Where the Wild Things are: Learning from Tunnerminnerwait and Maulboyheener
AbstractPlaces are pedagogical; and they teach through a range of ways. In recent public pedagogy discourse Biesta (2014) puts forth three forms of public pedagogy. These three forms of publicness are; pedagogy for the public; pedagogy of the public; and pedagogy in the interests of publicness. What Biesta offers with these views of pedagogy in the public sphere, is an understand of the ways we teach and learn in public places, and how that pedagogy is performed. In particular a pedagogy in the interest of publicness sees grassroots community led pedagogy that acts in the interest of publicness. This provides a lens to examine how pedagogy and knowledge is held in public spaces. alter
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CooperJ. (2017). Where the Wild Things are: Learning from Tunnerminnerwait and Maulboyheener. Journal of Public Pedagogies, (2). https://doi.org/10.15209/jpp.1129
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