The social self in self-study: author conversations
: Making connections: self-study & social action OUTPUT TYPE
: Chapter in Monograph PUBLICATION YEAR
: C.Mitchell, K.Pithouse, R.MoletsaneSOURCE EDITOR(S)
: K.Pithouse, C.Mitchell, R.MoletsaneKEYWORDS
, HIGHER EDUCATION
, SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
: HSRC Library: shelf number 6096
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Knowing more about ourselves as teachers and teacher educators change us, provokes growth, jolts us out of complacency -sometimes radically, in ways that can seem transformative. IN the course of examining one's practice systematically, a pivotal "aha' moment can occur, a jolting of the kaleidoscope that shifts our view when we reach one of those precise or fuzzy points at which we are irrevocably changed. The very process of self-study itself changes its practitioners and their situations. Seeing things differently, self-study can prod us to take action.