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    Pedagogy Of The Oppressed

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    The class was very educational and beneficial, I can’t believe we finished the first book that was assigned for the course, it feels like it was yesterday when we start reading the book. “the Pedagogy of the oppressed” is the most amazing book I read so far. If I say little bit about my view of the book, for me it was very hard to understand at first, but very interesting book, it contains more education than u may think when you first read. To get the general idea you have to understand each…

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    Dialogic Pedagogy

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    Dialogic Pedagogy: Teaching the Grieving Process in the Classroom Essential Questions Does literature reflect different psychological aspects? Why should we read about grief and death? How can reading literature about the grieving process offer insight to our understanding? How does the grieving process relate to psychological criticism? How can readers use information in texts to provide a deeper understanding of the grieving process? Activities Composing Prompt: This activity will serve…

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    Pedagogy Of The Oppression

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    Pedagogy of the Oppressed, chapters three and four, discuss the depth of the oppressed and the oppressors, the importance of dialogue, and how this quality is portrayed in revolutionary leaders. Freire discusses the contrasting theories between the dominant elites and the revolutionary leaders to help explain that anti-dialogical dominant elites conquer the minds and freedom of the oppressed in different ways. Contrastingly, the revolutionary leaders prioritize the people, and focus on…

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    Rhetorical Pedagogy

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    The peer-reviewed article On critical - rhetorical pedagogy: dialoging with Schindler's List was co-written by Brian L. Ott and Carl R. Burgchardt, then published on Western Journal Of Communication by Routledge Taylor&France Group on 2013. This article is not directly written for the purpose related with the film production field; rather it uses Schindler's List as an example of “critical-rhetorical” teaching strategy through the usage of media, specifically film. In the article, the author…

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    Revolutionary Pedagogy

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    Revolutionary pedagogy: “Highest Directives” in textbook The textbooks in the era of Cultural Revolution provide a unique perspective to the establishment of Mao’s cult. Although generally regarded a presentation of academic background and kept at a distant from political turmoil, textbooks didn’t escape from the politicization during the Cultural Revolution; rather it bore witness to the Maoists’ attempt of upraising Mao Thought to an omnipresent, universal and unchallengeable place. Similar…

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    nonviolence and colonialism, that oppressed and marginalized individuals should be key actors in community and social cation. The Pedagogy of the oppressed is a process that would not exist without their…

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    Critical Pedagogy

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    Critical Pedagogy evolved under the influence educator, Paulo Freire (Morgan, 1997). Freire, like Dewey and Montessori, refuted the theoretical underpinnings of didactic pedagogy. He condemned the banking model of education where students only received information and knowledge from the teacher. As a result, he proposed a pedagogy that liberated rather than conformed where education was viewed as a student-centred problem-posing process, in which learning emerges through a collaborative…

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    The purpose of this study is to examine teacher perceptions and experiences with current approaches to professional development in K-12 schools. This study is important to K-12 educators as it will examine opportunities for teachers to utilize technology to pursue professional development relevant to their teaching and learning practice in a flexible learning environment. Additionally, this study will analyze pathways toward developing new and engaging learning experiences that would not be…

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    development of students. Furthermore, the skills acquired in music are cross-disciplinary, relevant and engage all learners. The following report will discuss the Australian curriculum and discover how curriculum, pedagogy and assessment are interrelated. To achieve this, three pedagogies, which I feel are applicable to my teaching area and philosophy will be examined. Curriculum in the Australian Context There are many different definitions of the term curriculum…

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    and how different axiologies can shift how a class incorporates writing into a course. While discussing his writing pedagogy and how he develops a course curriculum, Professor John Whittier-Ferguson insights as to how curriculums are developed in actual collegiate environments. Despite having taken one of his previous courses, Whittier-Ferguson illuminated many aspects of his pedagogy that both connected to and created tension with our own class content. Professor Whittier-Ferguson’s classes…

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