Pedagogy in (E)Motion

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April 2011



This personal, creative, critical work from a leading scholar of psychology is rooted in three novel concepts and aims to share critical pedagogy in the spirit of nascent potential found in the context of a colonial Puerto Rico. First comes the idea of 'pedagogy in (e)motion', or the emotional matrix of the teaching and learning process. Secondly, the author explores the notion of 'street pedagogy' as a genuine and powerful professional tool. And thirdly, the book underscores what Zambrana-Ortiz calls 'the interconnection of the artscience within the political and biographical act of teaching'.
The purpose is to inform education teaching practice with the radical framework that, like the neurosciences, believes emotions to be a vital precursor to the planning of action, the process of decision-making and the broadening of our cognitive parameters. The chapters focus on different and yet complementary dimensions of a college teaching initiative boasting a unique interplay between a transgressive narrative, reinvented methodology and authentic samples of students' contributions to the project.  Traditionally, emotional and visceral experiences have been downplayed and rejected as fundamental components of knowledge. This book makes the case for their reinstatement, and proposes that the pleasure and commitment of teaching itself can be seen as resistance given the challenging social and political context, the bureaucracy of the Puerto Rican higher education system, and the cynicism of the self-confessed cognoscenti who think that little political progress can come from within the university system. Such resistance has proved for the author a source of inspiration and has contributed to her creation and reconceptualization of approaches to critical and useful pedagogy.
D edication
To my students who inspire many stories and provoke many emotions and challenge my capacities...
To  Aura, Ignacio and Jaime for their unconditional love and their everyday  lessons...
A cknowledgments
Many friends, mentors and colleages from the University of Puerto Rico and United States were very important pieces to my creative work.  Thanks to Donaldo Macedo who encouraged the initial proposal and to Joe Kincheloe for accepting it and bringing guidance in the right moment. Colleages like Roamé Torres and Angeles Molina, from their directive positions, were extremely supportive while Sandra Macksoud, José Solís, Pedro Subirats, and Ada Prabhavat gave me guidance and constant insights in editing and translation, as well as crucial material for my narrative.  Juan Vadi enhanced my graphic elements with his talent; while college mentors, current colleages, teachers, and former graduate and undergraduate students allowed me to write their stories and reflections binging fresh accents and life to the book. Thanks for ever!


Chapter I, Pedagogy in (e)motion Bridges across cognition, cultural mediation, and sociopolitical action.-
Chapter II, Street Pedagogy and the Power of Street Stories: Complicity and Convergence Among Freire and Vygotsky's Ideas.-
Chapter III, Pedagogy as critical artscience: a proposal, a breakthrough.-
Chapter IV, Sewing an authentic text or mundillo within college contexts.-
Chapter V, Ideas in motion within a classroom in e-motion.-
Chapter VI, Ideas in motion: students as reserachers, storytellers, artists and tourists.-
Chapter VII, Issues of Trust and Doubt: Constant Movement.-
Chapter VIII, Resilience, Resistance and Reinvention.-
Chapter IX, Pedagogy of solidarity: where pain meets hope.-
Chapter X, E-motioned teachers who dare to teach!



From the reviews:

'Each chapter is made up of something like twenty sub-sections ' . The chapters are fascinating and politically compelling throughout ' . Politically, this should be essential reading for all institutionalised, instrumental. `jobbing' teachers in Gove's Britain, me included. ' It succeeds at the broad level of mapping out a political model that is positively and abundantly `other' to so much of what we do in our daily work.' (Julian McDougall, Networks, Issue 16, January, 2012)

EAN: 9789400706651
Untertitel: Rethinking Spaces and Relations. 2011. Auflage. Bibliographie. eBook. Sprache: Englisch. Dateigröße in MByte: 4.
Verlag: Springer Netherlands
Erscheinungsdatum: April 2011
Seitenanzahl: x314
Format: pdf eBook
Kopierschutz: Adobe DRM
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