Reconceptualizing Physical Education
Chapter 3: Locating Ourselves in Curriculum Inquiry
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LOCATING OURSELVES IN CURRICULUM INQUIRY
“Who is doing the research is just as important as what research is being done and how.”
— DAVID SMITH (2011B, P. 5)
Curriculum inquiry is the “focused investigation of a matter of public and/or private interest through asking questions; searching and (re)searching; paying attention/observing/ articulating; reading and writing; and dialogue” (Donald, 2011, p. 1). Smith (2011b) explains,
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