February 28, 2008


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“If we want to be co-learners and co-teachers with students, if we want to mess their lived experiences with our disciplinary expertise, if we want to construct a classroom environment that legitimizes their voices, and if we want to create avenues for them to explore the possibilities of being agents of change, then we need to do a lot of creative, critical and challenging work to ensure that these goals are achieved.”

–Catherin Fobes and Peter Kaufman, “Critical Pedagogy in the Sociology Classroom: Challenges and Concerns.” Teaching Sociology, 2008, 36 (January), 26-33.

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