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Step back to readings

  1. 1. 1Information to retrieve the whole reference What I understood I need to do for thinking/acting(?) My My Temporary answers Answers taken from ethnographically comments questions Learn from the people (insiders) what counts as cultural knowledge (insider meaning) Ethnographers construct systems to learn what members Members How the Creating data from the of particular groups need to know, understand, produce of groups ethnographe perspective of the different types and predict as they participate in events of everyday life and rs can honor or members of the community within a group. communiti these es do not differences? hold roles or points of views evenly. In education, the key questions: How the This is a developing process in  What is happening here? analyst which the ethnographer is slowly  What is being accomplished, by and with whom, bounds the grasping meaning from the how, in what ways, when and where, under what events to community while acknowledging conditions, for what purposes, drawing on what learn from? what could be an interesting focus historical or current knowledge and resources of analysis, bearing in mind that (e.g. artifacts, meanings, tools), with what the goal is to learn from the outcomes or consequences for individuals and people (insiders) what counts as the group? cultural knowledge (insider  To what do individual members of sustaining meaning). groups have access, orient and hold each other
  2. 2. 2 accountable? What makes someone an insider or outsider of particular groups (e.g. class, group within a class, peer group or social network)? What counts as disciplinary knowledge (i.e. mathematics, science, social science or art) in this particular group or classroom? What roles and relationships, norms and expectations, and rights and obligations are constructed by and afforded members? How does previously constructed cultural knowledge support or constrain participation in, or create frame clashes with, local knowledge being constructed in a particular event (or social group)? How do decisions beyond the group support and/or constrain ways of knowing, being and doing afforded members?
  3. 3. 3Information to retrieve the whole reference What I understood I need to do for thinking/acting(?) My My questions Temporary answers Answers taken from ethnographically comments Ethnographers can redefine their questions depending on what they are learning during the fieldwork Should I define explicitly a theory of culture before starting my ethnographic study?
  4. 4. 4Information to retrieve the whole reference What I understood I need to do for thinking/acting(?) My My Temporary answers Answers taken from ethnographically comments questions What counts as event? And how many “events” could count as ethnograph y? Types of questions that I should bear in mind while I am learning from a community: - What is ordinary and predictable? - What is not ordinary and problematic?
  5. 5. 5Information to retrieve the whole reference What I understood I need to do for thinking/acting(?) My comments My questions Temporary Answers taken from ethnographically answers Ethnography in education is a field allowing me to doubt upon common senses regarding learning, knowledge, success, and effectiveness in formal educational settings. This means, I could problematize education. The question I should be always bear in mind is WHAT COUNTS AS…?

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