Sharing seeing: Exploring photo-elicitation with children in two different cultural contexts
Carolyne Ali-Khan, University of North Florida, Foundations and Secondary Education Department, United States ; Christina Siry, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
TATE Volume 37, Number 1, ISSN 0742-051X Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
This work uses text and photos to explore research into visual methods with children in Pakistan and Luxembourg. Children are typically positioned as unable to participate as actors in the knowledge economy. Their insights and voices are seldom heard in educational spaces. Using image-based research the authors solicited the voices of children by encouraging them to speak to adults though multiple mediums. The children in this research responded by creating and analyzing images and communicating to adults across difference in new ways. In addition they were able to use images as a base from which to re-see their worlds.
Ali-Khan, C. & Siry, C. (2014). Sharing seeing: Exploring photo-elicitation with children in two different cultural contexts. Teaching and Teacher Education: An International Journal of Research and Studies, 37(1), 194-207. Elsevier Ltd.
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