Liberating Learning: Educational Change as Social Movement

1st Edition

Santiago Rincón-Gallardo

April 3, 2019 Forthcoming
Reference - 144 Pages - 5 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781138491762 - CAT# K350073
Series: Routledge Leading Change Series

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This book is about three complimentary ideas: learning is a practice of freedom; liberating learning in public education requires widespread cultural change in classrooms, schools, and entire education systems; social movements have been the most powerful vehicles for widespread cultural change, and in their logic of operation lie the keys to liberate learning. Drawing on existing knowledge and new research on educational change, the author offers nine principles of action to liberate learning in schools and across entire educational systems. Topics discussed include teacher and student interactions in the classroom, interactions between policy and practice, collective action for pedagogical transformation, and leadership practices to liberate learning. Written for educators and leaders interested in transforming teaching and learning in classrooms and schools, as well as for public intellectuals and people interested in widespread pedagogical change, the book articulates a new way to think about and pursue educational change.


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