I recently read an article by Doyin Oyeniyi titled “Why I’m only reading books by Writers of Color in 2015”, and it made me reflect back to a time in my teaching career when I only used writers of color in my English class in a public middle school in Philadelphia. 547 more words
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The motivational and foundational philosophical theorems of the American Left’s political, social and educational views are ‘Critical Pedagogy’ theory and ‘Cultural Marxism’. Bill Ayers is simply an influential, ‘celebrity’ advocate of these ideologies. 1,995 more words
As someone who has done educational work around queerness and disability, I’ve always struggled on how best to integrate conversations around race, privilege and identity.244 more words
#becomingeducational W18 blog: Critical Pedagogy: Is education about socialisation or actualisation?
Are you following critical pedagogy discussions via #moocmooc? This week they are discussing the oppressive nature of an education system totally geared to employment – and ask whether it is possible to create anarchist educational alternatives. 1,175 more words
In our last post we suggested that you had a look at Hybrid Pedagogy’s #moocmooc on Critical Pedagogy. This week they are discussing the limitations of an education system totally geared to employment – and ask whether it is possible to create educational alternatives. 1,164 more words
Listen. Week four of #moocmooc is a real doozy! Let me confess that I had to look up Hakim Bey, Max Stirner, Francisco Ferrer, Paul Goodman, and the Free Space/Free Skool. 527 more words