Pedagogy of the oppressed

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Pedagogy of the oppressed is one of the best books I have read this summer. This is a book review of sorts, though I do not highlight all aspects of the book. I only make reference to chapter 2.

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  • Belissima percepção sobre o assunto.

    Uma abordagem construtivista da educação deve ser ser exatada como alternativa viavel para o crescimento humano.
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Pedagogy of the oppressed

  1. The Banking concept of Education.
  2. Takeaways & Quotes From Paulo Freire’s book (Chapter 2) A presentation by Jorge Madrid, Founder, Edutechnia.org “To the oppressed, and to those who suffer with them and fight at their side.” Paulo Freire
  3. In the banking concept of education, knowledge is a gift bestowed by those who consider themselves knowledgeable upon those whom they consider to know nothing. Edutechnia.org
  4. Education thus becomes an act of depositing, in which the students are the depositories and the teacher is the depositor. Edutechnia.org
  5. The teachers makes deposits which the students patiently receive, memorize, and repeat. Edutechnia.org
  6. It is not surprising that the banking concept of education regards men as adaptable, manageable beings. Edutechnia.org
  7. The more students work at storing the deposits entrusted to them, the less they develop the critical thinking skills. Edutechnia.org
  8. The more completely they accept the passive role imposed on them, the less creative they become. Edutechnia.org
  9. Attitudes and practices in the banking education concept: Edutechnia.org
  10. The teacher teaches and Edutechnia.org
  11. the students are taught; Edutechnia.org
  12. The teacher knows everything and Edutechnia.org
  13. the students know nothing; Edutechnia.org
  14. The teacher thinks and the students are thought about; Edutechnia.org
  15. The teacher talks and the students listen –meekly; Edutechnia.org
  16. I must be quiet in class. I must be quiet in class. I must be quiet in class. I must be quiet in class. The teacher disciplines and the students are disciplined; Edutechnia.org
  17. The teachers chooses and enforces her choice, and the students comply;
  18. The teacher acts and the students have the illusion of acting through the action of the teacher. Edutechnia.org
  19. The teachers chooses the program content, and the students (who were not consulted) adapt to it; Edutechnia.org
  20. The teacher confuses the authority of knowledge with her own professional authority which she sets in opposition to the freedom of the students; Edutechnia.org
  21. The teacher is the Subject of the learning process, while the pupils are mere objects. Edutechnia.org
  22. The capability of banking education to minimize or annul the students’ creative power and to stimulate their credulity serves the interest of the oppressors, who care neither to have the world revealed nor to see it transform. Edutechnia.org
  23. Sooner or later students may perceive the contradiction in which banking education seeks to maintain them, and then engaged themselves in the struggle for their liberation. Edutechnia.org
  24. But the humanist, revolutionary educator cannot wait for this possibility to materialize. Edutechnia.org
  25. From the outset, her efforts must coincide with those of the students to engage in critical thinking and the quest for mutual humanization. Edutechnia.org
  26. His efforts must be imbue with a profound trust in people and their creative power. Edutechnia.org
  27. To achieve this, teachers must be partners of the students in their relation with them. Edutechnia.org
  28. Education must begin with the solution of the teacher- student contradiction so that both are simultaneously teachers and students. Edutechnia.org
  29. Reference: The Continuum International Publishing Group Inc
  30. Images: Microsoft Office Online Image on Slide 1, and 9 http://www.asu.edu/clas/shs/aald/Pix/Thinking%20Man.jpg Learn more about us at: Slideshare.net/jamadrid Contact: jamadrid@yahoo.com jmadrid@edutechnia.org

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