Category Archives: Pedagogy of the Oppressed

Mohsen’s Post Discussion Comments about Pedagogy of the Oppressed

“EDUCATING THE NEXT GENERATION” While Education is conceived narrowly as schooling, improvements to schools do not necessarily correspond to an improvement in the education of children. Whether or not children will learn does not depend primarily on what happens in … Continue reading

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MOHSEN’S UPDATED SYNOPSIS OF “THE PEDAGOGY OF THE OPPRESSED”

As a friend recently said, whether, his remaining time upon this earth is 5, 10, or 15 more years, something has stuck him, something that we shared hit-home, and that he hoped to pursuit a new path in his life, … Continue reading

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March 2012 Selection: Paulo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed

In March we will be discussing Mohsen’s pick “Pedagogy of the Oppressed” Mohsen provides the following information about his pick: —– Book Summery, Paulo Freire, a Brazilian born Educator, Writer and Activist shares his insights as well as personal life … Continue reading

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