2 edition of narrative inquiry of curriculum making within a shifting professional knowledge landscape in nursing education. found in the catalog.
narrative inquiry of curriculum making within a shifting professional knowledge landscape in nursing education.
Written in English
This study is a narrative inquiry into the personal and social processes, and experiences of curriculum making both inside and outside of a nursing classroom. The stories reveal the complexity of curriculum making as nurse educators, nursing students, and myself make practical sense of curriculum making, living and re-living, storying and re-storying, our educational lives on various places within the shifting professional knowledge landscape of nursing education. More specifically, I research the practical nature, meaning, and significance of my curriculum making experiences as a nurse educator living within a shifting professional knowledge landscape of nursing education.When these four stories are grasped separately and together as resources or curricular bits---a matrix of stories---they provide greater understanding of curriculum making in nursing education. That is, how "curriculum" is defined, constructed and reconstructed, and shaped to meet personally and socially constructed ends. The intent in holding the four stories separate and together simultaneously is that they provide others, especially nurse educators, a rich story of curriculum making so that new stories can be told and lived. Knowing that stories open possibilities to our imagination, such knowledge provides new ways and new directions for understanding what nursing curriculums truly provide, what they cultivate, and what they neglect.This research narrative offers four self-contained and inter-connecting curriculum making stories---the horizon story of curriculum making on the landscape, Living With the Curriculum Revolution; the cover story of curriculum making within the out-of-classroom place, What Ought to Happen in a Classroom; the secret story of curriculum making within the in-classroom place, What Really Happens in a Classroom ; and the safe story of curriculum making on the landscape, Understanding the Meaning of Curriculum Making. Constantly juxtaposing "what ought to happen" with "what really happens" in curriculum situations, within safe places on the landscape, gives a glimpse into the practical nature of curriculum making over time.
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