Critical discussion of your personal philosophy of education

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This must be a critical discussion of your personal philosophy of education br /
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Whilst an important part of this assignment is that you should feel able to express your own beliefs and assert what you think about education, it is also important that you engage with a range of theories and approaches. You may choose to partially or wholly agree or disagree with others, but this assignment should demonstrate that you can engage in a dialogue about your ideas.br /
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Structure should be as followsbr /
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Should all educators be social pedagogues?br /
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What are the key elements of social pedagogy that appeal to you in an educational context? Why? br /
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What does it look like in practice? Where does it happen? Who does it? How does it relate to your experience? br /
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What are the weaknesses of social pedagogy? br /
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What are the constraints which limit the extent to which social pedagogy happens? br /
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Conclusion... Is there a difference between could and should? How will this impact on your own practice as an educator? br /
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Please use at 15 references from belowbr /
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I need the work to have small quotes from the readings in the text and for it to be referenced beside in the text in harvard referencing style.br /
it has to be a CRITICAL discussion and your beliefsbr /
can you please use friere and deweys theories along with crick you have the readings belowbr /
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it is also important to include a bibliography in Harvard referencing style in the end you can use the website can I please have the assignment in simple English UK writing. and double spaced. Please also follow the instructions i have included in the power point. br /
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Freire Reading (1) Chapter 3 in Beck, D. and Purcell, R. (2010) Popular education practice for youth and community development work, Exeter, Learning Mattersbr /
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Freire Reading (2): Jackson, S. (2007) Freire Re-Viewed, Educational Theory, 57 (2), pp.199-213br /
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Freire Reading (3): Gibson, R. (1999) Paolo Freire and Pedagogy for Social Justice, Theory and Research in Social Education, 27 (2), pp. 129-59br /
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Alinsky Reading (1) Alinsky, S. (1971) Rules for Radicals: A practical primer for realistic radicals, New York: Random Housebr /
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Alinsky Reading (2) Goldblatt, E. (2005) Alinskys Reveille: A Community-Organizing Model for Neighborhood-Based Literacy Project, College English, 67 (3), pp. 274-95br /
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Alred, G. , Bryam, M. and Fleming, M. (Eds 2006) Intercultural Citizenship: Concepts and Comparisons. Cleveden: Multilingual Mattersbr /
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Apple, M. and Beane, J [eds] (1999), Democratic Schools: Lessons from the Chalk Face Buckingham :OU Pressbr /
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Bourdieu, P. and Passeron, J-C., (1990), Reproduction in Education, Society and Culture, London: Sagebr /
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Carr, W. and Harnett, A. (1996), Education and the Struggle for Democracy: the politics of educational ideas, Buckingham: OUPbr /
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Cameron, C. And Moss, P., (2011), Social Pedagogy and Working with Children and Young People: where care and education meet, London: Jessica Kingsleybr /
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Chapman, T.K. and Hobbel, N., (2010), Social Justice Pedagogy Across the Curriculum: the practice of freedom, Abingdon: Routledgebr /
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Freire, P., (2004), Pedagogy of Hope: reliving Pedagogy of the oppressed, London: Continuumbr /
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Fullan, M., (2001), Leading in a Culture of Change, New York: Jossey-Bassbr /
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Giroux, H., (2001), Theory and Resistance in Education: towards a pedagogy for the opposition, Westport, Conn.: Bergin and Garveybr /
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Issa, T. and Williams, C., (2009), Realising Potential: complementary schools in the UK, Stoke-on-Trent: Trenthambr /
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Lave, J. and Wenger, E., (1991), Situated Learning: legitimate peripheral participation, Cambridge: CUPbr /
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Osler, A. (ed) (2000) Citizenship and Democracy in Schools: diversity, identity, equality, Stoke on Trent: Trenthambr /
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Parekh, B., (2000), The future of multi-ethnic Britain : the Parekh Report, London: Profilebr /
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Petrie, P., (2011), Communication Skills for Working with Children and Young People: introducing Social Pedagogy, London: Jessica Kingsleybr /
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Robbins, C.G., (ed.)(2006), The Giroux Reader, London: Paradigm Publishersbr /
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Sadovnik, A.R., (2007), Sociology of Education: a critical reader, New York: Routledgebr /
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Williams, R., (1989), A?a ¬A Towards a Common CultureA?a ¬A? in Resources of Hope, London: Polity