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By Ira; Freire, Paulo Shor

ISBN-10: 0333439333

ISBN-13: 9780333439333

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In a Literature and Environment class, I didn't begin with a lecture on my understanding of ecology in society and in art. Instead, I asked the students to write down the questions that came to them when they thought about the problems of their environments. Next, in groups of three the students read their questions to each other and 42 A Pedagogy for Liberation developed composite lists which each group then read to the class. As a recorder, I copied down the verbal reports and then read back the questions students raised.

If they seriously study racism or sexism or the arms race, I read this as a starting point of transformation which may develop in the long-run into their choices for social change. In thinking about what a classroom can accomplish, I see a gradation of transforming moments. Paulo Yes, there are different levels of transformation. Ira I look for gradual development in the classroom dialogue and notice the changing behaviors of students vis-a-vis the critical inquiry. How Can Teachers Become Liberating Educators?

When I arrived in 1971, the crisis disrupted business as usual, opening up unsupervised space for experiments, a wonderful moment partially and temporarily vacated by the authorities. Tradition was on the defensive, so we had some freedom to experiment. By 1976, the authorities regained the offensive, and the experimental period ended with a conservative restoration. But, in the open years, I learned a lot, especially from other experimenting teachers, and from student language. People from dominated groups speak several idioms, depending on their situation.

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