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The keynote-as-storied-discussion: a Pacific departure

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posted on 07.01.2021, 20:40 by Kabini Sanga, Seu'ula Johansson-Fua, Unaisi Nabobo-Baba, Martyn Reynolds
It is a rare event when senior scholars and actors in a field come together; more so when that takes place in the company of new and emerging scholars. Even rarer are such occasions in the Oceania region, where distance can mediate against key players coming together in time and space. When the stars align, the opportunity must be seized. This article portrays aspects of an event when, due to otherwise unfortunate circumstances, three senior Pacific educators, scholars, and leaders offered glimpses of their experiential learning and leadership by presenting a storied discussion of leadership. The account given here discusses ideas derived from that storying. It is an examination of the form used to enact the educators’ pedagogical purpose; keynote-as-storied-discussion. This innovative way of delivering a keynote leverages the intersectional value of the tone-setting intent of a keynote, the emotional and experiential layering of storying, the pedagogical potential of woven narrative strands, and the discursive exchange of ideas.

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Sanga, K., Johansson-Fua, S., Nabobo-Baba, U. & Reynolds, M. (2020). The keynote-as-storied-discussion: a Pacific departure. The International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives. https://openjournals.library.usyd.edu.au/index.php/IEJ/article/view/14818

Journal title

The International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives

Publication date

15/12/2020

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Published

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Article

Online publication date

15/12/2020

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