Book Review: Critical pedagogy: Notes from the real world

Kyle LaPaglia

Abstract


Critical Pedagogy: Notes from the Real World by Joan Wink (2011) provided an in-depth look into the world of critical pedagogy through careful analysis. The book read like a journal entry by the author expressing a personal perspective on critical pedagogy. In the introduction, Wink discussed her past, pitfalls and family life, and how it related to her researching and reflecting on critical pedagogy. She questioned the reader to keep an open mind and search for answers as she searched for the elusive answers as well.

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