Social Education and Transformative Teacher Education
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“The principle of continuity of experience means that every experience both takes up something from those which have gone before and modifies in some way the quality of those that come after” John Dewey, 1938.
KeywordsTeacher Education Critical Consciousness Critical Pedagogy Transformative Education Ongoing Conversation
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