In this autoethnography, I am concerned with cultural relevance as an experience of a scholar-practitioner educational leader. I question my own cultural competence as a teacher and school principal. Turning a reflective gaze on my lived experiences as an educator creates a space in which I attempt to make meaning of the phenomenon of culturally relevant practices in the field of education. As an act of pedagogical and personal meaning-making, this autoethnographic work centers on the value of cultural relevance as informed by scholarly practice.
Autoethnography, Culturally Relevant Practices, Educational Leadership, Ethical Sensitivity, Scholar-Practitionership
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Lowery, C. L. (2018). An Autoethnography of Culturally Relevant Leadership as Moral Practice: Lived Experiences through a Scholar-Practitioner Lens. The Qualitative Report, 23(12), 3036-3053. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol23/iss12/12
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