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    Critical Pedagogy A lens through which the disadvantages faced by many people in regard to their ethnicity and gender, and how this effect their ability to learn, is the learning theory of critical pedagogy. This is similar to the theory of constructivism; both are opposed to the transmission model of communication and situate learners as active participants where they are posed problems and allowed to solve them (Lindauer, 2007). But, while constructivist learning focuses on creating valued…

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    perspectives and the education system has been changing. Education has been changing for the better because of past difficulties. That is what Paulo Freire and Horace Mann wanted to do, they wanted to change education for the better. In chapter 2 of Pedagogy of the Oppressed, Paulo Freire believed that the educational system was flawed and did not agree on how students were being taught. Freire did not think students were expressing themselves creativity and they were not thinking critically…

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    Paulo Freire wrote a book about education, called Pedagogy of the Oppressed, which was first published in 1968. I recently read an excerpt from the book, and I got to learn about Freire’s view of the education, and styles of teaching. In the book he has a lot of great ideas about how teaching and education can be improved. In the first paragraph Freire focuses his attention on co-intentional education. The teachers (leadership) and the students (people), being co-intent on reality.…

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    Progressive and Critical Pedagogy are well known philosophies contributing to the teaching methods taught today. Teachers, learners, curriculum, desired results, methodology and learning environment are each clarified profoundly in every philosophy. Some may be compared similarly while other elements differ drastically. In education, the learners play a significant factor, each philosophy has a distinct view on how the learners come in and how they should learn. In Critical Pedagogy, the learner…

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    Freire’s words “True dialogue cannot exist unless the dialoguers engage in critical thinking” (Freire, 1970/1993, p.92). Here, the author emphasizes how imperative critical thinking is for dialoguers in order to have a real conversation. In his book Pedagogy of the Oppressed, he elaborates the meaning of critical thinking. According to what he said, when there is agreement between the world and people without separating them, it is critical thinking. Moreover, if an individual believes that…

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    Pedagogy, andragogy, technology, “oh my”, what is happening in our education society. What is changing? How is it changing? Is it for the better? Is technology revamping what we think about different teaching and learning techniques? Pedagogical and andragogy approach effects the learner, the learner’s experience, the learner’s readiness to learn, learner’s orientation to learning, and the learner’s motivation. Technology is helping to close the gap between these two types of learning and…

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    This paper analyzes Paulo Freire’s views of the educational system and the faults he sees in it, from Chapter 2 of his essay, Pedagogy of the Oppressed. Freire discusses two approaches of education, banking and problem-posing education that are present in education today. Freire argues that banking education, which portrays the teacher as the narrator, detaches students from reality as they are seen as containers being filled with pre-selected contents of the narration. In this model, the…

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    Paulo Freire discussed the teacher-student contradiction in the text of “Pedagogy of the Oppressed.” This contradiction is when students are regulated by teachers. The teachers have the power over the students, which places them in a situation that limits their freedom as a whole. The Banking Concept of Education is the reason for the lack of freedom for students. This concept contradicts students as objects, and not individuals. Assuming that the students know nothing, Freire stated that the…

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    Invisible Pedagogy

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    (2004), the two main types of pedagogies- traditional and progressive are not neutral but based on the social class assumptions and interest. Firstly I will discuss the difference between the two modes of visible and invisible pedagogies. Secondly I will discuss the social assumptions of visible and invisible pedagogies. Lastly I will discuss the implications of the visible and invisible pedagogies for education practice. According to Bernstein (2004), visible pedagogy is created by explicit…

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    Pedagogy Learning

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    have found in andragogy and pedagogy learning are that andragogy learning is basically adults learning and pedagogy is the teaching of children. Andragogy learning is more or less you learning on your own with guidance from an instructor. Pedagogy learning is learning that is taught by a teacher or instructor. With the andragogy form of learning the student is more independent as to with pedagogy way of learning you are taking the teachers way of thinking. In pedagogy, the teacher usually…

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