Learning Identity The Joint Emergence of Social Identification and Academic Learning

ISBN-10: 0521608333

ISBN-13: 9780521608336

Edition: 2006

Authors: Stanton Wortham
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Description: 'Learning Identity' describes how social identification and academic learning can depend on each other, through a theoretical account of the two processes and a detailed empirical analysis of how students identities emerged and how they learned curriculum in one classroom.

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Book details

List price: $40.99
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 12/19/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 316
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Self/Knowledge
Students as Beasts
Making Up People, Locally
Denaturalizing Models of Identity
Timescales of Identification
Local Power/Knowledge
Beyond Dualism
Power/Knowledge
Classroom Self/Knowledge
Personalized Pedagogy
The Inextricability of Social Identification and Academic Learning
Outline of the Book
Social Identification and Local Metapragmatic Models
The Process of Social Identification
Events of Identification
Models of Identity
Beyond Macro and Micro
Trajectories of Identification
Gendered Models of Identity in the Classroom
Promising Girls and Unpromising Boys
Erika as Smart and Promising
William the Stereotypical Boy
William Out of Control
William the Slave
William the Spartan
William Content with Mediocrity
Academic Learning and Local Cognitive Models
The Process of Academic Learning
Events of Cognition
Artifacts and Activity Systems
Learning across Trajectories
Learning Curricular Themes in a Paideia Classroom
The Activity of Paideia Discussion
Local Versions of Curricular Themes
Equality 7-2521 and Lycurgus
Pericles and the Analogy Between Athens and the Classroom
An Example of Student Learning
The Second Curricular Theme: The Legitimacy of Resistance
The Overlap of Academic Learning and Social Identification
Tyisha Becoming an Outcast
Overview of Tyisha's Local Identity Development
Starting as a Regular Student
From Regular Student to Outcast
Tyisha as Explicitly a Problem
Tyisha as "Conceited"
Tyisha the Courageous Liar
Curricular Themes as a Resource for Identifying Tyisha
Tyisha the Beast
Tyisha Continuing as a Beast
The Outcast Resisting Authority
From Disruptive to Skeptical
Resisting Exploitation
Conclusions
Maurice in the Middle
Just Another Good Student
Gendered Tensions
The Girls Against Maurice
Gender as a Curricular Concept
Maurice the Outcast
Maurice the Beast
Embracing Individualism
Maurice in the Middle
Male Resistance
Caught Between Loyalty and Resistance
Conclusions
Denaturalizing Identity, Learning and Schooling
Generalizability and Cross-Timescale Relations
Knowledge, Power and Human Nature
Moral Visions of Schooling
Abbreviations of Names
Transcription Conventions
References
Index
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