Cultivating equitable education systems for the 21st century through living educational theory, action research, cultures of educational inquiry in a UK/global context

Whitehead, Jack (2022) Cultivating equitable education systems for the 21st century through living educational theory, action research, cultures of educational inquiry in a UK/global context. In: AERA Annual Meeting 2022, 21-26 April 2022, San Diego, CA, US.

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Abstract

he purpose of this contribution is to explain how Living Educational Theory Research and Action Research can contribute to cultivating equitable education systems for the 21st century in cultures of educational inquiry in a uk/global context. The theoretical perspectives include those of Living Educational Theory Research, Action Research and Cultures of Inquiry. These perspectives include insights from understandings of ecology of knowledges and knowledge democracy in creating alternatives to neoliberalism with co-operative economies. The idea of cultures of educational inquiry (Delong, 2022), used in this presentation includes: Said’s (1993, p. xiv) idea that culture is a concept that includes a refining and elevating element, each society’s reservoir of the best that has been known and thought; Maxwell’s (2021) distinction between knowledge-inquiry and wisdom-inquiry in creating a co-operative rational world; deSantos’ (2014) analysis of epistemicide in relation to establishing equitable education systems and Bhattacharya’s (2021) ideas on de/colonizing educational research. With their focus on cultivating equitable education systems, the presentations in this 2022 symposium develop the research presented in a symposium at AERA 2021 on ‘Accepting Educational Responsibility: Building Living Theory Cultures of Educational Inquiry in Global Contexts.’ (Delong, et al., 2021). Following the introduction, the organisation of this presentation follows the structure of the successful proposal for presentation at AERA 2022: methods, techniques and modes of inquiry; Data sources, evidence and materials; results; significance. This Symposium also builds on the Symposium on ‘Raising Voices Using Dialogue as a Research Method in Living Theory Cultures of Inquiry’ (Delong, 2020; Delong, et al. 2020) presented at the 2020 conference of the Collaborative Action Research Network (CARN).

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Journal / Publication Title: AERA 2022
Publisher: AERA
Departments: Departments > Institute of Health > Continuing Development and Health Leadership
Depositing User: Insight Administrator
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Date Deposited: 05 Jul 2022 09:42
Last Modified: 05 Jul 2022 09:45
URI: https://insight.cumbria.ac.uk/id/eprint/6479

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