This article argues that school administrators can learn about themselves through fictionalizing their real world experience. Examples of this writing form are offered in the text to illustrate the form and possible function of this type of work. The author presents this alternate writing form as a reflective tool that can assist professionals in learning about themselves and as a result resituate themselves in the world of leadership.


Autoethnography, Narrative Inquiry, Evocative Narrative, Alternative Narrative Research, and Fiction as Educational Research

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