Oppressive Pedagogy

oppressive pedagogy

by Russ Mayne

2016 was the year of social justice. IATEFL showcased a talk by J.J. Wilson promoting the work of famed Brazilian pedagogue Paulo Freire. Not knowing anything about Freire or Critical Pedagogy I decided to read the book which has, according to the cover, sold millions of copies. When I read education themed books there are generally four things I hope to find:

  1. Interesting and original ideas
  2. Information about research into . . .

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