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by Clar Doyle

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Author:
Clar Doyle
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978-0897892735
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0897892739
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Praeger (February 22, 1993)
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Home Browse Books Book details, Raising Curtains on Education: Drama as a Site. Believing that transformation is possible and that it must come from within, Doyle illustrates the vital connection between drama and critical pedagogy. Raising Curtains on Education: Drama as a Site for Critical Pedagogy. Presuming that a practice informed by the theory of critical pedagogy is essential to achieve an emancipatory education, he shows how well drama and aesthetic education can encourage a pedagogy that is critical.

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Raising curtains on education: drama as a site for critical pedagogy. Doyle, Sister Mary Peter. A study of play selections in women’s colleges. Westport, CT: Bergin and GarveyGoogle Scholar. New York: Teacher’s College, Columbia University.

The Need for Critical Pedagogy. 1. Aesthetics and Drama Education. A Site for Critical Pedagogy. 21. Drama and Education. 43. Drama and Critical Pedagogy. 65. CLAR DOYLE is Associate Professor of Education at Memorial University of Newfoundland. He has published several articles on the subject of drama and critical pedagogy. Библиографические данные. Raising Curtains on Education: Drama as a Site for Critical Pedagogy Critical studies in education and culture series.

Teachers As Intellectuals is a book for all practitioners and all members of the greater community. Firmly in the intellectual tradition of Paulo Fiere, Giroux has no peer as a brilliant advocate for critical pedagogy. Giroux demands reader involvement, transformation, and empowerment. He helps us understand that the political relationship between schools and society is neither artificial nor neutral nor necessarily negative. His true gift is for distilling the complex issues at stake resisting the corporatization of education implemented by neoliberal elites.

Critical pedagogy is a philosophy of education and social movement that has developed and applied concepts from critical theory and related traditions to the field of education and the study of culture. Advocates of critical pedagogy reject the idea.

Critical pedagogy is a philosophy of education and social movement that has developed and applied concepts from critical theory and related traditions to the field of education and the study of culture

Raising Curtains on Education: Drama as a Site for Critical Pedagogy. The book explores such critical questions as: the nature of culture; the historical place of drama within education; and the debate between drama and theatre as it applies to schooling.

Believing that transformation is possible and that it must come from within, Clar Doyle illustrates the vital connection between drama and critical pedagogy. Presuming that a practice informed by the theory of critical pedagogy is essential to achieve an emancipatory education, Doyle shows how well drama and aesthetic education can encourage a pedagogy that is critical. He explores the real as well as the perceived values and understandings given to the aesthetic in school settings, how tastes and awareness are produced and how students' backgrounds inform the way in which art and drama are experienced. Furthermore, Doyle shows the ways in which the dominant cultural agencies rob both teachers and students of creativity through their reproductive policies.

The book explores such critical questions as: the nature of culture; the historical place of drama within education; and the debate between drama and theatre as it applies to schooling. With a critical perspective, he reviews the current status of drama education and suggests ways in which educators can redefine their mission and refine their practice. By examining the influence of the culture industry and the issues surrounding style choices, Doyle highlights the challenge that teachers must meet in order to use performance skills to tease out attitudes and understandings. He concludes by showing how drama can help students, not only to bring about change in their own lives, but to effect change in the world around them.