Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Here the author writes about pedagogy itself. The need to combine theory with practice is definitely addressed. Here, dialogue is listed as one of the most important ways that students and teachers can help to implement improved strategies. The two of them also converse regarding a philosophical issue. Asserting holistic presence, in opposition to the 'idea' and attitude of dualism - a mind/body dichotomy is shared by them. The presence of the teacher in the classroom is important. The entirety of the teacher is meaningful. At the same time, both of these people also readily admit that for them it was important subjectively that their personal identity was not bound up with their work as teachers. There are implications both about educational needs and about the practices involved. She expresses that one problem is when works by blacks or women are included but without...

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