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Open education and critical pedagogy

I have a new publication entitled ‘Open Education and Critical Pedagogy’ upcoming with Learning, Media and Technology.  Here’s the abstract.

This paper argues for a revaluation of the potential of open education to support more critical forms of pedagogy.

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Relaxing and Stretching Reads : Creating a Critical Pedagogy

I’ve only recently tripped over the work of Cassie Earl, who works in the Centre for Educational Research and Development at the University of Lincoln. She is committed passionately to the idea of popular education, to the continuing creation of a critical pedagogy. 316 more words

Youth Work Policy

No One Belongs Here More Than You

By Corson Androski ’16



is a set of words and photos about my experience being at and being estranged from Grinnell. 1,024 more words

A message to our students after the Paris Tragedy.

I’m writing this in the aftermath of the horrific and chilling events from Paris. Needless to say that all our thoughts are with the families and friends that have lost their loved ones during the devastating tragedy that occurred in the late hours of Friday night. 791 more words

Critical Pedagogy

An awareness of the collective...

I have to get ready now to go back into my classroom tomorrow morning. Although, my students are young adults I suspect their reactions to the events of this weekend will probably bear a similar weight of apprehension to that of my young children, as to what exactly this world that awaits them is. 504 more words

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Academic Practice Reading Group: The Academic Manifesto: From an Occupied to a Public University

The Academic Practice Reading Group is meeting next Wednesday 11 November 1-2pm. We will be discussing:

Willem Halffman and Hans Radder, ‘The Academic Manifesto: From an Occupied to a Public University’, Minerva (2015) 53:165–187  114 more words

Reading Group

Before enlightenment, learn, teach.

Jacques Rancière’s short book, The Ignorant Schoolmaster is a provocation to think about the hierarchy of intelligence and ignorance that we keep alive through our education systems and pedagogical practices. 1,058 more words

November 2015