Monthly Archives: April 2019

Pass me my shield please.

“We can rebuild the entire system around passion instead of fear.” ~ Seth Godin Because if we want a better education system that doesn’t dictate from atop an ivory tower, we must build it ourselves, we must be ready for … Continue reading

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Critical Pedagogy and What it Means to Us

This post is collective effort on behalf of Corrie Besse, Matt Blair, Minh Duong, Kyunghee Kim, Cindy Klimaitis, and Samuel Sherry Critical pedagogy is a life-long, balanced, and transformative approach to teaching that nurtures understanding by integrating one’s passions with curiosity in an ever evolving, … Continue reading

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