The Complex Journey of William Doll, Teacher Educator
1. When William Doll visited China in 2000, he regularly wrote letters to friends, relatives, and colleagues in the United States to share his thoughts about and responses to what he saw and experienced. Donna Trueit helped me locate four of his letters, although he had written more. The quotes from these letters are not dated because dates were unclear.
2. I requested the videotaping of this class when Doll and Trueit were teaching at the UBC. Once in a while, Doll would talk to me through the video—even though he could not see me and I could not respond—as if I were present in his class. It was funny for students but it also demonstrated Doll’s awareness of the other even though I was absent in person. This is also an aspect of his presence to others.←109 | 110→ ←110 | 111→
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