Another Look At a Feminist Ethics of Teaching
AbstractBy drawing on feminist epistemology, ethics and pedagogy this paper articulates some aspects of a care-based ethics of teaching. Understanding teaching as a species of caring, it explores some consequences for teaching practice of the attentiveness, responsiveness, and responsibility characteristic of caring professionals. Résumé En tirant de l’épistémologie féministe de l’éthique et de la pédagogie, cet article exprime clairement certains aspects de l’enseignement de l’éthique basée sur les soins. En comprenant que l’enseignement est une espèce de soin, il explore certaines des conséquences de la pratique de l’enseignement du soin apporté au travail, de la réceptivité et de la responsabilité caractéristique des profesionnels qui ont de la compassion.
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