Poetic Inquiry and Its Lyrical Potential for Research
Including both discursive and lyrical inquiry as complementary sides of research and education, educational poetics is a way of re-imagining education that creates greater critical awareness of and ethical responsibility for our learning processes and inspires learners to employ their human potential for imagination and critical thinking to revise and remake "common sense."
Keywords: education; educational poetics; pedagogy; poetic inquiry; the lyrical
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