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elliot eisner, connoisseurship, criticism and the art of education

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Class Dismissed: Why we can’t teach or learn our way out of inequality – John Marsh

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CLASS DISMISSED: WHY WE CAN’T TEACH OR LEARN OUR WAY OUT OF INEQUALITY John Marsh Paperback, 328 pages ISBN-13: 978-1-58367-243-3 Cloth (ISBN-13: 978-1-58367-244-0) Released July 2011 Monthly Rev...
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elliot eisner, connoisseurship, criticism and the art of education

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social pedagogy

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The term social pedagogy has been used to describe a The term social pedagogy has been used to describe a range of work with children and young people straddling social work and education.
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THE CONCEPT OF EVIDENCE IN EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE - Kvernbekk - 2011 - Educational Theory - Wiley Online Library

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Doing and Undoing Academic Labour

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Should educational research be irrelevant?

Recently I received the further particulars for a post in a Swedish university who want to recruit a professor of higher education. The university has a strong scholarly tradition, and likes to men...
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Paulo Freire - An Incredible Conversation

Paulo Freire's last public interview, given to Literacy.org in 1996.   It is fascinating to hear him speak.  So much has happened with new literacies, even since this interview in 1996.  We have to wonder what he would say today.  Although perhaps he would still be focused on the fundamentals of literacy, which are still elusive to so much of the world's population.


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OER Hub's comment, May 25, 2012 3:22 AM
You are welcome, Gabi. I'm researching Freire's work as a way of underpinning the OER movement... if you ever want to bounce some ideas around let me know!
Gabi Witthaus's comment, May 26, 2012 1:58 PM
That's really interesting. I think he was (and still is) a hugely inspirational person. I'll watch this space :-)
Carole Gillard's curator insight, February 1, 9:41 AM

"We did not come to keep the world as it is. We have to change reality." -Paulo Freire, in his last public interview.

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A literature review of the use of Web 2.0 tools in Higher Education

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Rhizomatic and Privilege; Questions and Commentary #change11

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The Rhizomatic Model of Education is one of the more interesting change11 topics for me so far, appealing as a discussion of the potential of educational design with respect to the nature of variou...
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The Divergence of Thought in Science & Philosophy: Could ...

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The Divergence of Thought in Science & Philosophy: Could “Complexity” be New Common Ground? 2011/11/06. Knowledge is a gift best appreciated when we don't try to think about it. As a topic of focus, it frequently defies ...
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