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Baldick. New York: Vintage Books. Ayers, W. (2000) The standards fraud, in J. Cohen and J. Rogers (eds) Will Standards Save Public Education? Boston: Beacon Press. Bailey, C. (1997) In search of the queer body: implications for research and curriculum in early childhood education. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. Barone, T. (2003) Challenging the educational imaginary: issues of form, substance, and quality in film-based research, Qualitative Inquiry, 9(2): 202–17.
Critical pedagogy would always include the following pivotal points: • • • • • • acts of knowing as grounded in one’s own being; historical and cultural world viewed as transformable through human actions; learner connections between his/her own life conditions and history; learners open to new constructions of reality that are generated through ‘a collective, shared, social enterprise in which the voices of all participants must be heard’ (McLaren, 2000, p. 163); learners as experiencing their own potency as human subjects who explore and critique generative themes (phases of critical literacy); and recognizing the myths of dominant discourses and taking transformative action (Lankshear and McLaren, 1993).
Following the work of Davies (1989, 1993) and Walkerdine (1981), a range of Australian scholars have both challenged dominant constructions of maleness and femaleness and illustrated ways in which gendered forms of control are reinforced in classrooms. This has been illustrated in computer work by Alloway (1995), block play by Danby and Baker (1998), male control of general play situations by MacNaughton (1995), and acceptance of male aggression by Reid (1999). Further, the ‘missing’, even denied, aspects of childhood and teacher identities and resultant educational/care practices are brought to light by the authors in Making a Place for Pleasure in Early Childhood Education (Tobin, 1997).