critical pedagogy and student/staff development

From The expression of the emotions in man and animals / by Charles Darwin (1872)

28th chat, April 7 2015: critical pedagogy and student/staff development

Moderated by @jmymcginniss

Storify needed

Recommended reading: “Transformative Library Pedagogy and Community-Based Libraries: A Freirean Perspective,” by Martina Riedler and Mustafa Yunus Eryaman,

Discussion questions:

  • Q1. Why are students employed at/by your library? #critlib
  • Q2.  How are your interactions with student staff characterized? Is there room for the dialogic process? #critlib
  • Q3. How does library employment help student staff to engage with their views of knowledge, power and authority? #critlib
  • Q4. How does library employment contribute to the “education of the complete person”? #critlib
  • Q5. If you could make one change to move toward employing #critlib in your student staff development approach, what would it be?