Critical Pedagogy – My number one from #uLearn17

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This post would normally be a overview reflection on the three day conference I have just attended, this time being uLearn in Hamilton, New Zealand, but the final keynote by Dr. Ann Milne made nearly everything at the conference seem rather trivial. I love moments like this, when someone or something sparks a new passion in my heart and brain. Ann Milne, backed-up by Karen Spencer’s post, inspired in me a new drive for developing a school culture based around critical pedagogy. I saw a few very good presentations and workshops this week but it was this last keynote that came across with more power, conviction, and meaning than all the activity of the three days combined.

A Game-changer

Image by Michelle: pixabay.com/en/users/michelle250-2651624/

I saw Ann Milne, the principle of Kia Aroha College in South Auckland,  speak two years ago on the same topic and knew she was…

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