Teaching For Social Justice : Teachers Inquire Into Their Practice

  title={Teaching For Social Justice : Teachers Inquire Into Their Practice},
  author={Gabriella Minnes Brandes and Deirdre M. Kelly},
Over the years, each of us has been engaged in various teaching and research projects that focus on social justice concerns. Teaching with social justice at its heart highlights the importance of the teacher’s role in imagining and working towards a more equitable society. We began to talk about (to echo Tripp) our “own sense of justice and equality” some years ago. The occasion for our conversation was the desire to start a cohort-based teacher education program that centred on teaching for… CONTINUE READING

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