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    Social Pedagogy Model

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    workers are going through a Social Pedagogy programme with the partnership of Strathclyde University to earn the degree. The social pedagogy…

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    Introduction Students for whom English is an additional language or dialect (EAL/D) may be defined as those students with diverse linguistic, cultural and educational backgrounds “whose first language is a language or dialect other than English and who require additional support to assist them to develop proficiency in English” (Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority [ACARA], 2014, p. 6). As learning is accessed through English in Australian schools, without specific…

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    effect of what the president of the university states in his speeches, but an effect of what occurs between the students and professors in the classroom. The kind of education CNU professors are searching to accomplish is a term called “engaged pedagogy,” which is introduced by author bell…

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    discusses current issues we have surrounding the field of education and how we can address these issues. The first selection from bell hook’s book is chapter one, entitled “Engaged Pedagogy”. The title of this chapter can translate to mean “engaged teaching”. The five key terms I used to summarize this chapter were pedagogy, freedom, education, classroom, and progressive. Relating back to Nancy’s quote on page nine, I believe the terms freedom, classroom, and progressive are most easily…

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    Critical democratic pedagogies understand educative or learning processes as a continuous, two-way, dialectic process. These processes are constructed around the personal experiences of the students and allow critical thinking and action. All that, in order to help students grow (Drinkwater, 2014). This kind of pedagogies give students the opportunity to speak out and be heard. That means too that student’s previous experiences and interest are taken into account in the classroom for their…

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    connections for learning that may come easier to their peers who belong to the more dominant culture group.” Such barriers to learning impede positive learning outcomes. As such, culturally responsive pedagogy has been identified as a method to remove such barriers. In this report, culturally responsive pedagogy will be defined as a teaching practice that uses cultural knowledge, experiences, and understandings of RCELD students to make learning encounters more relevant and meaningful for…

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    Kenneth Burke Pedagogy

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    The pedagogy of Kenneth Burke The ideas of Kenneth Burke are ubiquitous in the study of communication, and as such, scholars have extended them to most areas of human symbolic action. However, studies of Burke in educational contexts often reduce his pedagogy to questions of how to teach Burkean concepts, rather than exploring how Burke educators to teach any subject (Smudde and Brock xi-xii). Consequently, it is not surprising that his essay “Linguistic Approach to the Problems of Education” is…

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    However, in patch 2 Burton and Brundrett (2005) identified that although subject specific knowledge provides direction, it is the pedagogic knowledge that will strive vision and development. Pedagogy is the ability to select and use suitable teaching strategies and an understanding of how children learn, to be familiar with major concepts and how they can be taught (Newton and Newton, 2002; Dean, 2003; Burton and Brundrett, 2005; Wellcome Trust…

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    his most famous work, ” Pedagogy of the Oppressed” . According to the Freire institute, Paulo Freire was born in 1921 in Recife, Brazil. In 1947 Freire first began to work with adult illiterates at Northeast Brazil.It was at the University of Recife in the early 1960s that he became more passionate about an educational movement to deal with the massive illiteracy problem his country was facing. Hence he wrote the “Pedagogy of the Oppressed”. In his essay on Pedagogy of the Oppressed,…

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    interaction go side by side. We learn by interacting with people or environment around us or both, thus, encouraging learners to participate in the learning process. One such pedagogical approach that is based on learners’ participation is the interactive pedagogy. Therefore, Values and Civic Education which is a programme responsible for the development of learners as individuals and good citizens will be more suitable to be schooled at primary level in an interactive manner. As such, pupils…

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