Tag Archives: Paulo Freire

reading for Nepal volunteers Jan 9 2013

So yesterday I skyped with a nurse who will be joining us in Nepal, and she asked what to read to prepare. I have previously recommended some of my own specific past blogs, of course, but she wanted more. “The … Continue reading

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The purpose of a Final Exam and other pedagogical mysteries

please take a look at my current blog, and consider subscribing The Party’s Over….. The Big Class finished the eighth of our weekly teaching sessions Wednesday, July 20. Sixty two nurses in attendance despite the heavy rain. The rain did … Continue reading

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Paulo Freire and my project

Just a quick note about the issues of colonialism, neo-colonialism, etc.  Nepal was never conquered in the colonialist sense, a fact of which the Nepalese are justly proud.But they still depend on foreign aid. If you have not read the … Continue reading

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