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Form “Dare not to Say” to “Expect to be Different”---The Self Narration of an Early Childhood Educator
self-narrative;Female Development;Early Childhood Educator
|Issue Date: ||2011-05-23 16:35:05 (UTC+8)|
This is a story about me, including my eager and memory for fairy tale books as well as the meaning and influence of picture books on my teaching, and it also covers my childhood experiences and gender education in family of origin. During 14 years of early childhood education academic edification, numerous conflicts contributed from family and school education occurred on me, under the confliction lied plenty of complicated emotion that eagerly to be revealed but concealed.
From the performance of gender picture book teaching to qualitative discussion group to see the restriction on me in teaching, and I saw the change of me during the procedure of study. Took off the representative means, “Gender Picture Book” from me, I found myself feel like to talk about the story of me. Through “Tell Stories: Tell the Story of My Own” to recall gender experiences and the role constructed in childhood, perceiving the feeling of powerlessness within that; however, from this kind of review grew the strength.
Further from the image of “My Life Course: Failed to Reveal Myself Due to Gender Depression.,” to see how I armed myself with “profession,” but continuously weaken the inside voice under social demand. Under the influence of the uneasy professional image and experiences of family of origin, from which generated plenty vague status and then failed to revel myself. Eventually, seeing myself through self narration and introspection, and the qualitative discussion group motivates me to see the power of female developments and then to search for my role and position in the field of family and profession.
Key Words: Self Narration, Female Development, Early Childhood Educator
|Appears in Collections:||[Department and Graduate School of Early Childhood Care and Education] Thesis and Dissertation|
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