Welcome to episode one of the Politics & Pedagogy Podcast. In this episode I explain how the podcast will work going forward, as well as celebrating passing 500 unique viewers.
On Tuesday 21st November, I was a participant in a fifteen minute interview for the Near Future Teaching Vox Pop event. During my session, the ‘Vox Pop’… Read more “Near Future Teaching Vox Pop”
This post was originally produced as a 500 word assignment for the Philosophy of Education course on the MSc Education at the University of Edinburgh. It received… Read more “(VI) What should education be for? (University Blog Post)”
I’m excited to announce that my blog post ‘(iv) Towards a New Radical Learning Network’ has been published over on Conter as a follow up to my… Read more “Supplemental (1)”
This coming Thursday, a classmate and I will be presenting on Chapter Two of Paulo Freire’s 1968 publication ‘Pedagogy of the Oppressed’ for my Philosophy of Education… Read more “(v) Freire and Pedagogy of the Oppressed”
On Thursday 9th November, I travelled through to the University of Glasgow for the ‘Shaping The Future – A New Radical Learning Network’ launch and networking event.… Read more “(iv) Towards A New Radical Learning Network”
Over the weekend I found a blog entry from August 2013 by Mark Carrigan (Digital Fellow at The Sociological Review), entitled ‘40 reasons why you should blog… Read more “(iii) Purpose of this Blog”
The Inaugural Session of the Postgraduate Discussion Group ( Moray House): A Short Reflection on the Thoughts of Paulo Freire Launched by myself as a way of… Read more “(ii) A Short Reflection on the Thoughts of Paulo Freire”