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Luciano Ferrer

Henry Giroux: su visión educativa en diez puntos - 0 views

    "Henry Giroux es un profesor y estudioso estadounidense, pionero en el campo de la pedagogía crítica. Sus teorías se basan en la importancia de que las estrategias didácticas promuevan el pensamiento crítico del alumno y tengan en cuenta un contexto de democracia, justicia social, poder, cultura y comunidad. Te explicamos cuál es la visión de Giroux sobre la educación actual y su defensa de la pedagogía como instrumento para educar a mejores personas y, en último término, para crear una sociedad mejor donde proliferen los verdaderos valores democráticos. "
Luciano Ferrer

Educated Hope in Dark Times: The Challenge of the Educator-Artist as a Public Intellectual - 0 views

    "... Reclaiming pedagogy as a form of educated and militant hope begins with the crucial recognition that education is not solely about job training and the production of ethically challenged entrepreneurial subjects and that artistic production does not only have to serve market interests, but are also about matters of civic engagement and literacy, critical thinking, and the capacity for democratic agency, action, and change. It is also inextricably connected to the related issues of power, inclusion, and social responsibility.[2] If young people, artists, and other cultural workers are to develop a deep respect for others, a keen sense of the common good, as well as an informed notion of community engagement, pedagogy must be viewed as a cultural, political, and moral force that provides the knowledge, values, and social relations to make such democratic practices possible. In this instance, pedagogy needs to be rigorous, self-reflective, and committed not to the dead zone of instrumental rationality but to the practice of freedom and liberation for the most vulnerable and oppressed, to a critical sensibility capable of advancing the parameters of knowledge, addressing crucial social issues, and connecting private troubles into public issues. Any viable notion of critical pedagogy must overcome the image of education as purely instrumental, as dead zones of the imagination, and sites of oppressive discipline and imposed conformity. ..."
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