A Pedagogy for Liberation: Dialogues on Transforming Education

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Price
$54.00
Publisher
Praeger
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Pages
220
Dimensions
6.1 X 9.1 X 0.6 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780897891059
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Reviews
"Highly recommended. . . . Written in a rather interesting manner--primarily as a conversation--this book serves nicely as an informal yet rigorous treatment of critical pedagogy. There is a satisfactory blend of theoretical investigation and practical personal anecdote. . . . The text is well researched."-Choice
"Thoughtful, humane, stimulating, and quite readable."-Future Survey
"Two renowned educators engage in lively dialogues on liberatory education' and the role of education in various cultural and political areas."-Convergence
?Thoughtful, humane, stimulating, and quite readable.?-Future Survey
?Two renowned educators engage in lively dialogues on liberatory education' and the role of education in various cultural and political areas.?-Convergence
?There is substance and considerable insight in this book . . . [The authors] pedagogy and epistemology are impeccable . . . their impassioned and articulate analysis of learning is perhaps the chief strength of the text.?-Community Review
?Highly recommended. . . . Written in a rather interesting manner--primarily as a conversation--this book serves nicely as an informal yet rigorous treatment of critical pedagogy. There is a satisfactory blend of theoretical investigation and practical personal anecdote. . . . The text is well researched.?-Choice
"There is substance and considerable insight in this book . . . [The authors] pedagogy and epistemology are impeccable . . . their impassioned and articulate analysis of learning is perhaps the chief strength of the text."-Community Review
." . . one of the most important books for American teachers . . . If you teach, read it on one of the days when you want to quit. You'll either keep teaching or quit with a clearer head."-Democratic Schools