On this page we list some resources from our research on Learning and Teaching issues. We have been especially interested in the pedagogical importance of love, passion, vocation, dialogue and authority.
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Andrew Metcalfe, Ann Game, The Teacher’s Enthusiasm (published in The Australian Educational Researcher, 2006, 33(3): 91-106)
Andrew Metcalfe, Ann Game Becoming Who You Are: The Time of Education (published in Time and Society, 2007, 16(1): 43-59)
Andrew Metcalfe, Ann Game, Significance and Dialogue in Teaching and Learning (published in Educational Theory, 2008, 58(3): 343-356)
Andrew Metcalfe, Ann Game, Potential Space And Love (published in Emotion, Space and Society, 2008, 1(1): 18-21)
Ann Game, Andrew Metcalfe Teacher’s Vocation: Ontology of Response (published in Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2008, 27(6): 461-73)
Ann Game, Andrew Metcalfe Dialogue and Team Teaching (published in Higher Education Research and Development Journal, 2009, 28(1): 45-57)
Ann Game, Andrew Metcalfe, Presence of the Gift (published in Cultural Studies Review, 2010, 16(1): 1-23)
Andrew Metcalfe, Ann Game, Learning as Devotional Practice: The Role of the Teacher (published in C. Day (ed), 2011, Routledge International Handbook on Teacher and School Development, Routledge, London)
Andrew Metcalfe, Sociology as a Vocation (published in Journal of Sociology, 2013, 49(4): 531-44)