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Teaching/Learning Radical Listening: Joe’s Legacy Among Three Generations of Practitioners

  • Melissa Winchell
  • Tricia M. Kress
  • Ken Tobin
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Part of the Critical Studies of Education book series (CSOE)

Abstract

In this chapter, three generations of critical educators who have learned from Joe’s legacy put side-by-side their experiences with coming to, teaching with, and learning from radical listening. In doing so, the authors explore radical listening via their work in graduate, undergraduate, and high school contexts, offering a definition of radical listening as praxis that aims to inspire other practitioners to listen for, and within, difference. The chapter illuminates the ways in which radical listening is a needed resistance to the loquacious contexts in which we teach and research, even—and especially—in critical contexts, in which particular perspectives can be ignored or marginalized. In listening to one another’s radical listening attempts, practices, and failures, the authors highlight how the praxis positions them again and again as learners-teachers. Keywords: radical listening, critical constructivism, praxis

Keywords

Critical Pedagogue Private High Education Radical Listening Teacher Education Student Social Efficiency 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Humanities and Fine ArtsMassasoit Community CollegeBrocktonUSA
  2. 2.College of Education and Human DevelopmentUniversity of Massachusetts BostonBostonUSA
  3. 3.The Graduate CenterCity University of New YorkNew YorkUSA

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