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Pedagogy of the Oppressed note

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by Nalin Tutiyaphu... -

It's not an easy reading book for me but this book kept me going on and on, I can't stop reading this.

"To achieve this praxis, however, it is necessary to trust in the oppressed and in their ability to reason. Whoever lacks this trust will fail to initiate (or will abandon) dialogue, reflection and communication, and will fall into using slogans, communiques, nomologues, and instrucionis. superficial conversions to the cause of liberation carry this danger."

Mindstorms and me as a teacher

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by Nalin Tutiyaphu... -

I like when Seymour explain about the process to develop his writing as the analogy to new perspective to look at learning. The first 'unacceptable draft' that leads to revision with 'critical  eyes' and kind of self-assessment and develop work from feedback into presentable form, these steps made me look at the learning process in the different way. Looking at the mistakes as the opportunity to learn and develop not just for marking as failures  is really the key change.  

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