Category Archives: Critical constructivism

Developing Critical Literacy Skills – Exploring Masculine and Feminine Stereotypes in Children’s Literature

Read Developing critical literacy skills is a major challenge for teachers who are preparing students for a world that is saturated with information. A major part of the challenge is to show students how text, in all its forms, carries … Continue reading

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The Routledge international handbook of Critical Education

The Routledge international handbook of Critical Education The Routledge International Handbook of Critical Education is the first authoritative reference work to provide an international analysis of the relationship between power, knowledge, education, and schooling. Rather than focusing solely on questions … Continue reading

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Reinventing critical pedagogy

Reinventing critical pedagogy Reinventing Critical Pedagogy is divided into three thematic areas: Race, Ethnicity, and Critical Pedagogy, which exposes the pervasiveness of white supremacy and ethnic conflict; Theoretical Concerns, in which authors rethink the basic premises of capitalism, alienation, experience, … Continue reading

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Critical constructivism primer

Critical constructivism primer The Critical Constructivism Primer introduces education students to the study of knowledge; how it is inscribed by particular values and produced in problematic ways; whose interests it serves; and how it shapes the identities of those who … Continue reading

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