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Grumet, M.R. (1994). Reading the Relations of Teaching. Psychoanal. Psychol., 11(2):253-263.

(1994). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 11(2):253-263

Reading the Relations of Teaching

Madeleine R. Grumet, ED.D.

In this article, the reltion of the knower to the known is explored as a series of identifications and differentiations that strengthen learning and ego development. In the School of Education at Brooklyn College, students are asked to write autobiographical narratives of educational experience so that they may recover the world within which they came to be knowing subjects. A set of three narratives is read through the lens of object relations to demonstrate how this method offers students insight into the relations and motives that have informed their own learning.

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