It’s soft! It’s squidgy! It doesn’t weigh a ton! And it makes that lovely floppy sound when you flick the pages. Yes, dear friends, thanks to the libraries of the world and all those wonderful people out there who shelled out for the hardback edition (you know who you are), 196 more words
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Paulo Freire (1970), Pedagogy of the Oppressed (New York & London: Continuum) . Chapter 2.
In the last meeting of the AP Reading Group we discussed one of Paulo Freire’s most important and enduring contributions to educational philosophy: the ‘banking’ concept of education. 519 more words
This week I thought I would share some of my experiences from interviewing for internships in Stockholm. Since my last post, I have been to two different job interviews, and I have to say, for me, there was a noticeable difference from a typical job interview I would normally experience in Toronto! 549 more words