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Relational Knowing in the Reform of Educational Cultures


by Margaret A. Gallego, Sandra Hollingsworth & David A. Whitenack — 2001

Drawing on examples of collaborative projects in two urban Professional Development Schools, the authors argue against educational reform based solely on curricular standards. They advocate the resources and structures to establish critical relationships enabling educators to learn about themselves as they learn with others, thereby creating the opportunity for the understanding and development of different perspectives. Analyzing relationships characterizing contrastive PDS collaborations, they suggest that relational knowing or knowledge of curriculum and instruction, knowledge of self and other, and knowledge of critical action – must be in place before school and university reform can occur.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 103 Number 2, 2001, p. 240-266
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 10724, Date Accessed: 10/17/2017 12:54:54 PM

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About the Author
  • Margaret Gallego
    San Diego State University
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    Margaret A. Gallego is an Associate Professor of Literacy at San Diego State University. She is co-editor, with Sandra Hollingsworth, of Personal, Community and School Literacies: Challenging a Single Standard (Teachers College Press, 2000)
  • Sandra Hollingsworth
    Developmental Studies Center
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    Sandra Hollingsworth is Professor and Director of Reading and Language Arts at the Developmental Studies Center, a non-profit organization in Oakland, California. She is the author of International Action Research: A Casebook for Educational Reform (Falmer, 1997).
  • David Whitenack
    San Jose State University
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    David A. Whitenack is Assistant Professor of Bilingual Education in the Division of Teacher Education at San José State University, California.
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