Tuesday, September 2, 2014

9-2-14 the becoming radical | A Place for a Pedagogy of Kindness

the becoming radical | A Place for a Pedagogy of Kindness (the public and scholarly writing by P. L. Thomas, Furman University):





remnant 63: “I stopped believing in beautiful words, beautiful slogans, and beautiful theories”
remnant 63: “I stopped believing in beautiful words, beautiful slogans, and beautiful theories”.

Beyond Caricatures: On Dewey, Freire, and Direct Instruction (Again)
A former colleague while we both taught high school in rural South Carolina, Ed Welchel, and I addressed [1] the continuing importance of both John Dewey and Paulo Freire, despite the decrease in requirements for education philosophy in certification and degree programs, in “The Practitioner Has No Clothes: Resisting Practice Divorced from Philosophy in Teacher Education and the Classroom” for Kin

It’s Time to Stop Treating Black and Brown Kids Like ‘Other People’s Children’ | Alternet
It’s Time to Stop Treating Black and Brown Kids Like ‘Other People’s Children’ | Alternet




9-1-14 the becoming radical | A Place for a Pedagogy of Kindness
the becoming radical | A Place for a Pedagogy of Kindness (the public and scholarly writing by P. L. Thomas, Furman University): remnant 62: “I was a worker”remnant 62: “I was a worker”.2 by plthomasedd / 36min 8-31-14 the becoming radical | A Place for a Pedagogy of Kindnessthe becoming radical | A Place for a Pedagogy of Kindness (the public and scholarly writing by P. L. Thomas, Furman Universi

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