Performative Praxis: Teacher Identity and Teaching in the Context of HIV/AIDS Jean Baxen

ISBN: 9781299415270

Published: May 10th 2014

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340 pages


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Performative Praxis: Teacher Identity and Teaching in the Context of HIV/AIDS  by  Jean Baxen

Performative Praxis: Teacher Identity and Teaching in the Context of HIV/AIDS by Jean Baxen
May 10th 2014 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 340 pages | ISBN: 9781299415270 | 4.61 Mb

It is widely recognized that the South African governments exemplary HIV/AIDS education policy is not making the behaviour-changing impact that it ought. Why is this? What is actually happening in the school classroom?In this book, Jean Baxen makesMoreIt is widely recognized that the South African governments exemplary HIV/AIDS education policy is not making the behaviour-changing impact that it ought. Why is this? What is actually happening in the school classroom?In this book, Jean Baxen makes an important contribution towards understanding the complex interface between the HIV/AIDS education curriculum and what and how teachers are teaching in the classroom.

Bringing Judith Butlers theory of performativity to bear in an analysis of the pedagogic practice of a number of teachers in the Western Cape and Mpumalanga, the author shows how teachers personal conception of their role and identity as educators plays a vitally important role in filtering and shaping the classroom transmission of key information and attitudes.



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