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One of the pedagogical struggles often articulated by critical pedagogists is that the oppressed student does not always understand the ways in which oppression has become part of their everyday lives (Giroux, 1983).
Each caption must include at least the following 4 clearly labeled sections: (a) a definitive or representative title, (b) the date defining the clip--not the date it was captioned, (c) the element of culture, and (d) critical reflection--interpretation of possible implications for your role as a culturally sensitive and responsible educator--this separates student activity from the behavior of a reflective pedagogist who seeks opportunities to grow professionally.
A pedagogist has survived the rigors of self-overcoming and can appreciate the progress of the learner.
Not many authors have got themselves involved with the existential implications of wonder: among them, I would like to point out Jean Guitton who, despite the fact that he was no pedagogist, dealt with the relation between education and wonder in his treatise on thought and the "art of thinking" written in 1946.
As a culturally responsible pedagogist committed to social justice, my hope would be that these resources will shine a light on the bricks and mortar used in the early foundations of human relations in this nation and in the building of a national identity, parts of the structure that seem to be missing in the story of American history often told in our classrooms.
Sonja Rutar is a Pedagogist and Sociologist at Educational Research Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Through a multi-disciplinary collaboration between industry, researchers, psychologists, pedagogists and teaching professionals, ProsocialLearn will address complex factors associated with child development and advanced ICT in school curricula.
Her study on aesthetics is openly phenomenological and is based on pedagogists of phenomenological origin as Marco Dallari, Vanna Iori and Piero Bertolini, without excluding references to Edmund Husserl and Maurice Merleau-Ponty, or to sympathizers of phenomenology as Francisco Varela and Vittorio Gallese.
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This perspective has had a pedagogical impact on current views in education in that many education pedagogists believe that, sustainable learning is achieved when information, be it musical or otherwise, is presented in a language and context to which children can relate.