Our Journeys: Paths toward Social Education

Cameron White, Susan McCormack, Sabrina Marsh


For educators and students to have the chance to become more critically aware, we believe educators need opportunities to experience different realities about teaching and learning, and to critique their own views of education and their role within it. Thus social education emerges as a lifelong journey for us a€“ to question, to challenge, to do, and to create. It is our hope that our common shared experiences, designed around a basic belief in the rightness of social education to transform individuals and communities, may help inform views of learning and reflective knowledge construction, and open the way for emancipatory critical dialogue and action among multiple voices.


social education, critical pedagogy, social construction of knowledge

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