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Call for papers

The 2nd International Conference on Critical Pedagogies and Philosophies of Education: 25th and 26th June 2015, Liverpool Hope University

Conveners: Dr Alex Guilherme and Dr David Lewin… 349 more words

Critical Pedagogy

Your Final Project Word Cloud

‘Tis the season! It’s the end of the semester and students everywhere are frantically typing up projects for classes that all seem to backload 95% of the work onto the final week. 297 more words

Academic Advice

Critical Pedagogy

Paulo Freire – Pedagogy of the Oppressed

A receptacle is a device used to store garbage until it is to be taken to a facility, where it is then dumped onto a larger pile of garbage and left to remain a decomposing threshold into the earth. 174 more words

Critical Pedagogy

Article Review: Pedagogy of the Oppressed

Paulo Freire (1970) challenged the traditional ‘banking’ method of the passive, empty-vessel student and the wise, authoritative teacher relationship. He believed that students and teachers should have an equal partnership where both were engaged through dialogue, critically explored issues, and ultimately “become jointly responsible for a process in which all grow” (p. 197 more words

Critical Perspectives

Reflective Essay #2

The second half of the semester in COM410 has been a huge learning curve for me. Not only did I get to try my hands at some new video editing, organizing, and script writing, but I also learned a lot through the readings we have done. 1,038 more words

on information privilege.

The concept of information privilege situates information literacy in a sociocultural context of justice and access. Information as the media and messages that underlie individual and collective awareness and knowledge building; … 2,210 more words

Information Literacy

Ferguson Syllabus

Yesterday’s Grand Jury decision not to charge Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown is hard for me to wrap my head around. Watching the announcement last night, I felt shaken, frustrated, and afraid. 587 more words