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Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Education for freedom: describe this concept and practice. Defend it or oppose it.

Integration of schools. Cite benefits and criticisms of this.

Implementation in pedagogy: why is participation so important in pedagogy?

What are your favorite ways to improve teaching that you have learned in this book? Give at least one reason why you favor them.

Why is transgression used as a teaching tool?

Are you a minority in any way, within the context of this culture? If so, what is it and how has it affected you?

Which is your favorite chapter/essay? Explain why if you can.

Why is it so important that women develop feminist theories?

Do you feel your race plays into what you view as the top priorities of the women's movement? Explain your answer.

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