Pedagogy Essay Topics

A Review of Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed

Few educational thinkers have been more widely influential than Paulo Freire. His classic text, Pedagogy of the Oppressed, has been studied by numerous Left intellectuals, political activists, radical educationists and liberation theologians for almost four decades. Freire’s ideas and theories have been applied by academics, school teachers, adult literacy coordinators, church leaders, counselors, psychologists, social… View Article

Pedagogy versus Andragogy

When modern people use the words pedagogy and andragogy, I sense there is a meaning implied that is understood by our wider culture. In the case of pedagogy, the general definition implied the connection of the teaching by the teacher, to the learning of the student especially to the child. There is little doubt that… View Article

Paulo Freire

The chapter provides detailed overview of life and activities of Paulo Freire. The chapter is of historical and cultural significance, because it aims at expanding existing knowledge about one of the key figures in history. It goes without saying that Paulo Freire is considered one of the most respected and known persons in the history… View Article

Developmental History Case Study

Child’s Name: Rita G.Lapid Date of Interview: November 7 2007 Date of Birth: June, 20 2003 Age of child: 4 Address: 136 Bellemont St. Greenville, Manila Phone: n/a (private purposes) School: New Jerusalem School (NJS) Grade: Pre-school, Kinder-1 Teacher: Female, Mrs. Rosia Lewer Referral Information: Why are you seeking help for this child? She has… View Article

Life & Work of Dr. Maria Montessori

Birth & Family: Montessori was born in Ancona, Italy. Her father, Alessandro Montessori, 33 years old at the time, was an official of the Ministry of Finance. Her mother, Renilde Stoppani, 25 years old, was well educated for the times and was probably related to Italian geologist and paleontologist. While she did not have any… View Article

Introduction to Early Childhood Education – Assessment

Identify THREE quality indicators relevant to early childhood education and discuss why they are important for children, parents, and/or society. 300 words. The first quality indicator relevant to early childhood education would be ‘people’. Letting your child learn in an environment where the teachers and assistants are expert, well-trained and the majority of them hold… View Article

Montessori Philisophy

Introduction The child at birth appears almost nothing. He cannot walk, cannot talk and he can’t even eat on his own. The same child within two years learns so much. He can walk, run, talk continuously. Maria Montessori calls the child during this formative period, “a Spiritual Embryo”. The human being is provided with two… View Article

Pedagogical Practices

Abstract This paper provides an insight on the effective pedagogical practices that can be used in the children learning. Some of these practices include the incorporation of ICT in early childhood education and some of effective direct instructional strategies that can have an impact in the learning process of children. Five common learning outcomes for… View Article

Innovative Practices in Education

Introduction The word ‘innovation’ is derived from Latin word ‘innovare’, which means “to change something to new”. In other words, we may say that ‘innovation’ means changing the regular way of doing things and involves doing the regular things in a novel way. The role of a teacher in present context has remarkably changed because… View Article

The Good Teacher

The teacher is the person who sows not only the seeds of knowledge in his student , but also he has a influence upon their attitude toward the school, the people and the world that surround us. He has also a special influence in modeling his students, their features and their character . That is… View Article

Teacher Development

The term “teacher development” (TD) was first coined in the 1980s. Only in the past decade has TD emerged as an identifiable area of study and ever since then much has been written on the concept of TD? teacher knowledge? teachers new role and respnosibilities. There have been many studies on the concepts of TD… View Article

Pedagogy Case

A childcare setting is preparing for their annual self evaluation activity to ensure that it complies with the requirements of the Early Years Framework. You have been asked to prepare the following evidence for your manager: * an explanation of the legal status and principles of the relevant Early Years Framework and why the early… View Article

As a young child in school I can rememb

As a young child in school I can remember saying to myself, “If I were a teacher I would never do that to my students! ” At a very young age, as young as the first grade, my personal philosophy of Early Childhood Education was already in progress and surfacing. My personal philosophy is: to… View Article

The Positive Effects of a Flipped Classroom on Student Learning

Gehly 1 Outline I. Introduction A. AS THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY HAS GROWN AND MADE ITS WAY INTO CLASSROOMS, A NEW learning idea, called a flipped classroom, has developed. This model provides a collaborative, student-centered classroom with a more learning-based environment that is moving away from the use of a teacher-centered classroom. B. A flipped… View Article

Critical Pedagogy

The process of education is a complex one. Pedagogy, which refers largely to the style of the transmittal of education also involves a complex set of processes and procedures. There are times, however, that pedagogy is enforced and that almost all students are expected to catch up with the pedagogy. This approach can sometimes be… View Article