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Engaging Educators in Representing Their Knowledge in Complex Ecologies and Cultures of Inquiry

 
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Re: Engaging Educators in Representing Their Knowledge in Complex Ecologies and Cultures of Inquiry
by Pip Bruce Ferguson - Tuesday, 11 May 2010, 10:02 PM
 

Hi Jackie

Glad you've found my work helpful. One of the inspirational aspects of this kind of public critique is the possibility it gives viewers/readers of the work in progress, to contact authors and to spread the work around. Jack's the acknowledged 'master' of this in my opinion - it amazes me how he is able to keep in mind, and to cross-refer, such a range of work across the globe.

As you'll know by now, Jackie, I have been able to share Deneen's videoclip showing the indigenous knowledge encapsulated by her blankets, with Māori colleagues at the Wānanga where I used to be research manager. When I told them at a recent meeting of the clip, they were most keen to access it. So one aspect of your work has already been to connect up indigenous researchers with each other, Canada to New Zealand!

All the best with the next iteration of the paper.

Kind regards

Pip