Exhibit-on3: unpacking interpretation

Alma Fleet, Janet Robertson

    Research output: Non-traditional research outputCuratorship


    These fragments are visible traces of children's and teachers' lives. They show moments of insight, of conflict, of negotiation, of theory building, of leadership and followship, of thinking. of confusion and clarity, of social construction, of knowledge, of powerful capable children as authors of their own learning. These mini narratives come from larger bodies of work carried out by teachers, families and children. Exhibit-on3 tells a partial story derived from a community of thinkers, both adults and children, who are attempting to unpack and re-interpret early education. These panels represent excerpts from pieces of pedagogical documentation. They have been selected to celebrate snippets of insight and achievement rather than telling whole stories. We offer them as springboards to further conversation about purposeful engagement. We thank those teachers who offered their work. Trusting teachers and children to grasp significant things to 'think' about leads to the construction of curriculum which is meaningful for all involved. This sharing across different communities has potential to challenge and enrich; we invite you to join the conversation.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationSydney, NSW
    PublisherMacquarie University
    Size80 page(s)
    Publication statusPublished - 2009


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