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From traditional to critical: embracing critical pedagogy in instructional design

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Paper delivered during LILAC 2016 in Dublin, Ireland, March 2016. This paper explores the use of critical pedagogy in information literacy instruction using practical examples and approaches.

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From traditional to critical: embracing critical pedagogy in instructional design

  1. 1. From Traditional toCriticalEmbracing Critical Pedagogy in Instructional Design Sean Leahy & Alan Carbery, Champlain College, Vermont, USA
  2. 2. Methods & Aims Origins,
  3. 3. The “Banking” Model
  4. 4. Dialogue & Consciousness-raising
  5. 5. PraxiS(Theory + Action + Reflection)
  6. 6. Critical Pedagogy in Libraries A growing movement
  7. 7. Critical Pedagogy & libraryinstruction
  8. 8. Critical Pedagogy & librarians
  9. 9. Critical Pedagogy & librarianship
  10. 10. Champlain College’s Approach to CriticalPedagogy
  11. 11. Inquiry-based,sequential, FULLY-embedded Information Literacy program
  12. 12. A chance to engage & introduce elements of Critical Information Literacy
  13. 13. Contributors to the development of integrative, program-level SIGNATURE COURSES
  14. 14. Real WorldINFORMATION LITERACY
  15. 15. RethinkingPrimary Sources
  16. 16. Highlighting issues of injustice,racism, prejudice, &inequality in information landscapes
  17. 17. Whose voice ismissing?
  18. 18. Exploring issues of gender discrimination in SCIENCE
  19. 19. How has SOCIALMEDIA transformed efforts for SOCIALJUSTICE?
  20. 20. Using our Community Professionto impact our
  21. 21. 2016– ForthcomingACRL book Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook
  22. 22. Sean Leahy, Instruction & Learning Assessment Librarian Alan Carbery, Associate Library Director sleahy@champlain.edu acarbery@champlain.edu @champlib @acarbery

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