A Stab in the Dark: Anonymous Student Evaluations of Aboriginal Teacher Educators
by Mat Jakobi — September 21, 2016
This commentary is a criticism of anonymous student evaluations as a measure of Aboriginal teacher educators’ effect and affect in Australian Teacher Education programs. It identifies how the policing of Aboriginal teacher educators’ student engagement limits the capacity in working with pre-service teachers in the national project of reconciliation through the development of respectful classroom curriculum and pedagogy.
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