MOOCs as a Liberatory Project
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MOOCs as a Liberatory Project

Ive been reading Elizabeth Ellsworths article Why doesnt this feel empowering? Working through the repressive myths of critical pedagogy. This paper is about Ellsworths experiences teaching a course called Media and Anti-Racist Pedagogies in 1988 at UW-Madison. Ellsworth says, about the role of dialogue in critical education, Through dialogue, a classroom can be made into … Continue reading



Today I broke. I started the day exhausted. Im at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Diego, staying up way to late. As the conference goes on, I feel less like a mathematician and more like a sociologist. Im also participating in #moocmooc, the meta MOOC. I really only did it on a whim, a … Continue reading