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Critical Pedagogy: Notes from the Real World

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Publisher Comments:

This text is an accessible analysis of critical pedagogy that articulates multiple ways of applying its principles in various contexts. Critical Pedagogy: Notes from the Real World, Fourth Edition, presents a thoughtful examination of the theoretical models of critical pedagogy in an engaging, understandable writing style.

 

 With a clear, first-person narrative, Joan Wink offers a powerful and accessible analysis of the often difficult rhetoric of critical pedagogy, arguing that critical pedagogy opens the door to a broader and deeper perspective on teaching and learning in the classroom and the community. The text strongly encourages teachers to continuously adapt teaching beliefs and strategies to meet the needs of today's classrooms.  The fourth edition provides greater attention to an expanded view of identity, coverage of new and emerging critical theorists, and an action plan for how readers can move into advocacy and activism. 

 

 What reviewers have to say:

 

“Particularly, I am drawn to [Wink’s] lucid explanations of key concepts of critical pedagogy and her motivating approach to moving the reader from transmission understandings of knowledge to transformative.”

            Deanna L. Fassett, San Jose State University

 

“Parts of the text read as if the author was talking aloud with herself as she sorts through the dilemmas facing teachers today.  The writing style creates a dialogue with the reader and it truly becomes more than just one-sided.”

            Carrie M. Dale, Eastern Illinois University

 

Book News Annotation:

Wink (California State University) describes an approach to pedagogy that requires teachers to name experiences in the classroom, reflect critically on their origins and implications, and act in response. The graduate text deconstructs the language of critical pedagogy, encourages teachers to constantly rethink their assumptions, and suggests classroom activities. The third edition adds chapters on learning models and parental involvement.
Annotation 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

This text is an accessible analysis of critical pedagogy and articulates multiple ways of applying its principles in various contexts. This powerful analysis of the often difficult rhetoric of critical pedagogy argues that critical pedagogy opens the door to a broader and deeper perspective on teaching and learning in the classroom and the community. The text strongly encourages teachers to continuously adapt teaching beliefs and strategies to meet the needs of today's classrooms. Critical Pedagogy, 3/e, offers thoughtful examination of the theoretical models of critical pedagogy in an engaging, understandable writing style.

Synopsis:

This text is an accessible analysis of critical pedagogy that articulates multiple ways of applying its principles in various contexts. Critical Pedagogy, Fourth Edition, offers thoughtful examination of the theoretical models of critical pedagogy in an engaging, understandable writing style.

 

In this edition, the author maintains the strengths of a clear, engaging writing style with first-person narrative and lucid explanations of key concepts, which makes critical pedagogy more meaningful for students to learn and instructors to teach. This powerful and accessible analysis of the often difficult rhetoric of critical pedagogy argues that critical pedagogy opens the door to a broader and deeper perspective on teaching and learning in the classroom and the community. The text strongly encourages teachers to continuously adapt teaching beliefs and strategies to meet the needs of today's classrooms. The ongoing cultural critique, which links the chapters, challenges readers to think more deeply.

Table of Contents

Each chapter concludes with “Notes.”

Acknowledgements.

Preface.

The Purpose.

The Audience for This Book.

Organization.

What Has Changed Since the Previous Edition?

A Word About Pronouns.

Changes Which I Have Not Made.

1. Welcome to My Real World.

Contradictions and Change.

Looking Ahead for Elusive Answers.

Practicing Pedagogy Patiently.

2. Critical Pedagogy: How in the World Did I Get into This?

The Benson Kids: Teaching is Learning.

Learn, Relearn, and Unlearn Your Way to Critical Pedagogy.

Looking Ahead for Your Stories of Relearning and Unlearning.

Practicing Pedagogy Patiently.

3. Critical Pedagogy: What in the World Do You Think It Is?

Dawn Does Critical Pedagogy.

Language of Possibility—Language of Critique.

Vygotsky: Reaching Back to Move Forward.

Word By Word.

Banking Model of Education.

Conscientization.

Codification.

Dialectic.

Dialogue.

Discourse.

Hegemony.

Hidden Curriculum.

Literacies.

Pedagogy.

Praxis.

Problem Posing.

To Groom.

To Name.

To Marginalize.

To School.

To Silence.

To Socialize.

Voice.

Looking Ahead For Your Thoughts and Language in Critical Pedagogy.

Practicing Pedagogy Patiently.

4. Critical Pedagogy: What in the World Do I Think It Is?

How I Came to These Understandings of Critical Pedagogy.

History Helps: Three Perspectives.

Practicing Pedagogy Patiently.

5. Critical Pedagogy: Where in the World Did It Come From?

The Latin Voice.

The European Voice.

The Eastern Voice.

The North American Voice.

Looking Ahead For New Leaders: You!

Practicing Pedagogy Patiently.

6. Critical Pedagogy: How in the World Do You Do It?

Thinking About Practice.

So How Do You Do Critical Pedagogy?

The Essence is in the Experience.

Popcorn.

Dialogue Journal.

Bloom's Taxonomies.

Teaching and Learning on the Desert.

Four Corners.

The Messenger and the Scribe.

Comprehending / Comprehension.

Problem Posing Activity: Literacy.

A Mess.

Looking Ahead for Elusive Methods.

Practicing Pedagogy Patiently: In the University.

7. Critical Pedagogy: How in the World Do You Do It With Families?

Models of Parental Involvement.

Family Graph.

Putting the Home Back in Homework.

Reflection to Action.

School Families.

A Library in the Community: Cow Jumped Over the Moon.

Electronic Communities of Families.

Galileo: Walking, Observing, Talking, and Recording.

Practicing Pedagogy Patiently.

8. Critical Pedagogy: Why In The World Does It Matter?

Students of the Twenty-First Century.

The Pedagogy of a Caring Heart and Critical Eyes.

Pedagogy of Courage and Patience.

Time. Time. Time.

From Buttercup to Power.

Teachers Taught Me, Too.

Now Here is the Point.

To Make a Difference.

Looking Ahead For More Elusive Answers.

Practicing Pedagogy Patiently.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780205418183
Subtitle:
Notes from the Real World
Author:
Wink, Joan
Publisher:
Allyn & Bacon
Subject:
Teaching Methods & Materials - General
Subject:
Aims & Objectives
Copyright:
Edition Number:
3
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Publication Date:
November 2004
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
College/higher education:
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
216
Dimensions:
9.22x7.08x.57 in. .95 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , This text is an accessible analysis of critical pedagogy and articulates multiple ways of applying its principles in various contexts. This powerful analysis of the often difficult rhetoric of critical pedagogy argues that critical pedagogy opens the door to a broader and deeper perspective on teaching and learning in the classroom and the community. The text strongly encourages teachers to continuously adapt teaching beliefs and strategies to meet the needs of today's classrooms. Critical Pedagogy, 3/e, offers thoughtful examination of the theoretical models of critical pedagogy in an engaging, understandable writing style.
"Synopsis" by ,

This text is an accessible analysis of critical pedagogy that articulates multiple ways of applying its principles in various contexts. Critical Pedagogy, Fourth Edition, offers thoughtful examination of the theoretical models of critical pedagogy in an engaging, understandable writing style.

 

In this edition, the author maintains the strengths of a clear, engaging writing style with first-person narrative and lucid explanations of key concepts, which makes critical pedagogy more meaningful for students to learn and instructors to teach. This powerful and accessible analysis of the often difficult rhetoric of critical pedagogy argues that critical pedagogy opens the door to a broader and deeper perspective on teaching and learning in the classroom and the community. The text strongly encourages teachers to continuously adapt teaching beliefs and strategies to meet the needs of today's classrooms. The ongoing cultural critique, which links the chapters, challenges readers to think more deeply.

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