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Afterword: "Work That is Real"

by Carol R. Rodgers - 2020

The author recounts aspects of the collaborative process that gave birth to this special issue as well as elements of teaching, teacher education, and philosophy that cut across the articles. The author focuses on the person, experience and reflection, and belief, purpose, mission, and alignment with practice. She attempts to bring these ideas to life through story.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 122 Number 4, 2020, p. 1-14
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23080, Date Accessed: 9/24/2021 2:09:30 AM

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  • Carol Rodgers
    University at Albany
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    CAROL RODGERS is an associate professor of education at the University at SUNY Albany. Her work focuses on reflective practice, the philosophy of John Dewey, presence in teaching, and the theory and practice of a humanizing pedagogy. Recent publications include “Descriptive Feedback: Student Voice in K-5 Classrooms in The Australian Educational Researcher (2018), and “Doing Dewey:” John Dewey in theory and practice in the Occasional Paper series, Bank Street College of Education.
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