Paulo Freire and the Bankruptcy of A Banking Concept in Education

This week I began to re-familiarize myself with the Brazilian educator/philosopher/liberation theologian Paolo Freire.  I checked out Pedagogy of the Oppressed from a local library.  I became aware of Freire’s philosophy indirectly by reading various books related to ethics and justice in one of my graduate programs.  If memory serves me correctly, Bruce Birch’s book, [...]

New Content

At SBL, I was conversing with a few bibliobloggers about language acquisition and we began to discuss visual images as aids for understanding.  At the request of a few, I am placing a few images that I have worked on in a new tab on this blog, called resources.  Feel free to check them out [...]