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Personal Transformation and the Professor: Five Lessons


by Dia N. R. Sekayi October 15, 2000

A commentary on the experiences of an African American woman professor in the context of her own mis-education and personal transformation


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: October 15, 2000
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 10593, Date Accessed: 4/25/2017 12:34:57 PM

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  • Dia Sekayi
    Howard University
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    Dia Sekayi is an Associate Professor at Howard University. Her research interests include alternative approaches to traditional U.S. edcuation and curriculum, and student resistance in schools. Recent publications include "Flexibility, arrogance and humility in the classroom: Rising above the focus-obscurity framework in Education, and (with F. Peterman, K. Stakich, and D. Caputo) A Patchwork Quilt of Change: Case Study of Brentmoor Elementary School. (Ohio Department of Education).
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