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Spatial Intelligence: Why It Matters from Birth Through the Lifespan


reviewed by Richard Sawyer — September 21, 2018

coverTitle: Spatial Intelligence: Why It Matters from Birth Through the Lifespan
Author(s): Daniel Ness, Stephen J. Farenga, & Salvatore G. Garofalo
Publisher: Routledge, New York
ISBN: 1138850853, Pages: 288, Year: 2017
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Note: I feel compelled to mention that I am a friend and colleague of the authors, but I have tried to read their text objectively.


Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 21, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22513, Date Accessed: 10/19/2018 3:11:48 AM

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  • Richard Sawyer
    Washington State University Vancouver
    RICHARD D. SAWYER is a professor of education at Washington State University Vancouver. Focusing on curriculum theory, Richard recently developed a methodology, now in use internationally, called duoethnography. Duoethnography provides individuals with a way to begin to examine underlying foundations of one’s beliefs and assumptions, as a way to understand the constructed nature of the formation of beliefs and their relationship to identity and then action. He has co-written approximately five books on this topic. In 2015 he received the outstanding book award for a new qualitative methodology from Division D. of the American Educational Research Association. In addition, he studies how educators begin to change their thinking and their teaching in relation to diversity. He has published articles on perceptions (and ways to unfreeze perceptions) of educators in the United States on Palestinians living in refugee camps and individuals resisting NAFTA in Mexico. Finally, he examines how educators change their perceptions and develop new visions for education.
 
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