Despite challenges and continuing inequalities surrounding urban education, there are instances which provide a counter narrative to the dominant discourses of failure. Urban educators who engage conscious caring and qqarmed loveqq in their practice are an example of this. This qualitative instrumental case study examines the practices of two transformative urban educators, around caring and armed love in their classroom praxis. This study examines their conceptions and practice of these approaches through interview, field-notes and video data. The findings involve manifestations of both carinGoldstein, L. S., aamp; Lake, VB. (2003). The impact of field experience on preservice teachersa understandings of caring. Teacher Education ... In N. Denzin aamp; Y. Lincoln (Eds), The Handbook of Qualitative Research (3rd ed, pp. 1914215).
|Title||:||Fighting, Loving, Teaching|
|Author||:||Emily A. Daniels|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-02-11|