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DECOLONIZING PEDAGOGY IN THE AMERICAN CLASSROOM

@inproceedings{Buttaro2010DECOLONIZINGPI,
  title={DECOLONIZING PEDAGOGY IN THE AMERICAN CLASSROOM},
  author={L. Buttaro},
  year={2010}
}
  • L. Buttaro
  • Published 2010
  • Political Science
  • The decolonizing pedagogy proposed in this paper sets out to assist students to actively reflect, critique and work against the existing forms of discrimination and exploitation in the United States while simultaneously preparing them for the concrete exigencies of its educational and/or professional spaces. It understands that the dominant curricular design, instructional practice, and forms of assessment in schools function to sustain and reproduce neocolonial domination, capitalist… CONTINUE READING
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