An overview of the two roles that often appear in group conflicts – mainstream and margins.
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Food for thought for activist educators, including a useful review of literature by and about Paulo Freire.
Experience and research indicate certain things that a facilitator should never do during a workshop. Peggy Sharp (National Staff Development Council)presents an overview of these in this article.
A powerful method for engaging participants in a process of becoming responsible learners, identifying strategies for maximising learning, and encouraging personal self-reflection.
David Reed (1981) Education for Building a People’s Movement, South End Press, Boston, MA. (excellent reading on ‘social education’)
The title and Mike’s extensive union and adult education background identifies this as a compulsory ‘gift to self’. And Mike delivers. Like his powerful ‘Defining the enemy’, this text gets straight to the point. Our mission, he says, is to help people become truly conscious, make up their own minds, develop morality and take control…
Social ecology addresses the burning question of how to apply ecological understanding to every aspect of our lives. The twenty-seven contributors, all of whom have directly or indirectly contributed to the teaching of social ecology in Australia and beyond, share their experiences in this “coming of age” anthology of keynote articles. These are of particular…