This essay explores how the concept of wild patience informs our practice of teaching and learning in classrooms and in teacher education; how it crafts imaginative spaces in curriculum design, implementation, and evaluation policy and process; and how it can reassure our dreams and hopes for aesthetic education in this generation and in those to come. [ABSTRACT FROM PUBLISHER]
Hirsch, M. (2014). In pursuit of a wild patience. Educational Forum, 78(4), 402–408. https://doi.org/10.1080/00131725.2014.941122
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