Curriculum: Toward New Identities by William Pinar

By William Pinar

First released in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa corporation.

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The reason to worry is that stories do social and political work as they are told. A story is never just a story-it is a statement of belief, of morality, it speaks about values. Stories carry loud messages both in what they say and what they don't say. They may accept political and social priorities without comment, or they may challenge those priorities. Why would teachers' stories, particularly those directed to the personal and practical aspects of their work, be such a problem. Educational scholarship notwithstanding, why would such teachers' stories be a problem for teachers generally?

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Studying The Teacher's Life and Work So a teacher as reader may say: "I am a teacher who tells stories that 12 Curriculum: Toward New Identities ignore social context. So what! I can see that's a theoretical problem for an educational scholar like you. " The reason to worry is that stories do social and political work as they are told. A story is never just a story-it is a statement of belief, of morality, it speaks about values. Stories carry loud messages both in what they say and what they don't say.

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