Ted T. Aoki is well known for his powerful performative pedagogy that discloses his own struggles as a way of hermeneutically, phenomenologically, and poststructurally dwelling in the gaps between theory and practice. His career began as a teacher in the Alberta public school system (19 years) before joining the faculty of education at the University of Alberta (U of A). He later became the department head of secondary education (7 years) at the U of A. During his retirement, he became adjunct professor at the University of Victoria as well as at the University of British Columbia; he maintained his strong dedication to preservice and inservice education at each university. However, during his tenure at the U of A he worked with Max van Manen, ...

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