This cross discipline narrative inquiry describes my assignment to form a collaborative mentoring relationship with a seven year old boy for his return to school after a year absence. Simon, as I call him, lives in shades and sounds of autism and my inquiry includes reflective encounters with Simon and arts-integrated, evolving approaches around cultural voices of autism and learning and knowing that challenge artistic expression. My reflection is accompanied by a photo/sound-scape and invites re-viewing of my voice as mentor and poet/photographer/musician.
|Keywords:||Narrative Inquiry, Aesthetics, Reflective Practices, Embodiment, Voice, Arts Education, Autism|
Instructor, Faculty of Education, Arts Education, Simon Fraser University, North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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