Theorizing and Practising Poststructuralism in a Junior School: Leading a Postmodern School
This paper centres on the strategies adopted by a Headteacher aimed at making change within the school to help counter the restrictive practices imposed by neo-liberal governments since the 1980’s.
||Postructuralism, Marketisation, Sustainable, Citizens, Creativity, Reflexivity
The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 8, pp.11-20.
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Ivor Gordo has over twenty-five years experience of working in senior leadership positions in a variety of primary schools centred in London. He is currently undertaking part time research for an Education Doctorate degree with the University of Greenwich, London. His research focuses on the ‘Underachieving Boys’ debate and his interest has been to build upon the research of feminist scholars and poststructuralist theories in order to challenge and change the culture, together with aspects of teaching and learning within the school in order to help boys to revise stereotypical notions of masculinity and to improve their attitudes to learning.
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