School of Education

Kathleen Pithouse-Morgan

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Kathleen Pithouse-Morgan
Kathleen Pithouse-Morgan Professor

Seniority Prof.

Discipline Teacher Development Studies

Contact Number 031-260-4360

Office Address Office No.: CS123

Last Updated 2 weeks ago

Degrees Held

  • PhD

Academic Interests

  • My scholarship is grounded in teacher professional learning and, over time, has extended into professional learning research across professions and academic disciplines. Through innovative development of the self-reflexive methodologies of self-study research, narrative inquiry, and autoethnography, my work has shown professionals as self-directed and self-developing learners who, in dialogue with others, can gain vital insights into their professional selves and practices – with critical implications for personal-professional growth and social transformation. I have collaborated across contexts and continents to enact and document methodological inventiveness in professional learning research using arts-based, bricolage, dialogic, memory-work, poetic, and polyvocal approaches.

Research Outcomes

Teaching Expertise

  • Teacher development, self-study of educational practice, memory-work, and arts-based approaches in education and research.