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Teaching and Supervision

by Debbie Epstein, Rebecca Boden and Jane Kenway (Oz) SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
01/2007
ISBN:
9781412906999
Format:
Pbk 128 pages
Price:
AU$86.00 NZ$88.70
Product Status: In Stock Now
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Teaching and Supervision looks at issues you might face in both teaching undergraduates and in the supervision of graduate research students. This book is not a pedagogical instruction manual - there are plenty of those around, both good and bad. Rather, the focus is on presenting explanations and possible strategies designed to make your teaching and supervision work less burdensome, more rewarding (for you and your students) and manageable.

Who Should Use This Book and How Teaching Relations Powerful Pedagogies? Teaching Identities Postgraduate Research Supervision Getting Going Postgraduate Research Supervision Getting and Keeping Them Going

I work at the nexus of sociology and cultural studies and my research interests comprise childhood and youth studies, particularly sexuality, gender and race in education and in popular culture, and the cultural politics of education. Overall, my focus is on the dominant and how it is held in place, though this often involves investigating the experiences of those in subordinated, marginalised and/or stigmatised groups. I am especially concerned with how children negotiate these adifferences that make a differencea and their agency in the context of institutional settings such as schools and families.