Pedagogy Bites #1: The Development of Critical Pedagogy
The Changing Mindsets Project has been taking place at UAL throughout this academic year (2017-18).
In these bite size videos Vikki Hill is in conversation with Dr Gurnam Singh, discussing key learning and teaching concepts in relation to academic achievement.
Pedagogy Bites #1 discusses how critical pedagogy has developed through the perspective of political and philosophical educational theory. Dr Singh explains why this is of relevance to universities for addressing differential outcomes for students.
*Please use subtitles as sound levels are quiet*
Vikki Hill is UAL Project Associate for Changing Mindsets and UAL Associate Lecturer, Thinking Teaching: An Introduction to Teaching in Higher Education
Dr Gurnam Singh is Principal Lecturer in Social Work at Coventry University and Visiting Fellow in Race and Education at UAL
- For more information on the Changing Mindset Project at UAL: http://mindsets.port.ac.uk/?p=1017
- For more information on Inclusive Attainment at UAL: http://www.arts.ac.uk/about-ual/teach…
- For more articles by Dr Gurnam Singh: https://coventry.academia.edu/DrGurna…
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