This is a great book that came in very handy for my class.
We learn that Friere's first book, to set this one in context, taught that education is "that specifically human act of intervention in the world."
This book is fundamental reading for all college education majors as well as any individual interested in educational psychology.
Great book for class, I will keep it and not resell it!Published 3 months ago by Janet L. Rushbrook
Those interested in justice and truth must take the time to digest this book, Freire's last before his death in 1997. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John B. Simms
This book is amazing, really deep understanding of teaching and what it means to teach.Published 5 months ago by launicaliz
Paulo is a tough read, and Marxist as well, sometimes hard to stomach, Required reading for my master'sPublished 6 months ago by Kindle Customer
A beautiful exposition on the essence of humanity and teaching. The insight concerning our unfinishedness is dynamic and productive. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Daniel Foster
This is a great book that came in very handy for my class. In great shape as well, would absolutely buy again.Published 16 months ago by BMR
To those who are buying this for a class, this book is dense. I had to look up more than a few words in the dictionary. Also had to read a bit of it out loud to get it. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Angelica
This book was in excellent condition and arrived on time. I will use it consistently as I create training programs. I am a proud owner.Published on December 23, 2012 by C. Wilson