CRITICAL PEDAGOGY RESOURCES
Here you will find bibliographic references to books, articles, and videos concerning the theorization and practice of critical pedagogy. At the end of the list are links to additional critical pedagogy resources on the web.
HOW TO IMPLEMENT CRITICAL PEDAGOGY INTO YOUR CLASSROOM
Critical pedagogy is a teaching philosophy that invites educators to encourage students to critique structures of power and oppression. It is rooted in critical theory, which involves becoming aware of and questioning the societal status quo. In critical pedagogy, a teacher uses his or her own enlightenment to encourage students to question and challenge inequalities that exist in families, schools, and societies.
Paulo Freire and Critical Pedagogy
Freire’s pedagogical concepts, such as problem posing, dialogue, praxis, conscientiazation and the politics of education, were devel-oped in a pre-Internet era. His work in popular education was deeply interpersonal and involved spending significant time in a community becoming familiar with the culture, linguistic patterns, and lifestyle of the people before ever embarking on teaching.
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