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Critical Teaching and Everyday Life

Buzz Alexander
2019 Radical Teacher  
This Teaching Note describes Ira Shor's work developing Freirian pedagogy for the college classroom and the use of his book in a graduate course for teachers.  ...  This book is the most substantial available presentation of methods for transferring Paulo Freire's pedagogy from the third to the first world.  ...  This journal is published by the University Library System of the University of Pittsburgh as part of its D-Scribe Digital Publishing Program, and is cosponsored by the University of Pittsburgh Press.  ... 
doi:10.5195/rt.2019.567 fatcat:2rdjf6wmdrcuraanll5tqgb744

Existe diversidade de letramento digital sem reflexão crítica sobre a leitura?

Gustavo Saldanha, Amanda Salomão
2021 The International Review of Information Ethics  
manifested in digital networks.  ...  The theoretical approach adopted in this paper finds inspiration in the works of Paulo Freire and Nicolas Roubakine on the acts of reading as a mode of interaction between individuals and their environments  ...  years ago, helps us think more objectively about Freire's project in Latin America.  ... 
doi:10.29173/irie413 fatcat:haciad2lyra5bcgkygyqck756a

Critical digital pedagogy and cultural sensitivity in the library classroom: Infographics and digital storytelling

Myra Waddell, Elena Clariza
2018 College & research libraries news  
However, little has been written about how digital tools can support critical information literacy and critical pedagogy specifically in library instruction.  ...  Additionally, many librarians incorporate these tools into their own teaching in the information literacy classroom.  ...  The project was a collaborative effort of the UHM Filipino Language and Literature Program (FLLP), Hamilton Library, and the Ifiallig people of Barlig, Philippines.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crln.79.5.228 fatcat:4o7oz5lcsfgpjgz2lpieaoelwy

Learning in Diverse Educational Contexts: Bringing Social Justice when Designing Culturally Rich Learning Experiences in Brazil

Vivian Martins
2021 Journal of Applied Instructional Design  
The study takes place in the context of a course offered to in-service teachers by the Federal Institute of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. Fifty-two educators participated in this study.  ...  The methodology used is known as research-training in cyberculture.  ...  In Table 2 , we relate these forms of awareness with Paulo Freire's studies and highlight the three subsumption notions that became most significant for the researchers.  ... 
doi:10.51869/104/vma fatcat:yhuzngiy6fdz3fnqnoqjcrqy5u

Cultural coding and de-coding as ways of participation

Edith Ackermann, Francoise Decortis, Juan Pablo Hourcade, Heidi Schelhowe
2009 Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children - IDC '09  
To conclude, we draw from Paulo Freire's "pedagogy of the oppressed" as a framework to rethink some of the prerequisites that may help marginalized youth to find their voices while, at the same time, not  ...  As organizers of the IDC 2009 workshop on "Digital Technologies and Marginalized Youth: Reducing the Gap", our focus is on the empowerment and successful integration of marginalized youth.  ...  As a very first approach we took a closer look at Paulo Freire's "pedagogy of the oppressed" [8] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/1551788.1551864 dblp:conf/acmidc/AckermannDHS09 fatcat:forgikztkvgrnlnd4dque56lc4

Questioning the Past and Possible Futures: Digital Historiography and Critical Librarianship

Heidi L.M. Jacobs, Cal Murgu
2017 Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies  
Digital historical projects are transformative endeavors that attempt to negotiate and navigate the past and articulate these possible futures.  ...  Drawing on the foundational ideas of critical librarianship to "intervene in and disrupt" structural inequities and on examples from digital historiography, we argue for a more robust role for librarians  ...  It is worth keeping Freire's cautions in mind as we apply his ideas to our work in libraries: "It is impossible to export pedagogical practices without reinventing them.  ... 
doi:10.24242/jclis.v1i1.14 fatcat:j6linc6sarclzb5o422f6crqey

Paulo Freire e o valor da igualdade em educação

Walter Omar Kohan
2019 Educação e Pesquisa  
Resumo O presente trabalho busca elucidar o sentido filosófico da igualdade afirmada por Paulo Freire como condição de uma educação libertadora para a qual aceitar e respeitar a diferença também é outra  ...  Em outra seção, os ideais de Jacotot e os de Paulo Freire são contrastados, destacando os aspectos comuns e as diferenças, tanto em suas vidas quanto em seus pensamentos educacionais.  ...  Still, as Rancière suggests, the difference rests upon a common point: "There thus exists a distance between Jacotot's project of intellectual emancipation and movements like Freire's.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s1678-4634201945201600 fatcat:win7wrtee5ewxctu4o5enn5c7u

Teaching for Justice: Implementing Social Justice in the LIS Classroom

LaVerne Gray
2018 ˜The œInternational journal of information, diversity, & inclusion  
, privacy, and the digital universe.  ...  Following the tradition of Paulo Freire's Pedagogy of the Oppressed (2000) , the text contributors emulate praxis, the embodiment of theory to practice, in a variety of LIS educational environments.  ... 
doi:10.33137/ijidi.v2i3.32197 fatcat:ps62anw4yrdfncokiekwkxaoou

Where Information Society and Community Voice Intersect

Ramesh Srinivasan
2006 The Information Society  
The prospect of a global digital library presents several opportunities.  ...  PEDAGOGY AND THE COMMUNITY VOICE Paulo Freire's theory reveals the potential of engaging in informatioln and communication technology (ICT) development efforts that release the authorship and classificatory  ... 
doi:10.1080/01972240600904324 fatcat:fuoxzo72infhtjnrfqqliwkhfe

Photovoice: A participatory method for information science

Lisa M. Given, Anna Opryshko, Heidi Julien, Jorden Smith
2011 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
Photovoice has emerged from the fields of health and community assessment studies as a photo elicitation technique that facilitates participant involvement at all stages of the research process.  ...  The poster highlights how this research method can be employed in research practices across the field of information science with a focus on studies of individuals' use of, and engagement with technology  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This research is supported by a grant from the Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund, University of Alberta.  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.2011.14504801209 fatcat:bcssqf6as5holje4ngpyjckvmy

Critical Literacy – Open Values, Imaginary Rationalities

Mario Hibert
2014 Colloquia Humanistica  
For that reason, I argue for denunciation of information literacy models through the lenses of Paolo Freire's concept of a banking model of education, hacktivism, as well as Samek's argument that "there  ...  The latter should encompass advocacy of critical media, literacy and ethics as the core components for socially responsible production and distribution of information in the new public domain: Internet  ...  for an ongoing project dealing with literacy of today.  ... 
doi:10.11649/ch.2014.012 fatcat:eiovkbwzz5eznn2dj22egdp5au

Understanding Critical Information Literacy through Social Epistemology

Martin I. Nord
2019 Canadian Journal of Academic Librarianship  
the information literacy aspects of the social epistemology stream in the field of philosophy.  ...  The concept of social epistemology—the study of the ways in which an individual's knowledge is shaped by their interactions with the world around them—has long been part of epistemology.  ...  Much of the LIS literature that examines information literacy from a critical theory perspective draws on Paulo Freire's work on liberation pedagogy.  ... 
doi:10.33137/cjal-rcbu.v5.28630 fatcat:24ygxrx4ybetdf3utih22xwrne

Silences and Double Binds: Why the Theories of John Dewey and Paulo Freire Cannot Contribute to Revitalizing the Commons

C. A. Bowers
2006 Capitalism Nature Socialism  
Paulo Freire that were overlooked by earlier followers and critics.  ...  The growing awareness that the rate and nature of change in the world's cultures is not sustainable by the Earth's ecosystems now makes it possible to ask questions about certain ideas of John Dewey and  ...  project of neoliberal globalization.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10455750600874563 fatcat:h2xr3brge5bzlaqgwd6cr2rn2a

Pedagogies of Possibility Within the Disciplines: Critical Information Literacy and Literatures in English

Heidi Jacobs
2014 Communications in Information Literacy  
information literacy in the disciplines.  ...  This article discusses how information literacy work in literatures in English could engage students and librarians in the act of collective problemposing about the discipline.  ...  Digital projects and social media are making it increasingly possible for literatures in English students to actively participate in the work of literary history and to engage in the pressing literary  ... 
doi:10.15760/comminfolit.2014.8.2.166 fatcat:vyutbo6klndjlbkha4ggklxzei

Culture of Silence, Professional Identity and the Educator: A State of the Question

2020 Research on Humanities and Social Sciences  
Among other sources, the most important are the directories named Thesis and Dissertations Bank of the Coordinating Agency for Advanced Training of Graduate Personnel (CAPES), the Brazilian Digital Library  ...  The methodology adopted at this stage was the qualitative research, resorting to the State of the Question, with a survey, review and deep bibliographical data analysis of the data, based on Freire's studies  ...  Digital Brazilian Library of Theses and Dissertations (BDTD) Prepared by the author of the study.  ... 
doi:10.7176/rhss/10-16-01 fatcat:btzrbnfdxjgplhs24ob6bavvbm
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