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Turning teaching inside out : a pedagogy of transformation for community-based education

Author: Simone Weil Davis; Barbara Sherr Roswell
Publisher: New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, [2013] ©2013
Series: Community engagement in higher education.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program brings campus-enrolled and incarcerated students together as classmates in postsecondary courses built around dialogue, collaboration, and experiential learning. Contributors to this book consider the broader lessons that Inside-Out provides for community-based learning praxis, prison education and postsecondary teaching in general, both on campus and in community settings. An  Read more...
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Turning teaching inside out.
New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, [2013]
(DLC) 2013028874
(OCoLC)856053428
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Simone Weil Davis; Barbara Sherr Roswell
ISBN: 9781137331021 113733102X 1306287561 9781306287562
OCLC Number: 867767972
Awards: Winner of Society of Professors of Education Book Award 2014
Description: 1 online resource (321 pages).
Contents: Introduction-Radical reciprocity: civic engagement from inside out / Simone Weil Davis and Barbara Sherr Roswell --
Drawing forth, finding voice, making change: inside-out learning as transformative pedagogy / Lori Pompa --
Inside-out in Oregon: transformative education at the community level / Melissa Crabbe --
Death of a street-gang warrior / Paul Perry --
Inside-out: what the world needs now / M. Kay Harris --
Liberation from university education: a lesson in humility for a helper / Amelia Larson --
The American educational system: abuses and alternative / K.D.A. Daniel-Bey --
Opened arms, eyes, and minds / Charles Boyd --
Full circle: a journey from students to trainers / Mario Carines --
Teaching itself: a philosophical exploration of inside-out pedagogy / Gitte Wernaa Butin --
From safe space to brave space: strategies for the anti-oppression classroom / Shahad Atiya, Simone Weil Davis, Keisha Green, Erin Howley, Shoshana Pollack, Barbara Sherr Roswell, Ella Turenne, Tyrone Werts, and Lucas Wilson --
Being human / Erin Howley --
Breaking through "isms" / Ella Turenne --
Trusting the process: growing and liberating self-reflective capacities behind the prison walls / Kayla Follett and Jessie Rodger --
Turned inside-out: reading the Russian novel in prison after Levinas / Steven Shankman --
Look at me! / Tony Vick --
Access for whom? Inside-out's opening door / Tyrone Werts --
Inside-out: the reach and limits of a prison education program / Simone Weil Davis --
Transformative learning in prisons and universities: reflections on homologies of institutional power / Kristin Bumiller --
Access or justice? Inside-out and transformative education / Gillian Harkins --
Alchemy and inquiry: reflections on an inside-out research roundtable / Sarah Allred, Angela Bryant, Simone Weil Davis, Kurt Fowler, Phil Goodman, Jim Nolan, Lori Pompa, Barbara Sherr Roswell, and Dan Stageman --
Relational learning and the inside-out experience: a pathway to building capacities, transformative perspectives, and a deeper understanding of self, community, and others / Sarah L. Allred, Nathan Belche, and Todd Robinson --
Evaluating the impact of community-based learning: participatory action research as a model for inside-out / Angela Bryant and Yasser Payne --
Inside-out as law school pedagogy / Giovanna Shay --
Teaching the instructors / Matt Soares --
Beyond "replication": inside-out in Canada / Simone Weil Davis --
Preconceived notions / Nyki Kish --
Barriers comin' down: an inside-out rap / Damien Arnaout and Shawn Brown --
The essence of inside-out / Lori Pompa --
Appendixes: 1. Welcome to new inside-out students from the graterford think tank --
2. Sample student-created guidelines for discussion inside-out at Grand Valley Institution for Women, fall 2011 --
3. radio control: sample student-created arts-based workshop lyrics on lockdown program --
4. Inside-out in alternative community settings: Drexel University courses from across the curriculum --
5. Being human: internal workshop for the graterford think tank / Erin Howley and Kempis (Ghani) Songster --
6. Walls to bridges vision and mission: walls to bridges collective (W2BC) --
7. Confined minds think tank conference program: the inside-out theory group.
Series Title: Community engagement in higher education.
Responsibility: edited by Simone Weil Davis and Barbara Sherr Roswell.

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Using the successful Inside-Out program, in which incarcerated and non-incarcerated college students are taught in the same classroom, this book explores the practice of community-based learning,  Read more...

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