Educational Psychology: An Application of Critical Constructivism (Counterpoints #329) (Hardcover)
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Critical constructivist pedagogy considers social justice and the freedom of students to learn as the most important aspects of the teacher's work in the classroom. Educational Psychology: An Application of Critical Constructivism is a clarion call for pre-service teachers to identify their students' needs and apply critical constructivist pedagogy to facilitate their learning. Collectively, these essays emphasize the need for pre-service teachers to consider their role as fundamental to the development of their students' leadership, and awareness of social justice and equality in education as critical for a healthier and saner world.
About the Author
The Editor: Greg S. Goodman is Assistant Professor in the School of Education and Human Services at Clarion University of Pennsylvania. His career has included working as a school psychologist, school counselor, alternative education teacher, and outdoor education instructor. His most recent books include The Outdoor Classroom, Ubiquitous Assessment, Critical Multicultural Conversations, and Alternatives in Education.