This paper embraces a creative approach to writing—a practitioner’s experience of creative pedagogy-in-the making at the intersection of affect and memory. Creativity is understood as energy, a force, soul and spirit, where memory is part of the affective dimension of the continuity of a life and how this is experienced in the author’s practice of experimenting with a creative pedagogy-in-the-making. Inner world and the outer world collide as she meanders through the effects and affects of prevailing ideology, sediments of philosophical assumptions yet to be unpacked, and the struggle to express something that cannot be captured in language easily.
Shadow of Doubt, Winter Enduring Foliage, and Desire: A Practitioner’s Experience of Creative Pedagogy-in-the-Making
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Sharon L. Sbrocchi; Shadow of Doubt, Winter Enduring Foliage, and Desire: A Practitioner’s Experience of Creative Pedagogy-in-the-Making. Departures in Critical Qualitative Research 1 September 2014; 3 (3): 283–297. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/dcqr.2014.3.3.283
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