October 20 Class
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  • 1. Getting started today...• The WIDE-EMU rocked!• Touching it-- your research, I mean!• Progress report due by class time next week
  • 2. Blakeslee & Fleischer• As they have said before, know your own lenses and biases• Be on the look out for serendipity• Triangulation revisited....• The difference of reading as a methodological tool
  • 3. Blakeslee & Fleischer• Sidebar 3 and handy little bibliography• Besides “tape-recorded,” digital audio/video recordings a good idea too• You don’t have to do artifact analysis/ ethnography together....• Permissions for texts “out there” in email, texts, etc.
  • 4. Ethnography Group Sierra, Jessica, and Beth....
  • 5. Heath, “The Achievement of Preschool Literacy....”• For a summary of Ways With Words, see: http://revolutionlullabye.wordpress.com/2008/02/18/heath-shirley-brice- ways-with-words/• Trackton vs. Roadville• “...proceed with caution in overusing ethnographic...” See: http://shirleybriceheath.net/faqs/faqs.htm
  • 6. Heath, “The Achievement of Preschool Literacy....”• “The description reported in this chapter... does not come from a preplanned ‘research project’...” (185)• LOTS and LOTS of detail• The cultural conditions are critical here (200-01, for example)• Parent as co-researcher (aka autoethnography)
  • 7. Progress reports!• “Short and simple”... reporting back on progress of research and contract.• Be sure to talk about your “touching it” experiences• It should be posted before class next week