Philosophy of Education
What Do We Say When We Hear Faggot?
This article really got me to think about how educators can affect and mold young minds.
The type of behavior displayed by the children in the article is appalling. I belie
Danielle Kirby Philosophy of Education 4/8/13 Weekly Journal In Holding My Sister's Hand Bell Hooks explores why white women and black women have not come together in support of a combined feminist movement. She attributes this to a breakdown in communica
Danielle Kirby Philosophy of Education My Journal week 10 Disciplinary Decadence In the introduction to the book Lewis R. Gordon sets the stage for his philosophical argument he will be making throughout the book. The overarching theme of the book involve
Danielle Kirby Philosophy of Education Weekly Journal 4 2/18/13 In chapter three of Pedagogy of the Oppressed Paulo Freire describes the way in which we describe the world. According to Freire this is done through the word however he differentiates betwee
Danielle Kirby Philosophy of Education My Journal 3 2/11/13
The excerpt from Film, Politics, & Education raises interest pedagogy. It is a widely popularized notion that a majority of people in the United States receive a large portion of their informatio
Danielle Kirby Philosophy of Education Weekly Journal 2 2/4/13 In Pedagogy of the Oppressed Paulo Freire writes about the problem of dehumanization and then moves into how to create pedagogy for those who are oppressed. Freire defines dehumanization as "a
Danielle Kirby Philosophy of Education Dr. Isaac Weekly Journal 1 1/28/13 John Dewey in experience and education writes about just that. He writes about the new progressive philosophy of education presenting the problems it poses as well as compares it to
Danielle Kirby Philosophy of Education Weekly Journal 5 Bell Hooks Teaching in Communities 2/25/13 In this chapter of what I assume to be a larger book written by Bell Hooks she retells a conversation between Ron Scapp and herself. In this conversation th