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Look Both Ways





ISBN 9781138310872
Published December 13, 2018 by Routledge
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Human beings rely equally on narrative (or storytelling) and metaphor (or analogy) for making sense of the world. Narrative and Metaphor in Education integrates the two perspectives of narrative and metaphor in educational theory and practice at every level from pre-school to lifelong civic education. Bringing together outstanding educational researchers, the book interweaves for the first time the rich strand of current research about how narrative may be used productively in education with more fragmentary research on the role of metaphor in education and invites readers to ‘look both ways.’



The book consists of research by 40 academics from many countries and disciplines, describing and analysing the intricate connections between narrative and metaphor as they manifest themselves in many fields of education, including: concepts of education, teacher identity and reflective practice, teaching across cultures, teaching science and history, using digital and visual media in teaching, fostering reconciliation in a postcolonial context, special needs education, civic and social education and educational policy-making. It is unique in combining study of the narrative perspective and the metaphor perspective, and in exploring such a comprehensive range of topics in education.



Narrative and Metaphor in Education will be of great interest to academics and researchers in the fields of education and educational policy, as well as teacher educators, practising and future teachers. It will also appeal to psychologists, sociologists, applied linguists and communications specialists.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Introduction



Chapter 1: Looking at both narrative and metaphor in education



Michael Hanne and Anna A. Kaal



Part 2: Narrative, metaphor, and learning



Chapter 2: Honouring the role of narrative and metaphor in education



Kieran Egan



Chapter 3: You in motion: Stories and metaphors of becoming in narrative learning environments



David Baboulene, Alex Golding, Sjoerd-Jeroen Moenandar, and Floor Van Renssen



Chapter 4: An ecology for learning and teaching: Niches for theories within the habitat of learning



Robin Lane



Part 3: Narrative and metaphor in teaching a range of disciplines



Chapter 5: Multiperspectivity in the history classroom: The role of narrative and metaphor



Marc Kropman, Jannet van Drie & Carla van Boxtel



Chapter 6: Resonant Work: Metaphor and narrative in music, learning, and life



Margaret S. Barrett and Sandra L. Stauffer



Chapter 7: How metaphor and narrative interact in stories of forces of nature



Hans U. Fuchs, Annamaria Contini, Elisabeth Dumont, Alessandra Landini, and Federico Corni



Part 4: Narrative, metaphor and the politics of education



Chapter 8: Narrative and metaphor in special educational needs: shaping thought, discourse, and practice



Janine Talley



Chapter 9: Uneducation: Narrative and metaphor in subjugated knowledge



Sandy Farquhar and Peter Fitzsimons



Chapter 10: Education reform in Croatia: A tug of war



Ivana Marinić and Ksenija Benčina



Part 5: Narrative and metaphor in intercultural education



Chapter 11: Stories about language: Raising learners’ language awareness using metaphor



Anna A. Kaal & Sebastiaan Dönszelmann



Chapter 12: Journeys of learning: dimensions of metaphor and narrative landscapes across cultures



Martin Cortazzi and Lixian Jin



Chapter 13: Teaching for reconciliation: Insights from an augmented reality project



Avril Aitken and Linda Radford



Part 6: Narrative and metaphor in the education of teachers and counsellors



Chapter 14: Teaching as performance: Using narrative and metaphor in initial teacher education



Dorothy Morrissey



Chapter 15: Four seasons of composing stories to live by: Teaching, learning and research strategies in teacher education



Janet Dyson & Clare Smith



Chapter 16: Narrative and metaphor as two sides of the same coin: The case for using both in research and teacher development



Volha Arkhipenka and Svetlana Lupasco



Chapter 17: Narrative and metaphor in constructing teacher identity, self-positioning and coherence



Yanping Fang and Ken Mizusawa



Chapter 18: Weaving threads into a basket: Facilitating counsellor identity creation through metaphor and narrative



Sarah Penwarden



Part 7: Narrative inquiry needs metaphor, too



Chapter 19: A journey through narrative inquiry to autoethnography



Gwyneth James



Chapter 20: Lingering departures: Reverberations through, and in, narrative inquiry response communities.



Vera Caine, Sean Lessard, and D. Jean Clandinin



Chapter 21: …. And Look Ahead, Too



Michael Hanne and Anna A. Kaal

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Biography

Michael Hanne was founding Director of the Comparative Literature Programme (now retired), University of Auckland, New Zealand.



Anna A. Kaal is Assistant professor and Teacher Educator, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands.