Liberation Pedagogy

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  • More commonly known as critical pedagogy, it is based on the theory of Paulo Freire. He rejects the principle of neutrality in education by advocating teaching and learning processes focused on the formation of nonoppressive democratic culture (see Darder, Baltodano, & Torres, 2003). Essential to this task is the explicit development of critical conscience (conscientization), whereby individuals come to understand and overcome both personal and societal oppression (see Wilson, 2007).

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