Dorothy Heathcote: Practice as a pedagogy of resistance

Hickey-Moody, A and Kipling, A 2016, 'Dorothy Heathcote: Practice as a pedagogy of resistance' in Anna Hickey-Moody and Tara Page (ed.) Arts, pedagogy and cultural resistance : new materialisms, Rowman & Littlefield International, Maryland, pp. 59-78.


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Title Dorothy Heathcote: Practice as a pedagogy of resistance
Author(s) Hickey-Moody, A
Kipling, A
Year 2016
Title of book Arts, pedagogy and cultural resistance : new materialisms
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield International
Place of publication Maryland
Editor(s) Anna Hickey-Moody and Tara Page
Start page 59
End page 78
Subjects Cultural Studies not elsewhere classified
Summary This chapter explores the work of Dorothy Heathcote as a material pedagogy of resistance. Taking the principles of Heathcotes (Bolton, 1998; Booth, 2012) work from the drama classroom into online teaching and learning practices, we explore contemporary pedagogies that are resistant to what might be considered neoliberal education (Giroux, 2012). We argue that such resistant pedagogies can be facilitated through e-portfolios, developed with an ethos devised from the work of Heathcote (Heathcote and Bolton, 1996; Booth, 2012). In order to consider the material nature of resistance and its impact on learners, we draw on Deleuzes notions of affect (Hickey-Moody, 2009) and associated theories of new materialism (Dolphin and van der Tuin, 2011).
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