing and sharing of writing.

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  • School of Arts & Sciences