Critical Pedagogy: Education in the Practice of Freedom


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Critical Pedagogy Education in the Practice of Freedom


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Origins, Methods & Aims


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The “Banking” Model


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Dialogue & Consciousness-raising


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PraxiS (Theory + Action + Reflection)


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Critical Pedagogy in Libraries A growing movement


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Critical Pedagogy & library instruction


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Critical Pedagogy & librarians


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Critical Pedagogy & librarianship


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#CritLib & CLAPS2016 “Reading Freire for First World Librarians” by Joshua Beatty “A Decade of Critical Information Literacy” by Eamon Tewell Some names to know: Troy Swanson, Nicole Pagowsky, Jenna Freedman, April Hatchcock, Emily Drabinski… and so many more!


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Champlain College’s Approach to Critical Pedagogy


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Inquiry-based, sequential, Fully-embedded Information Literacy program


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Assessment of 1st Year Assignments showed confusion with Primary Sources


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Primary Source = My Main Source


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A lesson to engage & introduce elements of Critical Information Literacy


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COR 280 – Colonialism & Western Identity


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Highlighting issues of injustice, racism, prejudice, & inequality in information landscapes


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Real World INFORMATION LITERACY


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Whose voice is missing?


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2016 – Forthcoming ACRL book on Critical Pedagogy & Library Instruction


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Sean Leahy, Instruction & Learning Assessment Librarian Alan Carbery, Associate Library Director [email protected] @champlib [email protected] @acarbery


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#CritLib & CLAPS2016 “Reading Freire for First World Librarians” by Joshua Beatty “A Decade of Critical Information Literacy” by Eamon Tewell Some names to know: Troy Swanson, Nicole Pagowsky, Jenna Freedman, April Hatchcock, Emily Drabinski… and so many more! Primary Sources from The Internet Archive – http://www.archive.org


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