When Children Lead Participatory Curriculum Design, Implementation, and Assessment
Chapter 8. What Could Be…
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WHAT COULD BE…
Learning From the Tangled Web of Early Childhood Issues
Mary Catherine Bateson’s (2004) reflections on research and work that breaks new ground always give me guidance when I am concluding a study:
So many ghosts to be entertained without belief. The ghost at the typewriter or the ghostly interlocutor fade, but they have played a crucial role in the formulation of thought and the transition to the page. They remain in that place in memory from which all of the honored dead speak to enrich our thought, so that even when we speak, we echo many voices. (Bateson, 2004, p. 16)
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