Justice

Monday Meditation: On Good Education as Problem-Posing

"Banking education resists dialogue; problem-posing education regards dialogue as indispensable to the act of cognition which unveils reality. Banking education treats students as objects of assistance; problem-posing education makes them critical thinkers. Banking education inhibits creativity and domesticates (although it cannot completely destroy) the intentionality of consciousness by isolating consciousness from the world, thereby denying… Continue reading Monday Meditation: On Good Education as Problem-Posing

Humans of Cortina, Justice

Photo Friday: Pedagogy of the Oppressed

This photo comes to us from a dear Alumnus Mike Rios in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Check out his blog about his year-long journey with Rostro de Cristo here. "The more radical the person is, the more fully he or she enters into reality so that, knowing it better, he or she can transform it. This individual… Continue reading Photo Friday: Pedagogy of the Oppressed