All Stories

  1. Dramatizing and Workshopping the Data
  2. Applying the Great Wheel Model to Articulate the Quality and Merits of "Chicago Butoh"
  3. Duoethnography: A Polytheoretical Approach to (Re)Storing, (Re)Storying the Meanings That One Gives
  4. Shifting Perspectives and Practices: Mirror Theatre’s Stop/Start/Continue Evolution
  5. Thinking with others through improvising.
  6. Discusses how a poem about awaiting diagnosis can be presented in various ways.
  7. Surrender, Pedagogy Ambiguity, Research and Impossibility
  8. Heating Up Online Learning: Insights from a Collaboration Employing Arts Based Research/Pedagogy for an Adult Education, Online, Community Outreach Undergraduate Course
  9. Playbuilding as Qualitative Research
  10. Pressures
  11. Introduction
  12. Dares
  13. Distillation
  14. Funky Shirt
  15. Cattle Call
  16. The “M” Word
  17. I Expect
  18. Participatory Dissemination
  19. The Party
  20. Theorizing Curriculum Studies, Teacher Education, and Research through Duoethnographic Pedagogy
  21. Teaching through Duoethnography in Teacher Education and Graduate Curriculum Theory Courses
  22. Introduction: The Efficacy of Duoethnography in Teaching and Learning: A Return to its Roots
  23. Pioneering the Use of Video in Research and Pedagogy: A Currere of Media(tion)
  24. Duoethnography
  25. Responding to Our Muses: A Duoethnography on Becoming Writers
  26. Why Duoethnography: Thoughts on the Dialogues
  27. Drama as research: Realizing the potential of drama in education as a research methodology
  28. Interdisciplinary Reflective Practice through Duoethnography
  29. Forms of Practitioner Reflexivity
  30. Dialogic Interdisciplinary Self-Study Through the Practice of Duoethnography
  31. A Journey Toward Mutualist Teaching and Learning: A Collaborative Reflective Practice on Community Building and Democratic Classrooms
  32. Finding a Researcher’s and a Teacher’s Voice in a Plethora of Responsibilities: A Duoethnography on Administrivia
  33. Hidden and Null Curricula of Sexual Orientation
  34. Duoethnography
  35. Introduction
  36. Research Design
  37. Writing Duoethnographies
  38. A Living Method
  39. References and General Readings
  40. Temporal Insights, Placeholders, Stepping-stones, Milestones, and Epiphanies
  41. Steppingstones to Appreciating the Importance of Play in the Creative Act
  42. Adult Literacy … and the Children Shall Lead
  43. A Quest for a Theory and Practice of Authentic Assessment: An Arts-Based Approach
  44. Drama as Research: Realizing the Potential of Drama in Education as a Research Methodology
  45. Cacophony and Fugue: pre‐service narratives create conversation about drama education
  46. Adulthood ... lost Childhood... found?