Foreword (Carol Gilligan).
Prologue: Peeling an Onion.
Part One: Considering Trust and Relationship.
Introduction: Constructing a Relational.
Landscape of Learning.
1. Trusting Relationships, Trusting What You Know.
Part Two: Listening to the Students.
2. José: “Response Is the Whole Thing”.
3. Maya: Two Shelves for Knowing.
4. Sharon: Constructing Confidence.
5. Gabe: Examining Two Kinds of Body Knowledge.
Part Three: The Relational Context of Learning and Teaching.
6. Who Is Speaking? Deciding Which Truth to Tell.
7. Who Is Listening? Deciding What Knowledge to Share.
8. The Relational Learner: Why Classroom Relationships Matter.
Epilogue: The Heart of the Onion.
Appendix: Listening Closely: Discovery and the Research Relationship.