By Greg Wiggan
This booklet offers significant views at the dynamics of strength and privilege in schooling. The authors supply options and coverage issues which are geared toward expanding social justice in schooling and enhancing scholar functionality and pupil results.
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Starting with Young Learners 25 Bourke, R. T. (2008). First graders and fairy tales: One teacher‘s action research of critical literacy. The Reading Teacher, 62(4), 304-312. Browne, A. (1998). Voices in the park. New York: DK Pub. , & Himler, R. (1991). Fly away home. New York: Clarion Books. , Hammel, J. & Pomeroy, K. (2007). Young children, social issues, and critical literacy: Stories of teachers and researchers. Young Children, 62(1), 73-81. Cambourne, B. (2002). The conditions of learning: Is learning natural?
This first-hand experience allowed students to engage in conversations about what it is like to be hungry and not have food, or to need clothes, shoes, and shelter. Many of the discussions reflected the realities of the children‘s daily lives. Rather than accept the dismal situations they faced as acceptable, students learned to recognize the unjust social and political covenants that perpetuated their lifestyles of poverty. 24 Crystal Glover and Katie Stover Other studies of significance in regards to using critical literacy with young children include: Vasquez‘s Negotiating Critical Literacies with Young Children (2004), Hefferman & Lewison‘s (2003) study on Reconstructing Kid Culture in the Writer’s Workshop, and O‘Brien‘s (2001) Children Reading Critically: A Local History.
Principle one refers to the significant role that power plays in the transformation process. This principle invites readers to not only recognize the power that authors employ in creating texts, but to utilize their own powers in reflecting on issues of importance and taking action to alleviate the ills that result from unfair policy and practice (Cummins & Sayers, 1995). Principle #2 Critical literacy focuses on the problem and its complexity. Principle two supports the idea of problematizing (McLaughlin & Devoogd, 2004, p.
Power, Privilege and Education: Pedagogy, Curriculum and Student Outcomes (Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World) by Greg Wiggan