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Title: Moving Towards Critical Pedagogy for Transformative Action: Learnings From Research Partnerships
Authors: Raman, Preeti
Honwad, Sameer
Gopal, Shakuntala Devi
Kedari, Akshay
Tirthali, Devayani
Carvalho, Renato
Slotta, Jim
Vinay, Khyathi
Kirshner, Ben
Tivaringe, Tafadzwa
Pradhan, Ishita
Jurow, Susan
Blikstein, Paulo
Coelho, Raquel
Valente, José
de Moura, Eliton Meireles
Hoadley, Christopher
Silva, Romaro A.
Corrêa, Joana
Keywords: Learning Sciences
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: International Society of the Learning Sciences
Citation: Raman, P., Honwad, S., Gopal, S. D., Kedari, A., Tirthali, D., Carvalho, R., Slotta, J., Vinay, K., Kirshner, B., Tivaringe, T., Pradhan, I., Jurow, S., Blikstein, P., Coelho, R., Valente, J., de Moura, E. M., Hoadley, C., Silva, R. A., & Corrêa, J. (2023). Moving towards critical pedagogy for transformative action: Learnings from research partnerships. In Blikstein, P., Van Aalst, J., Kizito, R., & Brennan, K. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of the Learning Sciences - ICLS 2023 (pp. 1722-1731). International Society of the Learning Sciences.
Abstract: This structured poster session brings together seven presentations from middle and low-income countries around the world. While research in the field of learning sciences provides some guidance as to how to design learning environments for transformative action, most of this research is conducted in economically wealthy parts of the world (United States, Europe, Australia). This session focuses on different approaches to critical pedagogy that lead to transformative action in unique cultural contexts across low and middle-income countries in the world. It also highlights the need for equitable partnership building between researchers, practitioners and community members that are engaged in transformative action.
Description: Symposium
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