Yo u Teach Who You Are: The Experiences and Pedagogies of Literacy/English Teacher Educators Who Have a Critical Stance. Clare Kosnik, Pooja Dharamshi , Cathy Miyata, Lydia Menna , Yiola Cleovoulou , and Clive Beck Ontario Institute for Studies in Education/University of Toronto .
Clare Kosnik, PoojaDharamshi, Cathy Miyata, Lydia Menna, YiolaCleovoulou, and Clive Beck
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education/University of Toronto
Entertaining Alternate Ways of Being
Taking Responsibility to Inquire
I became very aware of the stratification. I was a very successful student on Saturday [Spanish class] but I was the same student [in elementary class] where I was not recognized. My lack of English was really [seen as] a lack of intelligence — I just got a sense of how school structures perceive and label students and give very unequal types of educational opportunities. (Maya)
Dominique: “throughout their whole career they have had a path of how to do it well and how to do it right”
Dominique: student teachers just wanted her “to tell [them] how to do it right, like what's the right way.”