Dr.Pamela B. Thompson is currently teaching course work in curriculum, diversity, cognition theories, and foundations of education in the teacher education program at Utica College.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Defining the New Teaching and Learning Community: From Traditional Improvisation to Narrative Community

Our work narrates a dynamic improvisational nature of community using traditional Blues and ‘voices’ from emerging teaching and learning communities.

Article: Electronic

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Article: Print

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Geo-Ethnography, An Interdisciplinary Method for Exploring Schools, Communities and Cultures: Creating Personal Narratives of Place and Voice

Geo-ethnography is a qualitative methodology linking the study of place and personal voice through interdisciplinary inquiry. The fields of anthropology, geography, history and sociology inform and shape geo-ethnographic narrative.

Article: Print

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Article: Electronic

$US5.00