Critical Pedagogy: Where are We Now?
Our educational system is in turmoil. Many would argue that it has been assaulted and oversimplified by the right. There is growing concern that we are becoming a liberal nation-state with an increasingly anti-liberal population and an electorate that is disinterested in politics. In this globalized world, the power of capital is so great that opposition to it is often discouraged and disheartened, leaving many citizens few political precepts by which to consider their institutions. This contemporary failure of vision has opened the way for the unimpeded return of the philosophy of the free market. As a result, social and educational policies are debated almost solely in terms of how they fit with the needs of the market. Social and ethical understandings are replaced by a failed economic theory that requires a radical constraint of our political and economic choices. Compassion for the poor, the market lets us know, is wrong-headed because any interference with the labor market will always result in unfortunate economic and social consequences. Moral issues are eclipsed by market needs. In Critical Pedagogy: Where Are We Now? the contributors discuss how the field of critical pedagogy should respond to such dire conditions in a way that is theoretically savvy and visionary, while concurrently contributing to the struggle to improve the lives of those most hurt by them. Critical Pedagogy is essential reading for every classroom teacher and pre-service teacher. It is also a valuable tool for use in undergraduate and graduate-level classrooms.
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Review: Critical Pedagogy: Where Are We Now?Avis d'utilisateur - Drick - Goodreads
As a student of Paulo Freire, I was mildly aware of Critical Pedagogy as a school of thought with schools of education. However, this book plunged me into the debate within critical pedagogy today. I ... Consulter l'avis complet
Review: Critical Pedagogy: Where Are We Now?Avis d'utilisateur - Arturo - Goodreads
This book, like many of Peter McLaren's and Joe Kincheloe's books, is a must read for those new to Critical Pedagogy. In an era where education is becoming increasingly corporatized, McLaren and ... Consulter l'avis complet
Life in Schools: An Introduction to Critical Pedagogy in the Foundations of ...
Affichage d'extraits - 2003
Evolution for Survival
A Weberian Example
Critical Pedagogy and the Crisis of Imagination
Locations or Not of Critical Pedagogy in Les Petites
The Critical Potential
A Case of Critical English
Critical Pedagogy and Popular Culture in an Urban
Reflections on the Pedagogy of Critical
The Political Dimensions of Critical Pedagogy
Toward a Politics of Engagement
Frantz Fanon and a Materialist Critical Pedagogy
Democratic Realism Neoliberalism
Afterword Reinserting Criticity into Critical Pedagogy