PHOTOGRAPHS | WHAT DO PEDAGOGIES PRODUCE?
Teaching matters. And there are many ways to teach, particularly when it comes to qualitative inquiry. Accordingly, we consider how qualitative pedagogical practices can attend to the ways in which we live and learn in our more-than-human world. To keep within a pedagogical frame, we write this introductory article through a pedagogical lens. We hope we make transparent why we conceptualized this special issue, how we envision pedagogies individually and collectively, how we approached each step through a pedagogical lens, and what we’ve learned since. Along the way, we ask the following: What are pedagogies? When and where do they happen in qualitative research? Moreover, what do they produce? These are among the questions that—as qualitative teachers, learners, scholars, and guest editors—we offer an invitation for readers to explore.
'What Do Pedagogies Produce? Thinking/Teaching Qualitative Inquiry' | Ulmer, Kuby, & Christ (2020)
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