Teaching Community: A Pedagogy of Hope

@inproceedings{Hooks2003TeachingCA,
  title={Teaching Community: A Pedagogy of Hope},
  author={Bell Hooks},
  year={2003}
}
Preface: Teaching and Living in Hope 1. The Will to Learn: The World as Classroom 2. Time Out: Classrooms without Boundaries 3. Talking Race and Racism 4. Democratic Education 5. What Happens When White People Change 6. Standards 7. How Can We Serve 8. Moving beyond Shame 9. Keepers of Hope: Teaching in Communities 10. Progressive Learning: A Family Value 11. Heart to Heart: Teaching with Love 12. Good Sex: Passionate Pedagogy 13. Spirituality in Education 14. This Is Our Life: Teaching toward… 
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