Table of Contents
|Speaking for Ourselves|
|Ann-Marie Priest, Jenny McDougall||1-5|
|I’m hearing voices: A multivocal, autoethnographic study into constructing a holistic enabling educator identity|
|“I am an enabling success story”: An autoethnographic narrative of an unskilled mother’s foray into academia|
|Sentio ergo sum: Professional philosophy and personal identity in the making of an enabling educator|
|Flavia Santamaria, Ann-Marie Priest||32-44|
|The identity conga line: How diverse lecturers perform the enabling dance|
|Katrina Johnston, Gemma Mann, Louise Mullaney, Brijesh Kumar||45-58|
|“You were always one to bring home the strays”: A caring teacher’s journey|
|“I always seem to have been helping and caring for others”: Reflections of a long-time enabling educator|
|“Will they see through me?” The exploration of disorienting dilemmas that contributed to the transformation of an enabling educator|
|‘Excruciating’ and ‘exquisite’: The paradox of vulnerability for students and academics in enabling education|
|Marking as emotional labour: A discussion of the affective impact of assessment feedback on enabling educators|
|It’s not trains, planes and automobiles, but it is trains, STEPS and nursing: My journey to arrive at a career destination|
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Banner image: Kira Jovanovski (2020), movement score 01 (detail): oil stick and acrylic on paper. Photograph by Kira Jovanovski. Cover image: Kira Jovanovski (2020), grunt_iteration 02 in the boughs and stamped: installation in University Gallery. Photograph by Jedidiah Cranfield. (c) the artist.
This journal is published on the lands of the Pambalong Clan of the Awabakal People.