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Critical Pedagogy : Notes from the Real World,9780205418183

Critical Pedagogy : Notes from the Real World

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9780205418183

ISBN10:
020541818X
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Pub. Date:
1/1/2005
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Allyn & Bacon
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Summary

This text is an accessible analysis of critical pedagogy and articulates multiple ways of applying its principles in various contexts. This powerful analysis of the often difficult rhetoric of critical pedagogy argues that critical pedagogy opens the door to a broader and deeper perspective on teaching and learning in the classroom and the community. The text strongly encourages teachers to continuously adapt teaching beliefs and strategies to meet the needs of today's classrooms.Critical Pedagogy, 3/e,offers thoughtful examination of the theoretical models of critical pedagogy in an engaging, understandable writing style.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
Welcome to My Real World
1(13)
Some of What Was Not Said in Previous Editions
4(1)
I Dropped Out
4(1)
Literacy: Jonathan to Wyatt
5(2)
The Whispering Continues
7(3)
Potter Pedagogy
7(1)
The Path to Pokemon
8(1)
Captain Underpants to the Rescue
9(1)
Contradictions and Change
10(2)
Looking Ahead for Elusive Answers
12(1)
Practicing Pedagogy Patiently: Home Run Reading
13(1)
Notes
13(1)
How in the World Did I Get into This?
14(8)
The Benson Kids: Teaching Is Learning
14(3)
Learn, Relearn, and Unlearn Your Way to Critical Pedagogy
17(4)
To Learn: Difficult Learning Experiences
18(1)
To Relearn: Difficult Relearning Experiences
18(1)
To Unlearn: Difficult Unlearning Experiences
19(2)
Looking Ahead for Your Stories of Relearning and Unlearning
21(1)
Practicing Pedagogy Patiently: Tanesha Hits a Home Run
21(1)
Notes
21(1)
What in the World Do You Think It Is?
22(43)
A Word about Language
22(1)
Dawn Does Critical Pedagogy
23(6)
Definitions
24(1)
Generative Definitions
25(2)
Phony from the True
27(2)
Language of Possibility, Language of Critique
29(1)
Vygotsky: Reaching Back to Move Forward
30(1)
Word by Word
30(2)
Banking Model of Education
32(1)
Conscientization
32(6)
Carmen Has It
33(2)
Rainey Doesn't---Well, Didn't
35(3)
Codification
38(1)
Culture
38(1)
Cultural Capital
39(2)
Dialectic
41(1)
Dialogue
41(2)
Discourse
43(2)
Hegemony
45(1)
Hidden Curriculum
46(1)
Literacies
47(3)
Critical Literacy: Reading the Word and the World
48(1)
Orate and Literate Communities
49(1)
Pedagogy
50(1)
Praxis
50(1)
Problem Posing
51(1)
To Groom
52(3)
To Name
55(1)
To Marginalize
55(1)
Schooling, or to School
56(1)
To Silence
57(1)
To Socialize
58(1)
Voice
59(2)
Looking Ahead for Your Thoughts and Language in Critical Pedagogy
61(1)
Practicing Pedagogy Patiently
62(2)
New Words, New Friends
62(1)
Post-it Patterns
63(1)
Notes
64(1)
What in the World Do I Think It Is?
65(18)
So What Is Critical Pedagogy?
67(1)
How I Came to These Understandings of Critical Pedagogy
68(4)
My Journey: First, Spanish; Next, Bilingual; Finally, Critical Pedagogy
68(4)
The Word Universe
72(1)
History Helps: Three Perspectives
72(7)
Transmission Model
73(1)
Generative Model
74(1)
Transformative Model
74(1)
Transmission to Transformative: An Example
74(2)
K-W-L
76(3)
Practicing Pedagogy Patiently
79(2)
Corri Does Dialectives in Secondary Science
79(1)
Ethical Dialectic Method
80(1)
Notes
81(2)
Where in the World Did It Come From?
83(37)
The Latin Voice
83(10)
Freire: The Foundation
83(2)
Freire's Voice: A Transcription of an Audiotape
85(8)
The European Voice
93(10)
Gramsci
94(1)
Marx
95(1)
The Frankfurt School of Critical Theory
96(1)
Tove Skutnabb-Kangas
97(6)
The Eastern Voice
103(2)
Reflections from the East
104(1)
Peace Education
104(1)
The North American Voice
105(13)
Dewey
106(1)
Ada
107(1)
McCaleb
108(1)
Giroux
109(1)
McLaren
110(2)
Cummins
112(4)
Krashen
116(1)
The Historical Evolution of Critical Pedagogy
117(1)
The Benson Kids
117(1)
Looking Ahead for New Leaders: You!
118(1)
Practicing Pedagogy Patiently: Civics, ESL, and the New Immigrants
118(1)
Notes
119(1)
How in the World Do You Do It?
120(31)
Thinking about Practice
120(3)
Carla: Reflecting on Her Practice
121(1)
Democratic Pedagogy
122(1)
So How Do You Do Critical Pedagogy?
123(6)
Problem Posing: Jonathan and Wyatt, Examples from the Community
123(1)
Problem Posing: Miss Johnson, and Example from Secondary Schools
124(1)
Principles of Problem Posing
125(1)
The Teacher's Role in Problem Posing
125(1)
Problem Posing: Stephanie, an Example from the Primary Grades
126(1)
Problem Posing: Codification
126(1)
Problem Posing: Reggie, an Example from Postsecondary
127(2)
The Essence Is in the Experience
129(2)
Popcorn
131(1)
How to Do It
131(1)
The Experience
132(1)
Pair Share
132(1)
How to Do It
132(1)
The Experience
132(1)
Dialogue Journal
133(1)
How to Do It
133(1)
The Experience
133(1)
Bloom's Taxonomies
133(1)
How to Do It
133(1)
The Experience
133(1)
Teaching and Learning in the Desert
134(1)
Four Corners
134(2)
How to Do It
134(1)
The Experience
134(2)
The Messenger and the Scribe
136(1)
How to Do It
136(1)
The Experience
136(1)
Comprehending/Comprehension
136(2)
How to Do It
137(1)
The Experience
137(1)
Problem-Posing Activity: Literacy
138(2)
How to Do It
138(1)
The Experience
138(1)
To Name
138(1)
To Reflect Critically
139(1)
To Act
139(1)
A Mess
140(7)
Mayida and the Mess
142(1)
NCLB Calls Us to the Mess
142(1)
The Proof Is in the Pudding
143(1)
The Principal: Doing Critical Pedagogy
144(3)
Practicing Pedagogy Patiently: In the University
147(2)
Looking Ahead for Elusive Methods
149(1)
Notes
149(2)
How in the World Do You Do It with Families?
151(14)
Two Perspectives
152(2)
Models of Parental Involvement
154(1)
Family Graph
155(4)
Putting the Home Back in Homework
159(1)
Reflection to Action
160(2)
School Families
162(1)
A Library in the Community: Cow Jumped Over the Moon
163(1)
Electronic Communities of Families
163(1)
Galileo: Walking, Observing, Talking, and Recording
164(1)
Practicing Pedagogy Patiently
164(1)
Note
164(1)
Why in the World Does It Matter?
165(16)
Students of the Twenty-First Century
166(1)
The Pedagogy of a Caring Heart and Critical Eyes
167(2)
A Caring Heart
167(1)
A Critical Eye
168(1)
Pedagogy of Courage and Patience
169(1)
Time, Time, Time
170(1)
From Buttercup to Power
171(2)
Teachers Taught Me, Too
173(1)
Now, Here Is the Point
174(1)
To Make a Difference
174(3)
Bob
175(1)
Roxanne
176(1)
Looking Ahead for More Elusive Answers
177(1)
Practicing Pedagogy Patiently: Dayna
178(2)
The Lesson of Dayna: One Size Does Not Fit All
178(1)
Three Perspectives on Pedagogy: The Artist's Notes
179(1)
Note
180(1)
Bibliography 181(8)
Index 189


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