Writing, dancing and navel gazing: Examining the ins and outs of autoethnography. Sharing seeing: Exploring photo-elicitation with children in two different cultural contexts. In this context, I taught a wide variety of subjects including Social Studies, English, Health, Advisory, Art, Special Education. Waking each other: Reflections on hope from a teacher education classroom. As shown by Mezzatesta 1984 , both works helped create the image of the emperor Marcus Aurelius as the perfect prince to imitate, his image being used to elevate Spanish monarchs and noblemen. However, the relationship of both countries with Spain, the authors and texts place of origin, problematized the use of the image of Marcus Aurelius, being explicitly and implicitly connected with the veneration of Spanish monarchs.
About Paulo Freire's Intellectual Roots Paulo Freire's critical pedagogy has had a profound influence on contemporary progressive educators around the globe as they endeavor to rethink education for liberation and the creation of more humane global society. It has been compiled with the goal of fulfilling our responsibility to share with the next generation of educators our vision of the future, just as our predecessors and role models shared theirs with us. Dirty secrets and silent conversations: Exploring radical listening through embodied autoethnographic teaching. Indeed, where would we be without the vision we have been freely given to us from great scholars, philosophers, and artists, as well as our own teachers, friends, neighbors, and family? October 3, 2013 Ali-Khan, C. The role of academic discourse in minority students' academic assimilation. Shaken and stirred: On coming to critical praxis.
American Secondary Education, 42 1 24-41 Ali-Khan, C. A review of Key Works in Critical Pedagogy: Joe L. Editorial Journal Board member: Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy. Seeing what we mean: Visual knowledge and critical epistemology. We are indebted to carry forward the legacy of these torchbearers to present and future educators.
I also taught in inner city New York City high schools for two decades. University of North Florida, March, 5, 2018. Exploring issues of diversity and the ways that ideological and theoretical frameworks in both k-12 curricula and in cultural educational spaces work to shape the ways that we understand and consequently, treat those whom we consider to be others. Exploring new languages and finding new voices: Critical possibilities in international image-based projects with children. My undergraduate degree was in Anthropology from the American University in Cairo, Egypt, my masters degree is from the University of Bath, England. Investigating representation itself and thinking about how best to create and communicate knowledge in the 21st century.
As a former science teacher herself, she focuses on the use of collaborative pedagogies and participatory methodologies as tools for transforming science teacher education and science education. Click here to see the table of contents and full list of contributors to this volume. On being us and them: A voice from the edge. Engaging the Whole Learner through Image Based Projects: An Example from Pakistan. Zagreb, Croatia September 17-21, 2013. Kress in We Saved the Best for You: Letters of Hope, Imagination and Wisdom for 21st Century Educators. Other Academic Publications Ali-Khan, C.
Investigating the circulation of power in formal educational space and the possibilities for creativity and joy. My research interests are grounded in my training in critical pedagogy and my own experiences in urban New York City classrooms. Awards Presidential Diversity and Inclusion Award. Cultural Studies of Science Education. She has several active lines of research that focus on the intertwined areas of science learning and learning to teach science, particularly at the primary levels. Paper presentation for the Urban Ethnography in Educational Research Forum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Informed by the past but oriented toward the future, this collection aims to inspire in present and future educators hope, wisdom and imagination for addressing the educational challenges shaped by bureaucratic, economic and cultural forces. Areas of Expertise Critical pedagogy, multiculturalism, autoethnography. Unpaving the road to hell: Disrupting Good Intentions and Bad Science about Islam and the Middle East. The authors brilliantly re-invent Freire by moving beyond a language of critique and embracing his conviction of viewing history as possibility and not determinism-a language of possibility which is invariably anchored in hope-a hope that shows that changing the world may be steeped in formidable obstacles but history has always shown that it is possible. Undermining language regimes through multi-authored texts: A case study. Through a compilation of essays written by leading and emerging scholars of critical pedagogy, this text brings history into the present and keeps Paulo's intellectual roots alive in all of us as we develop our praxis today.
It has been compiled with the goal of fulfilling our responsibility to share with the next generation of educators our vision of the future, just as our predecessors and role models shared theirs with us. Member, American Educational Research Association k-12 Teaching Certifications · New York State Teaching Certificate High School, Social Studies , 1992 · New York City Permanent Teaching Certificate High School, Social Studies , 1995 · New York City Provisional Teaching Certificate High School, Social Studies , 1990 — 1995. Founding Student Advisory Board, The Paulo and Nita Freire International Project for Critical Pedagogy. This book is a collection of letters to 21st century educators of all age levels and content areas. We are indebted to carry forward the legacy of these torchbearers to present and future educators. Award for leadership in human relations programming and dedication to positive action aimed at improving intergroup relations among the high school students of New York City.