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Scripting Feminist Ethics in Teacher Education

by Michelle Forrest & Linda Wheeldon

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Dans un style original et fascinant, les auteures jettent la lumière sur l’histoire, le processus et la valeur de la sensibilisation radicale au féminisme à l’intention des formateurs en enseignement et des enseignants féministes. Elles se penchent sur de graves incidents qui se déroulent de nos jours dans les salles de classe. Caractérisés par le relativisme des valeurs, les jugements précipités, la constatation de vulnérabilité, la cyberintimidation et le besoin de contrer le déterminisme dans l’éducation des enseignants et dans la recherche, ces incidents sont analysés à partir de concepts clés formulés par des philosophes et des théoriciens féministes. Mariant récits personnels, dramatisation, allusions littéraires et reconstructions philosophiques, les auteures formulent des analyses et remettent en question la place de l’aspect personnel dans la responsabilité éthique de l’enseignant en matière de délibérations morales dans des classes pluralistes.

Ce livre pourra intéresser les éducateurs qui aident les enseignants en formation à développer les capacités et la sensibilité nécessaires pour assumer l’autorité qui leur revient en classe. Les questions éthiques qui sont soulevées ont aussi des répercussions sur l’enseignement de l’éthique professionnelle dans d’autres disciplines axées sur le travail social. Cette oeuvre unique va au coeur des pires craintes et présomptions des enseignants, et propose une nouvelle approche visant l’analyse des études de cas en philosophie de l’éducation.
Ce livre est publié en anglais.
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What is the value and place of feminist teaching in common schooling and teacher education? In an open style of writing in philosophy of education, the authors combine original dramatized case studies and allegorical, first-person narratives to analyze key concepts for teachers in relation to radical feminist consciousness-raising. 

They examine values relativism as antithetical to “good” teaching; the history and practice of feminist consciousness-raising as corrective to the dominant model of moral deliberation in professional ethics; youth cyber-bullying as an example of Italian feminist philosopher Adriana Caverero’s claim that ‘horror is the face of woman;’ and the value of paradox, contradiction and myth in counter-balancing material-realist certainty in teaching, research, and policy-making in public education. Supplements to the five chapters offer additional ideas for introducing feminist teaching practices, through discussion and performance, into professional ethics for pre- and in-service teacher education.

This book is published in English.

 

About the Authors
Michelle Forrest is Professor of Education at Mount Saint Vincent University, a trained actor, and a classical singer. She teaches and writes about the ethics of teaching, collaborative inquiry, feminist pedagogy, and the value of art and philosophy in challenging bias, certainty, and closed-mindedness. Michelle has served multiple terms on the executives of her faculty union, the Canadian Philosophy of Education Society, and the Canadian Association of Foundations of Education.
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Linda Wheeldon is Lecturer at Acadia University where she teaches foundations, equity practices, drama and performative inquiry to pre-service teachers, and clinical counselling courses to graduate students. Linda, a counselling therapist, has served as the president for the College for Counselling Therapists in Nova Scotia and as a director for the national board of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.
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Michelle Forrest is Professor of Education at Mount Saint Vincent University, a trained actor, and a classical singer. She teaches and writes about the ethics of teaching, collaborative inquiry, feminist pedagogy, and the value of art and philosophy in challenging bias, certainty, and closed-mindedness. Michelle has served multiple terms on the executives of her faculty union, the Canadian Philosophy of Education Society, and the Canadian Association of Foundations of Education.

 

Linda Wheeldon is Lecturer at Acadia University where she teaches foundations, equity practices, drama and performative inquiry to pre-service teachers, and clinical counselling courses to graduate students. Linda, a counselling therapist, has served as the president for the College for Counselling Therapists in Nova Scotia and as a director for the national board of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.

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