To Where Teachers Learn: Following the Yellow Brick Road

  • Narrative Inquiry Group
Keywords: teacher education, professional development, professional conversation, narrative inquiry, literary métissage, experience, self-criticism

Abstract

This article describes the journey of The Narrative Inquiry Group, a community of high school educators engaged in embedded, self-directed professional development. Our approaches include professional conversation, narrative inquiry, and literary métissage, and our results consist of productions representative of our selves, learning, and practices. We would suggest that our inquiries map the path of individual and collective experience, and illustrate the value of being self-critical within the safety of a learning community. In addition, we hope to inform others’ research and practice, and those with an interest in teacher education, of the importance of understanding the experience of educators engaging in inquiry.

Published
2014-08-01
How to Cite
GroupN. I. (2014). To Where Teachers Learn: Following the Yellow Brick Road. LEARNing Landscapes, 8(1), 193-211. https://doi.org/10.36510/learnland.v8i1.689