A powerful affinity  in on-going singular(s)  process. Sharing artistic practices in training teachers – by Luc Dall’Armellina, Samira Jamouchi, and Kerttuli Saajoranta 

Two heads are better than one! https://etc.usf.edu/clipart/79600/79649/79649_twoheads.htm
Keywords
Artistic workshop, collaborative process, friendship/friendliness, international contexts, subjects-yet-to-come.

Abstract
In this article, we question and reflect on our collaborative work and research throughout our participation at several European Teacher Education Network (ETEN) conferences. We present four workshops we designed and conducted in Setubal (PT), Rotterdam (NL), Vic (SP) and online (DK). Our experience shows that, far from being a concept reserved only for the private or intimate sphere since the first philosophers, friendship encompasses mutual respect, allowing for creative and fruitful cooperation in arts and education and in formal or informal contexts. We also address singular processes in our workshops using Atkinson’s concepts of ‘not-know’ and ‘subjects-yet-to-come’.

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About the authors:
Luc Dall’Armellina, CYU Cergy Paris Universit , France
Samira Jamouchi,  stfold University College, Halden, Norway
Kerttuli Saajoranta, Oulu University, Finland



Categories: 2022, Articles - JETEN

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