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Kay Sidebottom Aug 11
Yeah, cog sci is great but have you tried critical pedagogy? 😉 monthly book chat returns on Mon 2 Sept, 8pm GMT - join us to discuss chapter 1 of Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed. Facing erasure from curriculum in Brazil by Pres. Bolsonaro, the time to read is now.
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Kay Sidebottom Jul 23
Yes!! And we have our ‘Pedagogy of the Oppressed’ reading group starting in Sept using hash tag :)
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Scott Robison Jun 4
"Yes, I would eliminate grades all together. What we want is students to be engaged and thoughtful participants in their own learning. Grades are not helping us toward that."
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Trevelyn Yahr Jun 30
Friere's work was instrumental in the development of my teaching practice. I first read it in grad school and look forward to diving in again! Since I now teach in the public school classroom, I will be seeing it through a different lens.
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Violet Fox 🦊 Mar 1
.'s webinar on "Examining Privilege in Classifications: Connecting Critical Information Literacy to Conversations on 'Latinx'" is now available via the ODLOS website:
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Dr Kevin Smith Jul 1
Replying to @KaySocLearn
I used technology and pupil-choice as part of my approach to a type of when I was a middle school ICT teacher .
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Lord David Allan 🖌 Jul 1
I've quite enjoyed my discussions tonight with on
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Inés Vañó García Mar 18
Excited to share my essay about critical pedagogy & Spanish OERs! Take a look at the project: "Building Open Infrastructure at " - reflections upon OER & open pedagogy related work done
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Pratt CTL Mar 7
The Center for Teaching and Learning aims to create an interdisciplinary and reflective community that supports critical, inclusive and embodied practices.
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Educating Drew Jun 30
Replying to @KaySocLearn
I am need of a book chat. I stumbled upon this thread, but would love to take part. First chapter, first monday in september? Did I read correctly?
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Kay Sidebottom Jul 9
‘Years of patient relationship-building ensured that, when the moment came for FE research, the rhizome was ready to act.’ Amazing rhizomatic networks for research along with the CPD gatherings like . The future is a # ☺️
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The Bookwise Owl Jul 1
RT KaySocLearn: A massive thanks to everyone who’s read Teaching to Trangress over the past 3 months :) I’ve loved it. Next up in is Paulo Freire’s ‘Pedagogy of the Oppressed.’ We begin with chapter one on Monday 2nd September, 8pm GMT. All welc…
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SJM Jun 3
Replying to @KaySocLearn
I love these questions but v hard to think of answers, maybe because this feels so distant from expectations of how we teach...if I think about barriers to entering classroom whole it's something about having to seem 'professional; & not express strong emotions/opinions
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Val Brown Jun 30
Replying to @KaySocLearn
Looking forward to joining you and .✊🏾💜
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Louisa Jones Jul 1
Replying to @KaySocLearn
For film, a deeper appreciation of the power of film grammar and how the spectator is positioned by the director. This enables the student to understand how structural inequality permeates every facet of our lives and can mainly operate unchallenged.
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Muna Abdi Jul 1
Replying to @KaySocLearn
This is the first time I've seen the hashtag... looks great!
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Prema Trettin Jun 30
Replying to @KaySocLearn
tag me in please, would love to join a discussion of this text!
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michaela Jul 5
PD by choice 📚! I’m lucky to get dept 💰 & freedom which I know is not universally the case. But if you’re looking for summer reading on , , , , , , ... here are some vetted suggestions I’ll be getting into.
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Joanna Norton Jul 1
Replying to @KaySocLearn
Sorry I’m just in, so I’m late joining. Taking the time to find your own voice/ pedagogic creed is the starting point for me. Developing of a culture of trust in the classroom is essential. I begin this process by inviting Ss to critique my own work
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Lou Mycroft Mar 3
Are you reading that chapter in TTT in tomorrow? I may be able to contribute a few emojis when I get back in 😂
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