ContentsIntroduction 1 Why in The World Does Critical Pedagogy Matter?The Lesson of Dayna: One Size Does Not Fit AllThree Perspectives on Pedagogy: The Artist's NotesCritical Pedagogy: What in the World Do I Think It Is? How I Came To These Understandings My Journey: First, Spanish; Next, Bilingual; Finally, Critical PedagogyThe Word UniverseHistory Helps: Three PerspectivesTransmission ModelGenerative ModelTransformative ModelTransmission to Transformative and ExampleK-W-LThe World Is Changing Faster and FasterM.Greene and MoreNew ResourcesBanks and Social ActionThe Benson Kids: Teaching is LearningLearn, Relearn, and Unlearn Your Way to Critical PedagogyThe Reflective Cycle, An Overview: More Learning, Relearning, and Unlearning The Reflective Cycle and You Notes 2 What in The World Is Critical Pedagogy? A Word About LanguageDawn Does Critical PedagogyLe Does Critical PedagogyWhat's In A Name?DefinitionsGenerative DefinitionsLanguage of Possibility, Language of CritiqueVygotsky: Reaching Back to Move Forward Word by Word Banking Model of Education Conscientization Carmen Has It Rainey Doesn't-Well, Didn't Codification Culture Cultural Capital Dialectic Dialogue Discourse Hegemony Hidden Curriculum Literacies Critical Literacy: Reading the Word and the World Orate and Literate Communities Pedagogy Praxis CARMA, Critical Action Research Matrix ApplicationProblem Posing To Groom To Name To Marginalize Schooling, or to School To Silence To Socialize Voice I Have Eaten More RiceReflective Cycle Notes 3 Where in The World Did Critical Pedagogy Come From? The Tree Continues to GrowWhy Socrates?Why Plato?Why Aristotle?Why Vygotsky?The Latin Voice Freire: The Foundation Freire's Voice: A Transcription of an Audiotape The European Voice Gramsci Marx The Frankfurt School of Critical Theory Tove Skutnabb-Kangas The Eastern Voice Reflections from the East Peace Education The North American Voice Dewey Ada McCaleb Giroux McLaren Cummins Krashen A Few (more) Good WomenA Few Good MenThe African American Voice: Group SolidarityThe Perspective from Down UnderThe Historical Evolution of Critical Pedagogy The Benson Kids Again Reflective Cycle Notes 4 How in The World Do You Do Critical Pedagogy? Thinking about Practice Carla: Reflecting on Her Practice Democratic Pedagogy Praxis: Linking Theory and PracticeTwo PerspectivesSo How Do You Do Critical Pedagogy? Problem Posing: Jonathan and Wyatt, Examples from the Community Problem Posing: Miss Johnson, an Example from Secondary Schools Principles of Problem Posing The Teacher's Role in Problem Posing Problem Posing: Stephanie, an Example from the Primary Grades Problem Posing: Codification Problem Posing: Reggie, an Example from Postsecondary Homerun ReadingThe Essence Is in the Experience Popcorn How to Do It The Experience Pair Share How to Do It The Experience Dialogue Journal How to Do It The Experience Bloom's Taxonomies How to Do It The Experience Teaching and Learning in the Desert Four Corners How to Do It The Experience The Messenger and the Scribe How to Do It The Experience Comprehending/Comprehension How to Do It The Experience Problem-Posing Activity: Literacy How to Do It The Experience To Name To Reflect Critically To Act The Mess Mayida and the Mess NCLB Calls Us to the Mess The Proof Is in the Pudding The Principal: Doing Critical Pedagogy Talking the Talk in the UniversityLibrary MappingReflective CycleNotes 5 Where in The World Do We Go From Here Who Are The Students?Burke's Generational Chart: Boomers, Gen X, and Gen YStudents of the Twenty-First Century Advocacy and ActionThe Virtual Present and FutureFrom Critical Literacy to MultiliteraciesThe Pedagogy of a Caring Heart and Critical Eyes A Caring Heart A Critical Eye Pedagogy of Courage and Patience Time, Time, Time From Buttercup to Power Teachers Taught Me, Too What Teachers Taught MeModels of Parental Involvement Family Involvement or Family EngagementGintell Does Critical PedagogyFamily Graph Putting the Home Back in Homework Reflection to Action School Families Now, Here Is the Point To Make a Difference Bob What I Can Do Your Final Reflection Note 180Bibliography Index
Joan Wink is a professor emerita at California State University, Stanislaus. She lives primarily on the family ranch in South Dakota, but still maintains an active academic life: teaching, consulting, and writing. Her other books include A Vision of Vygotsky (2002), co-authored with Le Putney of UNLV, and Teaching Passionately: What's Love Got To Do With It? (2004), co-authored with her daughter, Dawn Wink of Santa Fe Community College.