Beyond Coteaching: Power Dynamics, Cosmopolitanism and the Psychoanalytic Dimension

  • Christopher Emdin City University of New York
Keywords: coteaching, cogenerative dialogue, psychoanalytic dimension, cosmopolitanism

Abstract

This article draws upon the results of coteaching arrangements implemented by GALLO-FOX et al. (2006) and LEHNER (2006) and provides responses to those studies. By employing criticality and providing a new theoretical lens for the analysis of coteaching experiences and cogenerative dialogues, this article serves to uncover existent power dynamics among research participants and explains how these dynamics impact a research study. URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0604279

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Author Biography

Christopher Emdin, City University of New York
Christopher EMDIN is a full time doctoral student in Urban Education at The Graduate Center of City University of New York. He currently teaches Physics and Chemistry in the New York City Public Schools. His research interests include Science and Mathematics education and the emergence of student culture within those fields.
Published
2006-09-30
Section
FQS Debate: Qualitative Research and Ethics