Freire says that education suffers from

Freire says that education suffers from - Freire says that...

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Freire says that education suffers from "narration sickness" as a result of the "banking concept of education." How would you recognize a class that is modeled on the banking concept of education? What would the teacher be doing? What would the student be doing? Have you ever been in such a classroom? What does Freire mean when he suggests that the banking concept of education can "minimize" or "annul" the student's creative power? Can you give an example from your own experience that supports this assertion? What does Freire mean when he argues that as a banker, the teacher's "role is to regulate the way the world 'enters into' the students"? Can you give an example of a class in which you were asked to accept the teacher's understanding of the world? Was this a good or bad experience? Why? In the article written by Freire, he discusses that education education suffers from "narration sickness" as a result of the "banking concept of education." What this translates to is that some teachers limit their student’s creative ability to learn. The banking method is where the
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