‘Crack in the pavement’ : pedagogy as political and moral practice for educating culturally competent professionals

@inproceedings{McLaughlin2013CrackIT,
  title={‘Crack in the pavement’ : pedagogy as political and moral practice for educating culturally competent professionals},
  author={Juliana Mohok McLaughlin},
  year={2013}
}
This paper explores the reception of Indigenous perspectives and knowledges in university curricula and educators’ social responsibility to demonstrate cultural competency through their teaching and learning practices. Drawing on tenets of critical race theory, Indigenous standpoint theory and critical pedagogies, this paper argues that the existence of Indigenous knowledges in Australian university curricula and pedagogy demands personal and political activism (Dei, 2008) as it requires… CONTINUE READING

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