With a PhD in Arts Education, (SFU, 2009), my narrative inquiry invites re-hearing aesthetic experiences and expressions of daily learning and living.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Tonal Textures and Reflective Practices: Teacher as Researcher in Integrated-Arts Inquiry

Teaching as performance and learning as embodied, corporeal expression with/in and with/out spatial/temporal interconnections that provoke theory-in-action, teaching as research.

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Landscapes of Everyday Aesthetics: Reflective Arts Performance and Special Needs

This is narrative inquiry into special needs, new approaches to teaching practices, aesthetic awareness as reflective arts performance and understanding different voices of the artist/learner/educator/researcher.

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Narrative Voices of Embodied Pedagogy in Stillness, Silence, and Sound

I invite my class of future teachers to places of deep listening in still silence and sound of the shared landscapes of daily living through a sharing of autobiographical narratives.

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Pedagogy of Voice in Landscapes of Daily Living with Autism

Narrative inquiry into relationships in everyday living and reflective questioning of mentor/learner dynamics inviting multi-layered voicing in shades and sounds of autism

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Singing High Colours and Low Colours: Investing in Narratives of Deep Listening

In this session, the author critically reflects on approaches to learning and knowing when working with a muscial special needs student with social challenges.

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